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  • A Simple Tale on Self Actualization and Personal Autonomy

    By Ari Chamasmany 03-07-24 I drew a lot of my influence from longboard surfing, which I was into long before I started skateboarding. When there w...
  • Would You Push Across America? 🛹🌎

    The Push: A Skateboarding Relay Across the United States

    Today, the team of Paul Kent, Miles Kipper, Andy Andras, and Rick Stubblefield will attempt to set the fastest known time for a skateboarding relay across America. The push began on the morning of June 20th in Williamsburg, Virginia and will finish in Newport, Oregon. Read on for history on previous cross country trips and details about this trip.  More posts to come.

  • Short Treks on Skate Decks | Paul Kent in the Good, Ugly, and Badlands

    Why the Badlands? One day in early spring 2021, my podcast co-host Josh and I were out taking photos and testing a new type of ultralight backpack....
  • Outlaw at the Snake

    Writing & Photography by Ari "Shark" Chamasmany

    It has always been a pillar of the LA skate-scape. A fabled roadway that has not only served as a benchmark for the Southern California downhill skateboarding scene, but also as a testing platform for some of the most iconic skate products to ever to grace the discipline. A hallowed stretch of asphalt that riders have journeyed the world over to skate. Something of a high bar, a slithering ribbon of road that demands respect, skill, and courage. The Snake, Lookout, Mulholland, whatever you choose to refer to it as, has come to represent a certain mark of downhill skateboarding prowess.

    Pre-race prep.