Imagine you are on a summer vacation with your family, maybe on the east coast of Nova Scotia. You visit Halifax, (click here to follow this trail on a map) walking the hills, touring the Commons. Following the coastline,...
When Brett Devloo lost his vision at age 16, everyone told him he could kiss skateboarding goodbye. Brett’s father was so worried that he even threatened to snap his board; but that wasn’t enough to stop Brett from doing...
Dickies and Blue Tile Lounge teamed up on July 27th to host the first of a series of Framework DIY workshops across the country. The first event saw 40 participants come out to get their hands dirty...
If there were an ancestry website for skateboard tricks, Rodney Mullen would be at the top of its genealogical tree. From ground-breaking freestyle tricks, an unprecedented competitive reign in the seventies and eighties, to a complete reinvention as one...
Skateboarding is all about making use of the surrounding environment. The suburbs don't have the cool looking skyscrapers that has made big city skating so popular, but they do have a lot other good things that are often overlooked....
While Tanner heals up from an ankle injury, he sat down with us for a rapid fire round to talk about his favourite underrated product sponsor. So tell us a little bit about yourself.  I’m from Long Beach, California, I was...

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