Archive for November, 2010

Der Bratwurst Tour Ever

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

The Girl/Chocolate video through Germany is now available for your viewing pleasure. Watch as Kenny Anderson, Sean Malto, Vincent Alvarez, Eric Koston, Chico Brenes, Cory Kennedy and special guest Lem Villemen spread their skateboard madness all over Deutschland.

one more mile

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Max Schaaf, Gordon Eckler, Royce Nelson and Wez Lundry. Oakland, California. Lee Bender “taped these guys”, he is a “fan of good skateboarding”

Enjoy the ride.

East Coast original

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Stereo is proud to announce the addition of East Coast original Jack Sabback to the Pro roster. Look for Jack in upcoming Stereo/HiFi projects in the near future. Check out the welcome video for Jack here.

Randy Ploesser

Monday, November 15th, 2010

The High 5 just put out a video part by the Midwest’s own Randy Ploesser. Also check out their site for new graphics and other randomness.

the beautiful race for beer

Friday, November 12th, 2010

It looks like it’s going to be a busy weekend in Chicago. If you are around make sure to stop by and support these two events. First up is Shred night at the beerics. Yes, you read that right, the beerics. Then on Sunday is a come one, come all type of skateboard race. It starts at Uprise and ends at the beauty bar. The winner of the race gets a year supply of Vans. Check the flyers for details.

Kil Kill Kill

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Wellborn wants all of you to know that they have released some new product for the upcoming winter. You can check it all out here and make a purchase or two.

I just do what feels right

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

We just posted an interview with Chicago skateboarder, Andy Sisomboune. Check out the interview, photos and video here.

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

JC: Where are you from originally and how long have you been skateboarding?
AS: I am originally from Elgin, IL. Which is just a suburb northwest of Chicago.
JC: What’s your first memory of skateboarding?

AS: My older sister Emily used to be a tom boy and she got her first skateboard when she was in the 7th grade. As soon as she got home with it we were trying to learn how to skate in my driveway. Somehow I was lucky enough to figure out how to Ollie with out really knowing what I was doing. Just trying to pop the tail and leaning forward. And it’s been history ever since.

JC: How would you describe skateboarding to someone who has never seen it before?

AS: I never try to describe skateboarding. It’s impossible to know the feeling unless you actually skate (just to skate, not for bullshit reasons like fame and money).

JC: Do you love skateboarding and what does it mean to you?

AS: I do…but I don’t, because loving skateboarding sounds corny. Skateboarding to me is always having the same feeling I did when I was a tyke learning to rock fakie the quarterpipe my friends and I built with scrap wood we found. As I’m getting older, skateboarding is what makes me feel like a kid again.

JC: Who or what inspires your skating and your day to day living?

AS: I just do what feels right. What inspires me is starting my day by waking up, brewing up a cup of Philz’s, having a cigarette on my stoop on a sunny, beautiful day. Then letting whatever happens, happen.

JC: Is there anything outside of skateboarding that you do? Any other hobbies?

AS: I want to say girls but it would be a lie because there’s not much “doing” when it comes to them.

JC: Is there anything that actually scares you in life?

AS: Getting roofied and waking up as part of a human centipede. Other than that, just not being able to skate is a horrid thought.

JC: Where do you hope that riding a skateboard will take you?

AS: The corner store, the shop, the bar, another state, another country, another continent…pretty much I want riding a skateboard to take me all over the world.

JC: Top 3 skateboarders and why?

AS: Busenitz because he is the definition of a real skateboarder. Stephen Perdue because he’s the golden child and the best homie. And Paul Zdon because he’s the master of all trades and can 5-0 any round bar.

JC: Any words of wisdom or words of advice that you would like to share?

AS: “You know I would love to tap dat ass. I would tear dat ass uuupppp. But I can’t let you in because you old as fuck…for this club. Not, ya know…for the Earth.”

JC: Any thank you’s?

AS: All the homies, the Good Ol’s, DBN, Moontower, The Downtown Struts for giving me shelter from SF back to Chicago. Uriah and everyone else at Uprise. Steve Davenport at YEAH because he runs it in the burbs everyday by himself and still kills it. Chad at Alien Workshop and anyone else who has ever helped me out.


Street Canoe would like to send out and extra thanks to Andy, Kevin Penzach, Eric Palozzola and Pat Shore.
Skate Fast, Die Old.

Welcome to Dayton

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Mr. Ackels just sent over Absorb number eighteen. Check it out here.

Monday, November 1st, 2010