#SafeSpaces – Because Every Kid Deserves It

Skateistan Safe Spaces Because Every Kid Deserves It

Over the month of December, Skateistan are hoping to raise $60 000 to help keep Skateistan rolling into next year. This is your chance to make a huge difference in the life of a child.

Why? It matters for kids to have safe places to play, especially those living in difficult circumstances or in a conflict situation. In places like Afghanistan, Cambodia, and South Africa, the streets aren’t a safe place for children. We know the value of a warm meal and school supplies, but Skateistan’s programs provide all that and more. Children deserve more – they deserve a childhood. They deserve an escape from the realities and stresses of growing up in an extremely difficult setting.

Keep Skateistan Rolling!

Skateistan South Africa Footage: Wim Steytler (picturetree.co.za). All other footage courtesy of Skateistan.

skateistan.org/ksr

Verb Electro Rollers

Verb Electro Roller

Verb ELECTRO Roller Skateboards are All Thriller, No Filler! Whether you’re cruising for a boozing, skating to school, weaving through town, or meeting up with your homies, your Verb Electro Roller skateboard lights up as you roll, day and night. The most boardacious way of getting around.

Verb Electro Rollers come standard with PREMIUM Polycarbonate plastic decks and Verb ELECTRO LED Wheels that are motion powered, multi-coloured and light up when you ride, 24/7.

Quality Abec 5 bearings included.
No batteries needed.
Your LED’s won’t go down without a fight. Rated to last up to 100 000 hours.

www.weareverb.com

Now available from Revolution and other fine skate stores.

Verb Electro Roller

Verb x Adventure Time Boards Have Arrived

Verb x Adventure Time Brow

Verb x Adventure Time Brow

The Verb x Adventure Time Bro-down boards have finally arrived!

Featuring Finn, Jake, Beemo, Bro Down, Whirl and DIY graphics. There are also some new completes.

Now available from www.revolutiononline.co.za, Revolution Woodstock, and soon other stores.

Mathematical!

Revolution Cresta, Gauteng: (011) 678 1685 / cresta@revolution.co.za
Revolution Long Street, Cape Town: (021) 423 3482 / longstreet@revolution.co.za
Revolution Woodstock Exchange, Cape Town: (021) 447 6801 / woodstock@revolution.co.za
Revolution Online: http://www.revolutiononline.co.za/

Jean-Marc at Tampa Am

Jean-Marc Johannes at Tampa Am

Jean-Marc Johannes just got back from the States, where he spent some time in LA, and then competed in the 22nd Tampa Am in Florida.

Apparently this year’s Tampa Am was the biggest one yet, with close to 300 skaters from all over the world competing.

My aim going into any contest is to ultimately win but also do better than before. This year I was very great full to do better than that and get top 50 out of Tampa AM contest! My run was different, I wanted to learn new tricks going in to the contest. I stayed in L.A for about 2 weeks prior to the contest, practicing every day and learning all new tricks with help of two international pro skateboarders and good friends Sewa Kroetkov and Micky Papa at the Berrics. – Jean-Marc

Big ups Jean-Marc! We’re proud of you. Keep an eye on this guy; he’s going places.

Here’s a short interview with Jean-Marc at Tampa from their Thursday Practice video:

Tum Yeto Pocket Cam 28

Tum Yeto Pocket Cam 28

Worst Pocket Cam ever? Worst Rap Battle that’s for sure. Pocket Cam #28 features: Leo Romero, Ryan Spencer, Aidan Campbell, Matt Bennett, Dakota Servold, Jeremy Leabres, Nick Merlino, Johnny Layton & David Reyes.

Skate City

Skate City

This is the city we live in and explore. An extract on the Cape Town Scene. Skate city, focuses on a few of Cape Town’s skate residents and the relation they have with their city. This extract focuses on: Shuaib Philander- head of the 20sk8 crew; long time Hout Bay resident MJ Johnson and Andrew Nero Africa Skate’s founder. – Jono Kay

More local edits!

DIY – Project Edgemead

Justin Leslie Front Board Slide by Sam Clark

Justin Leslie Front Board Slide by Sam ClarkJustin Leslie front board slide.© Sam Clark

Jamie from Woodies Ramps talks about the new obstacles at Edgemead Skatepark in Cape Town, the history of park, self-funding it, and DIY in skateboarding.

Read the full article HERE.