You unlock this Weekly Wrap-Up for Feb 26 – March 11, 2016 with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension—a dimension of shredding, a dimension of shralping, a dimension of radnasty. You’re moving into a land of both ‘thane-lines and griptape, of wheels and of decks. You’ve just crossed-stepped over into the Wheelbase Mag Zone!!!!!!!!
Alien, weed and pizza jokes aside, please enjoy our new double-up, two week filled skate-news collection:
Starting things off we have Pete Eubank doing it downhill in the dark for Madrid Skateboards.
Next up we just peeped that Temperance Beer Co. from Illonios has released a new “Restless Years” rye pale ale featuring a girl boardwalk surfing on a strangely shaped longboard. Wait, its that an Original Skateboards deck?
Jenkem Mag just dropped this gem of a unique & creative street video. But let’s have them tell ya ’bout dat: “Jim, who’s filmed for the Heroin Skateboards videos, gives us a great full-length to start off our spring with. Kind of like a European Fancy Lad with more heavy skating and cool animated segways, Seven is a real treat. It’s soundtrack is even as eclectic as it’s skaters’ tricks – Moondog, John Maus, Yamasuke Singers to go along with inconceivable wallrides and tag team combos on seemingly unskateable spots. Enjoy the fun while it lasts, and then go out and make some of your own.”
Video of the Week : Kristian Svitak: Cassette Head Promo
By Street Plant
Video of the Week : Trip Log 1
By Long Island Boards
“Return of the Disco” is the slogan of this year’s Downhill Disco event by Muir Skate and it will be held in San Diego, California on April 16 & 17, 2016. See ya there!
Instagram Pic of the Week 1 & 2:
@levipurple “I love where skateboarding has taken me over the years.”
NYC loc-dog, Joey Nickell, is in the Bay Area with the Caliber Truck Co. crew and going hard.
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