A new part from Matt Pennington??????? Count me in; this guy sees skateboarding a little differently and tears it a new ass! Always refreshing mr. Pennington, always so very refreshing……. Enjoy and be prepared to need to skate after seeing this.
As Im sure you have heard, The History of Tracker Trucks Book will be available this Summer! We were stoked to work with life long Tracker rider G.S.D on the project, he absolutely killed it! I did a little digging and found this little article by Vice from a few years back Detailing the release [...]
Pretty ingenious idea right here folks! Tracker is proud to be the Truck Manufacturer for one of the coolest things i have seen in a while! No set release date as of yet but I think they are getting close! Only available in europe to start but….If there is a will there is a way! [...]
TWS Legend Award: Jay Adams February 20, 2015By TWS This year’s Legend Award goes to Jay Adams—easily one of the most influential, if not the most influential skateboarder ever—who passed away this past August at the age of 53 while on a surf trip to Mexico. In the simplest sense, Jay Adams took what had [...]
Saw this sweet pic of Brad shot by none other than Deadflowers and figured I would post it along with a Tracker edit from the not too distant past. Heres to a great remainder to the week! Hope this helps you over the hump.
The First Annual El Gato Classic went down this weekend in Palm Springs,CA. Reuniting the Legends & Pioneers of Skateboarding. Hosted By: Eddie & Dawn Elguera
Mr. Simon Woodstock had a tooth pulled and has a stupid dentist bill too pay so he is auctioning off his one of a kind, Lonnie Toft inspired board on Ebay. below is a link and a picture of said board. Want to own a killer piece of history? Now you can. http://www.ebay.com/itm/One-of-A-Kind-16-Wheeled-Skateboard-Custom-Toft-Sims-Inspired-/111579640932
By the early 80s, Skateboarding, an activity known to attract the odd balls and outcasts of society had left me still feeling a bit out of place. The few skateboarders at the time were either leftover classic rockers or “Skate Rock” punks. My tastes leaned more toward post punk as I discovered Joy Division and [...]
KIller new graphic from our friends over at Anchor Hardware. Grab a t shirt and go acid drop off your local ramp. If your a fan of the American nomad then you need one of these bad boys!
The Arnette Skateboarding team travels to Spain to spend a few days exploring the streets of Madrid. Featuring Pat Duffy, Scott Decenzo, Javier Sarmiento, Sierra Fellers, Cristian Sanchez, Willy Santos, Alain Goikoetxea, Danny Leon, and Fries Tallieu.