Tagged: San Diego

covers – thrasher, april 2008

covers – thrasher, march 2018

covers – thrasher, february 2003

covers – the skateboard mag, april 2008

covers – the skateboard mag, august 2004

Photo: The Skateboard Mag Cover – August 2004
Atiba Jefferson

Skater: Windsor James
Trick: Kickflip Backside 50-50
Spot:
South Park, San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Circa, “It’s Time” (2006)

covers – thrasher, february 2001

Photo: Thrasher Cover – February 2001
Michael Burnett

Skater: Steve Olson
Trick: Switch Backside Crooked Grind
Spot: San Diego City Hall
San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Shorty’s, “Guilty” (2001)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – February 2001
skately – San Diego City Hall

covers – transworld, december 1998

Photo: Transworld Cover – December 1998
Atiba Jefferson

Skater: Andrew Reynolds
Trick: Frontside 180 Kickflip
Spot: Silver Gate 14
San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Birdhouse, “The End” (1998)

Additional Notes:
skately – Silver Gate Elementary

covers – thrasher, december 2006

Photo: Thrasher Cover – December 2006
Joey Shigeo

Skater: Jamie Thomas
Trick: Backside 50-50
Spot: City College 12
San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Thrasher, “King of the Road” (2006)

Additional Notes:
This cover was awarded to the Zero team for winning King of the Road (their 3rd time winning).
This Backside 50-50 was done without shoes and was given points on King of the Road for “Gnarliest Trick Barefooted”.
ThrasherMagazine.com – December 2006
skately – San Diego City College

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 – thrasher, april 2005

Photo: Thrasher Cover – April 2005
Daniel Harold Sturt

Skater: Geoff Rowley
Trick: Backside 360
Spot:
San Diego, California
United States

Footage: Flip, “Extremely Sorry” (2009)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – April 2005