Article Archive for May 2012
“It’s a total midlife crisis,” said the group’s leader, Tom Barnhart, 47, of Cresskill, N.J., who started skateboarding two years ago for the first time since the Carter administration. His life, he said, had been in a rut. “My kids grew old, so I got a dog. My dog grew old, so I got a skateboard.”
AN OUTDOOR sports fan from Poole is embarking on an epic journey to raise cash to buy a headstone for his dad’s grave. Skateboarder Ben Schofield, 21, will longboard 140 miles from Le Havre in northern France to Paris in an attempt to raise £1,200 in memory of dad Alan Brooks Schofield,
Overwaitea Hill and seeing a longboarder heading at you is a little disconcerting, is the boarder breaking the law? Police did a little sleuthing through provincial statutes and found something they think fits the bill. Newel says they found a statute regarding “Unauthorized use of a Highway”.
Electric scooters and Segways are both legitimate forms of transportation, but they’re just so dorky looking.
VIGIL for longboarder Ralph Bissonnette Tomorrow at 3:00pm at St. James Park. A taxi driver has been charged with second-degree murder after a skateboarder was fatally hit by his vehicle in downtown Toronto Monday …
Break the piggie bank, sell the mule, hoe the pasture—whatever it is that you gotta do to get to Portland, Oregon for the 2012 Tabor Downhill Challenge—make it happen! Here are all the juicy details, and straight from Mr. Billy Bones himself: