O’MAHONEY MONDAYS: SURFSKATE

SURFSKATE In the mid 1970's, skateboarding finally got a foothold and didn't let go. The urethane wheel, sealed bearings, and the kicktail were the answer and skateboards haven't changed since. In 1975, I published "Skateboard Magazine" and promoted Read More
Photo - A. Maldonado

O’MAHONEY MONDAYS: GORILLA GRIP

Before the kicktail, the only way to launch was to grab the board with your toes and take it with you. Thus "gorilla grip" was the name for air travel. In this picture circa 1975, Steve Shipp, one of the premiere flyers of the time hops my melon while Read More
O'Mahoney Mondays

O’MAHONEY MONDAYS: T.A.Z.

1975 saw the first and best skate art from Jim Evans (aka T.A.Z). Evans' early work in the 1960's included comic strips for the L.A. Free Press. He also drew Slow Death Funnies and Tales From The Tube collaborating with Rick Griffin. This beauty is the Read More
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