Tagged: Transition

covers – thrasher, november 2017

Photo: Thrasher Cover – November 2017
Joe Brook

Skater: Ben Raemers
Trick: Frontside Invert
Spot:
Tucson, Arizona
United States

Footage: Thrasher, “King Of The Road” (2016)
Carson Lee + Dan Stolling

trickReport.com – covers: Thrasher, November 2017

covers – the skateboard mag, march 2013

Photo: The Skateboard Mag Cover – March 2013
Anthony Acosta

Skater: Daewon Song
Trick: Blunt Kickflip to Fakie
Spot:
Detroit, Michigan
United States

Footage: DVS, “DVS Does Detroit” (2013)

trickReport.com – covers: The Skateboard Mag, March 2013

covers – transworld, january 2009

Photo: Transworld Cover – January 2009
Mike O’Meally

Skater: Colin McKay
Trick: Backside Melon
Spot:
Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg
Germany

Footage: DC Shoes, “Live From Europe Tour” (2008)

Additional Notes:
Mike O’Meally on the trick, from Transworld – Your Favorite Transworld Skateboarding Cover of 2009:
“In a small town in the forests of Stuttgart, Germany, Colin McKay was shown this little gem of a volcano while on DC’s Live From Europe tour. The tiles were pretty rough, and he even took a mean scrub into the floor, but the tough S.O.B. got back up and spanked a lofty air over the hip, while most of the guys had trouble hitting the lip.”

trickReport.com – covers

covers – thrasher, october 2016

covers – transworld, november 2012

covers – transworld, june 2012

covers – the skateboard mag, january 2008

covers – thrasher, december 2014

covers – transworld, october 2010

Photo: Transworld Cover – October 2010
Mike O’Meally

Skater: Vincent Alvarez
Trick: Backside Ollie
Spot:
Carlsbad, California
United States

Footage: Lakai, “Lakairomania” (2010)
Ty Evans

Additional Notes:
Mike O’Meally on the trick/cover, from Transworld’s “2010 Covers & The Stories Behind Them”;
“Shot in a warehouse near TWS.

It was a big gap and really smelly due to all the pyrotechics and smoke in the warehouse that had nowhere to go. It was dark, so the timing was crucial—getting the flames to pop in just the right time and place to highlight Vince as he blasted across that big gap and into the steep landing ramp.

The nicest thing about it being the cover, was that it was a surprise, as we didn’t find out until the winner was announced at TWS at the awards ceremony for S&C. I think Vince was pretty stoked but he’s so humble I think he just took it in stride. Kelly Bird might have been more stoked!

I think it’s one of my favorites, just ’cause it was so difficult photographically and the gap was really big in such a cramped, smoky, and hectic situation, but Vince made it look easy, which is what a good skater always does.”

covers – transworld, october 2006