Tagged: Frontside Nosegrind

covers – the skateboard mag, september 2009

Photo: The Skateboard Mag Cover – September 2009
Matt Price

Skater: Ethan Fowler
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot:
Mexico City, Mexico

Footage: Converse, “Prevent This Tragedy” (2010)

trickReport.com – covers: The Skateboard Mag, September 2009

covers – skateboarder, february 2006

Photo: Skateboarder Cover – February 2006
Brian Gaberman

Skater: Corey Duffel
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot: Rusczyk Rainbow Rail
Sebastapol, California
United States

Footage: Foundation, “Cataclysmic Abyss” (2007)
Stephen Duffel

covers – skateboarder, february/march 2013

covers – thrasher, february 2004

Photo: Thrasher Cover – February 2004
Michael Burnett

Skater: Josh Harmony
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot: Rincon Gap To Rail
Escondido, California
United States

Footage: Toy Machine, “Good And Evil” (2004)
Kevin Barnett

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – February 2004
skately – Rincon Middle School

covers – slap, january 2000

Photo: Slap Cover – January 2000
Lance Dawes

Skater: Rick McCrank
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot:
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: eS, “Menikmati” (2000)
Fred Mortagne

covers – thrasher, october 2006

Photo: Thrasher Cover – October 2006
Michael Burnett

Skater: Tommy Sandoval
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot: La Jolla 18
San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Zero, “Promo” (2006)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – October 2006
skately – La Jolla High School

covers – transworld, february 2005

Photo: Transworld Cover – February 2005
Mike O’Meally

Skater: Shane Cross
Trick: Frontside Nosegrind
Spot: El Toro
Lake Forest, California
United States

Footage: Flip, “Extremely Sorry” (2009)
Lee Dupont

Additional Notes:
skately – El Toro High School
Mike O’Meally on the trick, from Transworld, “Shine On, You Crazy Diamond” (2007):
“The first time I realized Shane was special was when he was talking to himself. Now, a lot of mentally gifted (and mentally challenged) people have been known to chatter away, but the difference with Shane was that his one-man monologue took place in the middle of a midnight Smith grind down the legendary El Toro handrail in Orange County. He was yammering to himself about who knows what, and then, within minutes, he was poised perfectly on a nosegrind and landed it in one try-no bails and no worries.”

covers – the skateboard mag, january 2013

covers – transworld, november 2009

covers – the skateboard mag, march 2014