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  • Posted in on July 21, 2015 by Kyle Chin.

    Loaded Window Contest

    First off - A HUGE thanks to all the shops who took the time to do this! We are more than stoked to see the support and love from our shops. Picking the winners was nowhere as easy as we thought it would be... So thank you!

    Without further adieu, the winners are:

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  • Posted in on July 15, 2015 by Chris Cade.

    Hummel Havoc 2015: In No Coast Country

    Photos by Scott Rowe

    I heard a guy at Hummel Havoc telling his friend, “There is West Coast, East Coast, and No Coast.” No Coast, if you’ve been living under a rock, is the Midwest’s answer to the growing domination of our sport by the coastal scenes.  There are more skaters coming up into the racing scene everywhere, and in the No Coast areas, that translates to more races closer to home, instead of driving to California or Vermont.

    Signups started early

    Hummel Havoc carries on the tradition of successful independent events in the NoCoast area. It reminded me of the excellent Buffalo Bill Downhill Bloodspill (RIP) in Colorado and the taken-before-its-time Davis City Downhill in Oklahoma.

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  • Posted in on June 25, 2015 by Chris Cade.

    Mesa De Las Tablas International Longboard Festival: A Paradise of Skating: En Dos Linguas

    Translation by Gerardo Moreno

    Photos by Mafe Cano Photography

    Photos and Words by Chris Cade

    I don’t know about you, but when I think of a downhillers paradise, I imagine a place like a long mountain valley, with roads on one side, and nothing but pine trees on the other side, so I can watch the shadows of the clouds pass across the mountains.  It’ll be down to a little town, so that there’s almost no one coming up it, but still a place where you can get a meal and stay a night or four.  No one takes a picture then immediately dives mind first into the phone to play the social media game. There’s no signal, so you can still take pictures, but then, when the moment has passed, you put your phone in your pocket, because the important part was seeing it anyway. You’ll remember these moments.

    No sé ustedes pero cuando yo pienso en un paraíso para el Downhill, yo me imagino un lugar con un gran y extenso valle en medio de las montañas, con caminos a un lado de estas, con nada más que pinos y árboles del otro lado, y así poder ver las sombras de las nubes pasando a través de las montañas. Este camino me llevaría a un pequeño pueblo, al cual casi nadie va ni viene, de igual manera siempre puedes encontrar comida y un cuarto donde pasar una noche o cuatro. No hay señal por ningún lado así que aun puedes seguir tomando fotos con tu celular, pero después que pasó el momento guardas el celular en tu bolsillo, porque la parte importante es ver el momento. Lo recordarás en tu cabeza de cualquier manera.

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  • Posted in on June 17, 2015 by Gerardo Moreno.

    Laguna DH Race II 2015 -The Journey (English/Español)

    Welcome fellows to this journey through the warm lands of Mexico for the second annual event hosted by Treee Skateboaring .
    Please remind seated and fasten your seatbelt; the journey through the Laguna DH Race II 2015 is about to start.
    Photos snapped by Mr Fernando Vega himself.

    (Bienvenidos sean a esta aventura a través de la cálidas tierras mexicanas para el segundo año de este evento anual, organizado por Treee Skateboarding.
    Por Favor permanezca sentado y abroche su cinturón que la aventura de Laguna DH Race II 2015 está por dar comienzo
    Photos por el mismísimo Señor Fernando Vega)

    Riders from all over the country and the continent made it this year for the event.
    With 7 corners, one predrift, and slidey pavement Laguna is for sure one of the most difficult races to handle.

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  • Posted in on June 11, 2015 by Luke Melo.

    Jane Paths Race V Event Recap


    Jane Paths Race 2015 - Orangatang WheelsThe Jane Paths Race has been a staple event of the Toronto community for years, thanks to Orangatang ambassador Luke Melo. Whether or not you made it out to join us this year, enjoy this video recap of all the fun!Orangatang Wheels #orangatang #orangatangwheels

    Posted by Orangatang Wheels on Tuesday, May 26, 2015

    I can't believe we've made it this far. After five years the Jane Paths Race is still going strong. I'm always stoked to see lots of new faces and the core crew coming back year after year. We got really lucky again with sunny warm weather after a brutal winter. Through five years it hasn't really rained yet.

