Trevor Ward came down to San Diego for a couple days before heading out to Arizona for the Phoenix Am. The only time we had to skate was last night. So here’s what we got.
Personally I believe Austin Mayer found this spot, and Truman was the first to actually skate it. Here’s the third of many more to come “Monthly Blow-out’s” with the story behind the spot.
Spot: This ditch has been a hot spot for the past 6 months, the ironic part is that it was discovered over 3+ years ago. Austin (Mayer) who help me start Typical Culture in the beginning was the the first one to report it. So with that said, we’ll give him credit for finding it. Located in a pretty central part of San Diego city it’s not a easy spot to find, or predict where it is for that matter. Its not easy to skate, you get about a 3-4 foot wide roll-up with whatever length you want to drop-in on the side of the ditch in order to skate the bank to ledge side that you see these photos taken on. Truman Hooker was the first to get a photo here, blasting a Lein Air taken by Dave Swift and featured in The Skateboard Mag ( Also in his CSxFU part ) couldn’t find the photo online though.
Here’s some clips of Trevor Ward shredding random spots around San Diego.
With the perfect weather in San Diego all year long, the hype never stops and our wheels constantly pave the crete’. This post features Truesdale, Ward, Beaver, Mourning, JJ Rice & more cruising around San Diego searching for new spots, clips, bbq, and more.
Trevor Ward warming up in the morning, while waiting for BK to come swoop us. Bs Bluntslide, while I figure out how to use a flash.
Grip It & Rip It is One session, on the spot. This time around Trevor Ward sets up a fresh deck in Downtown San Diego and cruises around the city to break it in.
Here are some more iPhone clips of Trevor Ward shredding spots around San Diego this past weekend.
Here are some iPhone clips of Trevor Ward from February 4th.
It’s been while since we’ve posted our “Photo-Issue” feature, we have been working on the zine and everything else it gets tough sometimes to squeeze it all in. But enough excuses here’s the newest issue! Featuring photos from SD photographers: Austin Squire, Brian Walnum, Ben Clemens, Patrick Westman, myself (Not really considered a photographer) along with photo-g’s: Nick Weber, Eddie Liddy and Tim Dodson.
The Skateboard Mag lets us keep the dream alive, watch Dolan Stearns, Chris Russell, Trevor Ward, and more shred the new Carlsbad Skatepark.
While sifting through a number of Santa Barbara videos, I came across this awesome edit of Trevor Ward killin it, back in good ol’ twenty twelve.
Film/cut: Jared Diamond!