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by Kim Cook Skateboarding is a close knit family, once you discover the true essence of what skateboarding is all about. When you break it down, it's really just you and your board, but the experience is not the same without fellow skateboarders around you. Having the fun of friendship from meeting someone also on a board is probably one of the best things about skateboarding...of course, the best fun is the actual movement of skateboarding but it's the friendships you make that really expand your horizons through the eyes of others. And through their eyes, their travels and experiences, you are inspired in many ways…

fellow skateboarding lovers with an affinity for felines. Through their love and movement, I’ve been exposed yet again to the rad scene of Albuquerque, New Mexico. I have known many people that have travelled there and skated, I’ve seen the pictures and the videos, and I know I must go there someday… without these friends and their experiences, I would be none the wiser about the awesomeness that awaits me there…

Sharkbait’s Hella Shitty logo in particular caught my eye instantly when Bakerface brought me a button and said "this is for you"...um yes I do love Hello Kitty… but the main thing is that the zine is rad So through my love of and constantly coming out skateboarding, I met my and before you get a love. And through my love, chance to wonder when I met a couple of rad guys the next one is coming out, doing a rad zine. And boom, you’ve got the new through that zine, I was issue in your hands! And I exposed to another zine called Sharkbait and at think it was something like that time, it was being issue 15 when I first saw it, done out of Oklahoma by so okay I wanted to see the Brad and Meghan Hayes 14 before...and find out

more about the zine…so I found the blog and then made friends on effbook and so on and so on. And then the Albuquerque issue came out and then talks about moving there started popping up in Sharkbait. Over the past year Sharkbait Brad and his wife and cats moved to Albuquerque. They just upped and moved after a brief visit without really knowing anyone. Looking for a better life filled with new things and new people. I admire people that uproot and find their place somewhere completely new and different… and it has been a success so far from what I can tell. And although I have not met them, I know they are awesome people by the way they've fit into this new place. And over the past few months they've been there, Brad's gotten involved in the local DIY scene. Motivation at its finest…

Profile for Luchaskate Magazine

Luchaskate v1.2  

The second issue of Luchaskate Magazine. This issue features Kanis D.I.Y. in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Luchaskate v1.2  

The second issue of Luchaskate Magazine. This issue features Kanis D.I.Y. in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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