Skate Photo Feature: Coda Bonnell

Skate Photo Feature: Coda Bonnell
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Coda Bonnell’s name is essentially synonymous with his go-to trick: the heelflip. It’s no surprise when he’s rolling away from his ol’ faithful. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Cobe Harmer

Skate Photo Feature: Cobe Harmer
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This DIY spot was just a fun place to skate all around! This photo of Cobe Harmer is from my last time going out before this spot got torn out. … read more

Skate Photo Feature

Skate Photo Feature
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John Quezada rips so hard, from his ability to find lines that few could, to his finesse in making simple tricks into works of art. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Kaio Hardman

Skate Photo Feature: Kaio Hardman
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Kaio Hardman – Frontside Boardslide – Millcreek, Utah
Photo by CJ Anderson … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Tyson Bowerbank

Skate Photo Feature: Tyson Bowerbank
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Night-skating Downtown is one of my favorite things to take photos of! There are so many fun ways to create amazing images using flashes and long exposures. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Colin Sheffield

Skate Photo Feature: Colin Sheffield
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Unexpected tricks by unexpected people are the best. I had just met Colin about 45 minutes before shooting this photo. I went out to shoot with someone else, and Colin was skating with him. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Sam Hubble

Skate Photo Feature: Sam Hubble
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It’s rare that someone’s go-to trick is one that would be a stretch for most skaters—even on a basic obstacle, let alone one they would bring to a high, round bar. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Coda Bonell

Skate Photo Feature: Coda Bonell
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I don’t know how he does it, but Coda Bonell is always proving that he can heel flip everything and anything. This spot was a battle for a lot of shredders this day, and he was able to pull this heel flip indy grab off relatively quickly—and made it look like it takes him no effort whatsoever. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Harley Dunton

Skate Photo Feature: Harley Dunton
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The coolest part about the whole thing is the skatepark inside being shredded by some local rippers—flying out of the quarter pipe at the end of the warehouse, occasionally hitting the lights hanging from the ceiling. … read more

Skate Photo Feature: Kaleb Hadlock

Skate Photo Feature: Kaleb Hadlock
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Kaleb Hadlock took full advantage of this cold November morning before the snow hit the valley, and the snowboarders descended on these rails. … read more