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  • Posted in on June 9, 2015 by Sowi Rodriguez.

    Otoño Longboard Jam

    Versión en español más abajo ↓

    After a while without any local events down here in our small country, the Otoño Longboard Jam was the result of hard work in order to grow our community.

    Fabio Martínez (2nd Open Freestyle)

    Once again, an event organized by riders, for riders. And of course, supported by Longboard House, Loaded and Orangatang. Together with my teammate and friend Axel Montgomery and Andres 'El Jefe' Guidali, we started carefully planning the event. We wanted to make it special and different, an in-law event to keep spreading the stoke. Our brothers at boardshop Skateland lent us two ramps and a rail (HUGE thanks, guys!).

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  • Posted in on June 9, 2015 by Sowi Rodriguez.

    Review: II Longboard Girls Crew South American Meeting

    It's been more than two months since the II LGC meeting was held and I still feel stoked and happy that working hard gave some good results after all.

    Once again, Valeria Kechichian reunited riders from Argentina and Uruguay to organize the second South American Meeting. It is awesome seeing how a small group of people can help bringing together lady shredders from Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia and Paraguay.

    We all think that having fun is the aim. No pressures, no hard competitions, just silly games to play, a clinic to pass on everything that we may know, and to learn things, too! As I mentioned, we invented some games just to have an excuse to make all the girls win something.

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  • Posted in on June 4, 2015 by Kyle Chin.

    The Poncho Push

    Orangatang ambassador Sam Holding is pushing 650 miles from Arizona to California! Keep an eye out for more news and media from ‪#‎ThePonchoPush‬!

    From Sam:

    The Poncho Push.

    So, on the 2nd June I will be flying to Page, AZ and pushing the 650 miles to Los Angeles, CA via Las Vegas, Zion National Park, The Valley of Fire and the Hoover Dam with nothing but my Osprey backpack and my board.

    I'll documenting the entire trip to create into several videos and one main Film with the aim of skating and exploring some of the craziest places I can come across. The push has no concrete time-scale, leaving plenty of room for anything to happen.

    You can keep up with the trip on my media accounts and follow my push log over at Newton's Shred. The film with be released in Mid-July. More Soon.


    Big Thanks to:

    Original Skateboards
    Orangatang Wheels
    Newton's Shred
    Thrill Magazine
    Paris Truck Co.

  • Posted in on June 4, 2015 by Kyle Chin.

    Clinique Super Poutine 2015

  • Posted in on April 30, 2015 by Arian Chamasmany.

    Greenskate LA: Army Of Three

    Friends, compatriots, let there be no doubt, I’ve thrown my fair share of skate events over the years. I’ve  run the gamut of mishaps, tackled with the unexpected, the unscripted, unplanned. I’ve attended and played host to numerous slide jams and weekly shred summonings. Savored countless instances of pure unadulterated skateboarding elation. Seen and sewn the seeds of stoke, both near and abroad. So, after almost six years of solid event attendance, organization, and assembly, naturally, you have to assume that there are going to be a few bad apples in the bunch, so to speak. Alas, so was what I had originally perceived by the painfully lackluster attendance of the recent event I threw in conjunction with Greenskate.org and Loaded Boards, The “Greenskate LA Sidewalk Shred”. Out of the twenty something people I had confirmed or assumed would attend our leisurely Sunday afternoon skate gathering, only a proud and faithful TWO had actually arrived. 

    Pushing off towards Wilshire Boulevard, and down towards the beach.

    “What to do?” I thought to myself nervously… Continue to stall the jam? (assuming maybe a few more swarthy souls would arrive)… or, run the day’s plan with the proud plucky two that made the effort to show up.. The resulting noble group-made decision to press onward despite our absence of numbers later proved not only to debunk my initial woeful projections as to the overall success of the afternoon, but also worked to remind me that while stoke in numbers may indeed be the case, it definitely does not dictate that a day spent shredding the streets with a two versus twenty isn’t necessarily any less fun; or in this case, meaningful.
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