CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 116 – OUT NOW

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 ⋅ by Mike ⋅ Current Issue, Features, News

WAX ON, WAX OFF // Cover photo by Brian Caissie – Caption by David Ehrenreich

Usually the peanut gallery waits until the session is over to divulge horror stories of previous attempts. But the legend of Sean Hayes’ multiple hospital visits had found its way to JAMIE MALEY by the time I arrived at the famous downtown Vancouver spot. Amongst all our preparation, no one bothered to check if the spot was waxed. Why would it be? No one waxes marble. But Jamie’s first attempt at a FRONTSIDE NOSESLIDE tipped us off. It was disastrous, and the only reasonable explanation was that a renegade Rollerblade posse unleashed their entire scented candle stash upon the ledge. It took longer to scrape off the massive Post Office out-ledge like it was a frozen car window than it did for Jamie to finish what many had started. Who’s next?

The latest Concrete Issue 116 commercial is brought to you by SpitfireC1RCA and Coastal Riders. It features Cephas Benson, Tyler O’Grady, Grant Patterson, Charles Deschamps and Jamie Maley.

Filmed by // Devin Guiney, Jordan Moss and David Ehrenreich.
Edited by // David Ehrenreich
Music // “Wanna Be ADD” from the album The Spits V (2011) by The Spits (who appear on the Concrete #116 “Sound Check” page).

DETROIT with Red Star
The abysmal U.S. economy is more than evident in Michigan’s Motor City, where certain areas seem like they’re remnants of the Apocalypse. But there’s hope. In just 72 hours, Paul Machnau, Grant Patterson, Chad Dickson, Cephas Benson and Tyler O’Grady from Red Star discover that there’s more than meets the eye in Detroit Rock City.

MAGNUS HANSON Interviewed
It’s been a while since Surrey, BC’s Magnus Hanson had a feature interview in a Canadian mag. He’s fairly particular about what he puts out there, but after picking up Element Canada as a sponsor and releasing a solid Quiksilver Canada video part, Magnus was ready to fire up these pages for the masses. No filler, no fluff. Just straight up skating.

BARRIER KULT: The Range Of Propaganda / Chapter 5
The BA.KU. is at it again in the latest chapter in the Range Of Propaganda series, and this time the violent worship of abrupt and dark transitions is two-fold. An “Anonymous Kultist” penned the tale of both the Depth Leviathan Dweller and Statue Of The Black Crow. Catastrophe-causing air and ocean creatures, along with an assortment of other grating truths play a part in this mind-bending chapter.

BOTH ENDS OF THE LENS featuring Mike “Hashbrown” Schulze
Hashbrown will be the first to tell you he’s not well-travelled, but he did manage to turn a “winter sucks” complaint into a full-tilt travel experience to the great Spanish-speaking metropolis of Mexico City. With eye-opening experiences abound, Hashbrown was sure to snap a few visual momentos using his trusty cell phone cam so he could share them with us, while his on-board moves were caught by photographer Rich Odam.

LRG visits Canada
Ontario, Quebec, skateparks, street spots, Cee-lo, casinos, the Baha Men, DJ Assault, Billy Marks, Chico Brenes, Tommy Sandoval, Jack Curtin, Rob Gonzalez, Judah Oakes and Timebomb Trading are all wrapped up in this 8-pager that explores LRG‘s Up North Trip from a different perspective. It was a journey this crew (and their wallets) won’t soon forget.

CHARLES DESCHAMPS & Co. in Barcelona
“Charles The Champ,” along with Will Cristofaro, lil’ Bobby De Keyzer and Jordan Moss from the Slub Bucks camp headed to Barcy for one last filming push to pad the project’s Final Cut timeline. Photographers Sam Fidlin and James Morley captured the moments of triumph, but as Charles recounts in this tale – the road leading to victory is indeed a strange and twisted one.

Take a closer look at all this and much more by picking up Concrete #116, which will be available in skateshops across Canada on December 12th. Stay tuned for the all the extras here at concreteskateboarding.com. To tide you over, cruise the digital archives for back-issues and catch all of our exclusive vids on CONCRETE TV.

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10 Responses to “CONCRETE Skateboarding Issue 116 – OUT NOW”

  1. […] Congratulations to C1RCA Canada’s Jamie Maley who just landed his first cover! He shot this on the notoriously difficult to skate ledge in downtown Vancouver, BC, at the end of the Summer. Looking real good! Check Concrete’s website here! […]

  2. […] C1RCA加拿大滑手Jamie Maley上了12月Concrete Skateboarding杂志的封面。这是他今年夏末在加拿大温哥华的一个超难得Ledge上的Frontside Noseslide的动作!Concrete杂志点击这里! […]

  3. […] out our Dysfunctional In Detroit feature with the Red Star team in Issue 116, coming December 12th. Share […]

  4. […] just recently nailed the front cover for Canada’s leading skate mag, Concrete, and we couldn’t be more stoked for him. It’s a huge thing to make cover in the skate […]

  5. […] Holiday ’11 line right here, and keep an eye out for the Up North Trip feature in Issue 116. LRG is available in Canada through Timebomb Trading. Share […]

  6. […] Which 2 C1RCA Canada riders appeared on back-to-back Concrete covers? (Hint: click here and here for the […]

  7. […] latest Concrete commercial promoting Issue 116 is brought to you by Spitfire, C1RCA and Coastal Riders. It features Cephas Benson, Tyler […]

  8. […] skating in the Both Ends Of The Lens feature from Issue 115 (now online), and grab a copy of the December 2011 issue at your local shop and take a gander at Magnus Hanson’s Straight To Business interview. Share […]

  9. […] Busenitz on our Identity page in Issue 116, and see more from Lowry in his Both Ends Of The Lens feature in our 2011 Photo Annual (which you […]

  10. […] Jordan Moss and Wade Power have kicked off the new year by releasing all the parts from their 2011 feature-length video, Slub Bucks (learn more about this Concrete-supported project by clicking here). Brandon Del Bianco’s part had been released previously, and over the Holidays we posted Charles Deschamps’ impressive part (alongside the online version of Charles The Champ’s Spanish Victory – a feature from Issue 116). […]

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