I recently had the chance to talk with Bonzing founder Austin Graziano about the company, their boards and what makes them so unique. They’re out to make a positive impact on both the Earth and skate scene with an approach that is all their own. Timeless skateboards using skater supplied artwork and sustainable, FSC certified wood.
The wait is finally over! Aera’s RF-1s have now been available to the masses for a few months. Aera took strides to hit the middle ground forged market – Do they hold up? How do they fare against the competition?
This year we saw the first addition to the Blood Orange lineup in a long time with the Jammerz. We talked to Liam Morgan to find out more about what the boys at Blood Orange and Prism are up to.
Liam Morgan is a founder and rider for Blood Orange. His style and skill are a staple in the longboarding scene. Since his introduction to longboarding, he’s helped to pioneer the freeride scene into what we know today.
His resume includes work with several well known companies like Comet, Arbor and Abec11 as well as international skating expeditions, topping podiums and competitions. Liam gets to the bottom with style.
His experience and natural ability are reflected in his work at Blood Orange and translated into products like the venerable Blood Orange Morgans – Liam’s Pro Series.
Most people know Seismic Speed Vents as the number one long distance pushing and pumping wheel, but did you know that they are also efficient downhill and freeride wheels?
The 73mm Seismic Speed Vent was first seen around July of 2008. Over the years it’s been available in an assortment of sizes and urethane formulae. The 73mm size, BlackOps urethane and Energy Conversion core make a great allrounder.
Seismic and Harfang have come together in a new collaboration to create a series of race wheels specially-grooved for better traction and speed on wet road surfaces. Seismic technology combined with Harfang’s tread preparation make wet-weather rippers that are now available direct from Seismic or Harfang.