• Posted in on February 9, 2018 by Ethan Cochard.

    Ambassador Highlight | Yassine Boundouq, Moultawa in Philadelphia

    The Loaded Ambassadors are an international team of like-minded people who, with the help of Loaded Boards, cultivate love and togetherness through the sport of longboarding. The Loaded Ambassadors are made up of individuals of different cultures, ethnicities, and walks of life who all follow the same goal of growing the community that longboarding is made of, and fostering new, long lasting relationships with those around them and abroad.

    This is the story of Loaded Ambassador Yassine Boundouq, a 23-year-old longboarder from Safi, Morocco.

    Up Close with Yassine

    Yassine Boundouq reading the reader

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  • Posted in on November 7, 2017 by Ayumi Oride.

    RedBull Sidewinders, the first DH race in JAPAN!

    What is the biggest distance you ever skated down a mountain road? Which is the longest racing track you could think of?

    Racing 9km down with 69 hairpins; sounds insane? Must be a leg burner for sure. Is it even fun racing that far? How many runs even humanly possible in a day?! So many questions might pop up in your head.

    Well, it actually happened last month in Aomori, Japan!

    Northern part of the main island there is this scenic road "Iwaki Skyline". Absolute u"road porn" images of epic hairpins has been out there already for years and I've seen them popped up on my FB feeds every once in a while. Even though, difficult access from metropolitan area kept the road as "skate virgin" for many years.

    I've seen these images popping up on my FB feed every once in a while.

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  • Posted in on August 29, 2017 by Gerardo Moreno.

    Kozakov Challenge DH Skateboarding Dream Event

    Kozakov Challenge 2017 Race Recap

    Of all the DH events in the world Kozakov is definitely worth making the trip to beautiful Czech Republic.

    Since I started skating hills about 7 years ago, I had always dreamed of making this trip and I must say it was an even better experience than I had expected.

    For those of you who have never been to the event, Kozakov is a 2.5-km premium race track, in the middle of the woods, close to the beautiful and classy Czech city of Turnov. It has the best pavement you have been dreaming of since you started skating, all different styles of corners, very technical and with +90 km/h straight sections.

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  • Posted in on August 28, 2017 by Camilo Cespedes.

    DockSessionLA August

    We found a new spot! Thanks to our good friend and Malibu OG Steve Wu's suggestions we moved our session to a flat and easy going bike path in Santa Monica. It's a great spot to be near the beach, skate and hang out with the DockSession family.

    Here's a short fun video of out last session. We're gonna keep jamming there till further notice; follow us on our Facebook page to be up to date on our events.

  • Posted in on July 27, 2017 by Camilo Cespedes.

    DockSession LA July

    The month of July has been a busy one for us here at DockSession LA. We had our beloved Mexican Loaded ambassador Marco Sandoval in town, so we were mostly stacking clips for his upcoming video in Los Angeles. Sadly we don't have an event video for this blog post since all the footage will be saved for the video. Keep your eyes peeled on the Loaded YouTube and Facebook pages!

    In addition to filming with Marco, Alberto has been skating more and more while recovering his knee. He came back with a different mindset and he's been getting new tricks that even surprise him.

    We've had a couple of new members added to the weekly slashing, we're always happy to see new faces. Next week's session is going to be in Santa Monica, pushing by the beach. Join us! Bring your friends and some sunblock!

    - Camilo

  • Posted in on July 21, 2017 by Arian Chamasmany.

    The Gel Lab Shred Sessions / Shark’s Log – 170721

    I had been working in a small mom & pop sporting good store that bought and sold used sporting equipment. I had gotten the job as a way to earn some meager cash over the summer while school had been on recess. The owner was, often times, in a drunken stupor in his little upstairs office, while my co-worker and I ran the store.

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  • Posted in on July 10, 2017 by Arian Chamasmany.

    The Gel Lab Shred Sessions / Shark's Log – 170710

    Skateboarding has been the focus of my life for the last decade. Whether it was playing an active role as a photographer/writer contributing "content" to the hype machine or being the eye candy in front of the lens, I've managed to carve out a double existence within this small humble realm, and there is not a day that goes by that I don't acknowledge the fact that I've been extremely fortunate to have been able to live such a life. With that said, if there is one thing you realize through all of this, it's that stagnation is the swan song to our industry. The moment we accept complacency within our spectrum, is the moment when everything begins to unravel.

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  • Posted in on June 20, 2017 by Camilo Cespedes.

    DockSession JUNE

    With a steady attendance at our "Franklin Slide Sessions" DockSession LA is growing exponentially. It's always nice seeing new people and good old friends skating together.

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  • Posted in on June 14, 2017 by Arian Chamasmany.

    The Gel Lab Shred Sessions / Shark’s Log – 170613

    I’ll never forget what it felt like to attend my first slide jam. I remember the crowds of skaters and spectators alike, all sitting along the sides of the hill. I remember the sound of skateboards and sliding wheels, cheers and hollers as skaters flew by. Here and there were the individuals you recognized from photos, the seasoned guys doing all things stand-up, rarely dropping slide pucks to the ground. It was truly a spectacular thing to watch.

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  • Posted in on May 26, 2017 by Arian Chamasmany.

    The Gel Lab Shred Sessions / Shark’s Log – 170525

    I don’t feel like any of us really chooses to stop skateboarding; life just prioritizes it out. That’s a weighty opening statement, I know, but for each and every one of us, eventually there will come a time where you will be forced to make a choice: maybe not one big sudden decision, but a series of smaller decisions that overall limits the actual activity of skateboarding.

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