Between skaters building DIY spots and renovating century old buildings into art spaces and skateparks alike, Detroit is in good hands.
Each January, the skateboard industry descends on the Long Beach Convention Center for the annual Agenda Trade Show. Welcome to Agenda 2015.
Skateboarding and car customization collide at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Vegas, thanks in part to Scion and Riley Hawk.
When Zoo York wanted to introduce their latest amateur Gavin Nolan to the team, they turned to DJ Premier of Gangstarr to provide the soundtrack.
This week, legendary skateboarder Ed Templeton returns with a new book of candid street photography spanning 20 years of travel and at-home moments.
What follows is Santa Claus, skating a vert ramp and some deep bowls under the California sun. Happy holidays from XGames.com.
Although Dekline Footwear has been a brand for over a decade now, the team has never released a full-length video. Until now.
Starting in 2011, Plan B handed the video-making reigns to Erik Bragg, who basically started from scratch as far as team footage goes.
For the new Plan B video "True," Torey Pudwill booked what he calls "cutthroat missions" to get the tricks he wanted on the spots he had in mind, and it shows in the video.
On top of our monthly ZOOM gallery, here are 10 action-packed photos spanning the four corners of the globe. It's our own version of holiday leftovers.
For 2015, skateboarding comp organizers Boardr introduces the Boardr Am series, a six-stop amateur skate comp series that culminates with finals at X Games in Austin, Texas.
You need to be a talented skateboarder if Ryan Sheckler and Torey Pudwill cannot stop talking about you, and that's the case with Plan B's newest am, Chris Joslin.
For November's ZOOM gallery, XGames.com has assembled 10 of the best photos spanning action sports, from Southern California BMX riding to snowboarding in New Zealand.
Stereo Skateboards pro Jordan Hoffart landed what could potentially be the world's longest ollie, but said he did it for fun and doesn't care that it wasn't sanctioned by Guinness.
Following the restructuring of Habitat's skate program under the Tum Yeto umbrella, Brian Delatorre is back with a fresh outlook on life and skating.