In Part One of the Geoff Rowley Epicly Later’d we hit the rainy streets of Liverpool, England. The spots he skates when he’s in town, his go-to shop, Lost Art, early Gonz influences and his move from Liverpool to London. Rowley and some of the best out of Britain talk about what it meant to grow up skating in Liverpool, early sponsors and who thought of the name Flip.
Shortly after the announcement of Jerry Hsu joining up with Chocolate Skateboards we were blessed with this little gem. Add another Crailcouch to the bedpost, MJ and Jerry are back again.
You know our host, Rip from Fourstar’s Super Champion Funzone. He turned up in San Francisco to conduct this Tommy Guerrero interview with Vice Magazine Japan. A video filled with insight about life, music and skateboarding from Guerrero, we get an inside look at his home, his studio and his headquarters, Deluxe Distribution.
Crailtap corpo dropped in to the shop for some harsh employee reviews. Watch as Mike Carroll and Rick Howard drill Girl and Chocolate riders Chris Roberts, Marc Johnson, Brandon Biebel and Daniel Castillo on their SW shop performance.
“Here at the Skate Warehouse, we’re all about integrity…”
- Mike Carroll
They may be impressive skateboarders but the quality of their daily work? Well, it’s concerning…
“If you are being run out of town get in front of the crowd… and make it look like a parade.”
Vice has a new video online featuring the life and skating of Brian Anderson. We get an intimate look into the world of BA, from his recent move to Brooklyn to what skateboarding means to him. He sits down with his mom, walks around with his dog and skates the streets. Obviously B.A.’s been busy, what with 3D Skateboards and his new shoes from Nike SB. We’re stoked to be offering both up at Skate Warehouse. Read more to check out the video and see photos of his new skate stuff.