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covers – thrasher, november 1998

Photo: Thrasher Cover – November 1998
Gabe Morford

Skater: John Cardiel
Trick: Indy Nosebone
Spot: Bladers Ramp
Park City, Utah
United States

Footage: Deluxe, “Gnarcotica: The Deluxe Great Lakes Tour” (1998)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – November 1998
ThrasherMagazine.com – Classics: Cardiel Cover
Trick mentioned in Vans, Loveletters Season 8: All Hail Cardiel – Part 2 (2017)

Tony Trujillo Interview With Sidewalk Magazine:
What’s the best spur-of-the-moment Cardiel trick you witnessed during those early years?

The one that comes to mind is that Thrasher cover he had doing an indy nosebone over the oilcans on the wet vert ramp, with a jump ramp to bank or whatever. He stacked up the cans and rolled in on like a vert ramp but half of the width of it was just roll in. It was like a BMX roll in, and he did it when it was soaking wet and just blasted this indy nosebone and with like sixty millimetre soft wheels. It was nuts. You couldn’t even ride across it without slipping and he’s rolling in, that was gnarly.”

covers – thrasher, november 2016

Photo: Thrasher Cover – November 2016

Skater: Justin Figueroa
Trick: Backside Crooked Grind Yank-In
Spot:
La Crescenta, California
United States

Footage: Emerica, “Made Chapter Two” (2016)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – November 2016

covers – thrasher, february 2015

Photo: Thrasher Cover – February 2015
Dan Zaslavsky

Skater: Ben Raybourn
Trick: Invert
Spot:
Detroit, Michigan
United States

Footage: Thrasher, “King Of The Road” (2014)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – February 2015

covers – transworld, december 1994

Photo: Transworld Cover – December 1994
Dave Swift

Skater: Geoff Rowley
Trick: 360 Flip
Spot: Oceanside High 13
Oceanside, California
United States

Footage: Transworld, “The Dreams Of Children” (1994)

Additional Notes:
Dave Swift tells the story of the trick:
“It’s funny how all this went down. I might’ve met Geoff Rowley before this day but definitely had never shot a photograph with him. Geoff was fairly new to California and Jeremy Fox brought him to my house and we talked about places Geoff might want to skate. Oceanside High was the spot and when we got there a few others were already skating. I think Danny Mayer was there but I can’t remember who else. So Geoff rolls up to the stairs and tries a pop shove–which he landed first or second try. He ran back up the stairs and said he was gonna try and 360 flip them, which to me at the time seemed impossible. Well, he put it down in a few tries; the first of which you can hear Geoff say “dodgy” in Dreams Of Children, runs back up stairs and does another, cleaner than the first and that was it. Dudes watching were blown away and this shot landed on the cover of TWS soon after in 1994.”

skately – Oceanside High School

covers – thrasher, august 2004

Photo: Thrasher Cover – August 2004
Joey Shigeo

Skater: Jamie Thomas
Trick: Nosegrab Backside Wallride
Spot:
San Bernardino, California
United States

Footage: Zero, “New Blood” (2005)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – August 2004

covers – transworld, february 1998

Photo: Transworld Cover – February 1998

Skater: Fred Gall
Trick: Kickflip Backside Wallride
Spot: Brooklyn Banks
Manhattan, New York
United States

Footage: Alien Workshop, “Photosynthesis” (2000)

covers – thrasher, july 2015

Photo: Thrasher Cover – July 2015
Michael Burnett

Skater: Rowan Zorilla
Trick: Ollie Frontside Wallride
Spot:
Los Angeles, California
United States

Footage: Vans, “Propeller” (2015)
Cody Green

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – July 2015
Trick and Spot discussed in X Games, “Skaters In Cars: Rowan Zorilla” (2017)
Raw Footage in Rowan Zorilla’s “Propeller” RAW FILES (2015)