The start of our series on learning to longboard
The first article is the basics = Push. Carve. Stop. It is a good starting place and we hope it encourages more people to take up longboarding. We will be adding more sections, including advanced skating, so watch this space.
Did you get a manual or instructions with your new longboard? No, either did we, so we decide to make one.
It is a work in progress but we have started, here it is
We have had a buyers guide for a long time, but it's time to cater for a wider audience.
First article is Buying your first longboard
Lachie Rae 1st, Alistair Sanders 2nd, Mitch Thompson 3rd and Rob McWhinnie 4th Photos by Aldo Dezani. Words by Jacko For the past couple years, Sydney shredder Rob McWhinnie has been putting on a rad little outlaw event tucked away down by tRead More…
Jacko and I were kicking back talking sh!t (as we do) and Danger Bay came up, as it starts this weekend. It is always May Day weekend Pender Harbour, part of the towns celebrations and parade. I was asking questions, Jacko was telling me stories, andRead More…
Another year, another Catalina Island Classic and this time another Champion! 2015 marks the 3rd Catalina Island Classic put on by Riviera Skateboards and is by far one of the funnest events of the calendar year! This track is narrow, has sharp Read More…
Every skater should clean their bearings, makes them last longer and skate faster! Bones cleaning kit for $16.99 is the solution. Don't forget the lube. After you clean bearings, oil needs to be reapplied. Speed Cream is the choice of champions.