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Tag Archives: Amanda Powell
“Here’s your early look at this year’s Catalina Island Classic race course and format. This Cinco De Mayo weekend long island skate invasion makes it our 2nd annual ‘Classic’ and we’ve added an additional day to the event to give the racers a chance to learn the road a bit better and give the spectators and fans a chance to see their favorite skaters hit the road at the highest possible speeds. Visit for further information on this special event!”
The Paris Crew embarked on yet another adventure. This time we set our sights on the mountains of Colorado, with a side of Ditches in Albuquerque on the way. Call it a team building exersise, call it an excuse to get on the road for a week with friends. Whatever you may call it, we had a great time filming and documenting the adventure, enjoy this video as much as we did filming it!
SkateHouseMedia presents Part 2 of the 2012 Compilation. Special thanks to the SHM Scene Supporters and the skate community for making this project possible.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 30th, 2013. The Festival Of Skate is coming.
With an open freeride section, a street course and a slide jam zone for all skaters to experience!
The Paris team storms San Francisco for the Push Race, leaving with a first place showing.
Rip City Skate proprietor and Venom team homie JP Rowan kicks up some dust slashing frontside in Santa Barbara.
Scientist, San Francisco skate stylist, Comet skateboards & Caliber Trucks rider Big Dave Tannaci surfs left in SB. Normally a city creature, he’s still getting used to going fast on mountain roads. A few more after the jump. (more…)
Summer was at it’s hottest point melting many of the skaters to the couch but not Paris Trucks. With the grill sizzling and the cerveza flowing, Paris got the momentum rolling and cooked up a BBQ for the crew with some rides up and down the hills ending at the beach. Not a bad way to end off summer.
We proudly present to you the first episode of Longboard Girls Crew: West Coastin’, a documentation of five skater girls’ journey up the west coast to the first all-girls Maryhill She-Ride. Ishtar Backlund, Pam Diaz, Daisy Johannes, Marisa Nunez, and Amanda Powell sat in Amanda and Adam Colton’s apartment in Santa Monica and planned out a trip north, beginning in Los Angeles and ending at Maryhill, stopping at plenty of skate spots along the route. This first episode shows our relaxed days skating some of the hills in Southern California, hitting spots in Malibu and Santa Barbara that Amanda and Daisy knew locally. We were just diving into our two week trip – roughing it in tents and having no schedule but to skate, film, dance, and have a fun time. We did just that. Enjoy!
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Pam Diaz persuaded housemate Matt K to visit the Dominican Republic for the Jacagua Extreme Downhill race. She also got Amanda Powell, Jose Guzman, Byron Essert, Molly Lewis, Scott Lembach, Evren Ozan, & Liam Morgan to come on the quick trip to the DR. Pam Diaz packed up all the visitors into a van and showed us the steepest action the Dominican had to offer.
“The Moto Radventure is Wheelbase Magazine’s first annual celebration of, and an exploration into, the undeniable connectivity between skateboarding and motorcycles. With the recent explosion of downhill skateboarding, it is now more apparent than ever just how connected skateboards and motorcycles really are.
A huge thanks goes out to Scott & AJ of Muir Skate for manning the support vehicle and to Louis, Jeff, and Mercado of Sector 9 and Gullwing Trucks for thier help scouting the shred-locations. Thanks homies!” – Wheelbase
The Moto Radventure started up at Skate House with a session on the Caliber Mini-Ramp and worked south from there.