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Category Archives: Gullwing Trucks
“Tibs Parise and Jon Steele lurked around San Diego together for a few weeks and resurfaced with some great clips. Steele behind the lens while Tibs sacrifices his body in every realm of skateboarding.”
“The cult classic Gullwing Pro III’s are back! Elijah Anderson, RJ Baltazar, Andrew Mercado, Todd Hallien, and Adam Effertz all break-in a fresh pair Pro III’s on a sunny day in Ocean Beach.”
Shaun Ross flew to Japan with the Bassturd Crew and nailed the shot for his recent Gullwing ad featured in Thrasher. Shaun is a destroyer. You can be always sure to see him in his off time ripping the Bread Bowl.
Join the Gullwing downhill team as they rage through the Utah and Colorado Rocky Mountains in search of hills, parks, pools and everything else that may come across there path. Seek and Destroy!
SHM wishes a quick recovery to RJ Baltazar, who recently broke his ankle shredding his local bowl. Heal fast and strong!
Known menace on the downhill circuit & all around best guy ever, Jeff Radomsky has collaborated with Skull Skates to offer a limited release guest deck. Made in Canada. Jeff supports Madrid Skateboards, Gullwing Trucks, & Venom.
The mighty Cliff Coleman, ripped first-try on this crazy steep, rough hill.
I took a bunch of photos of San Diego local and Arbor/Gullwing/Muir rider Jimmy Riha earlier this year for a SkateSlate article on San Diego (check it here). They didn’t all make it into the magazine, so here they are for your viewing pleasure.
Jimmy lives skating-distance from Blacks Beach. The access road is a super fun skate spot with high-quality people watching. Between the surfers, college students, gay nudists, and elderly exercisers, you’re sure to have some interesting conversations on the walk back up.
Leathered up for inland speed runs with Muir Skate boss Scott Lembach.
Bonus Maryhill Festival of Speed photo because you only live once.