This weekend the Clash at Clairemont is back and the forecast is sunny! Be a witness to the clash of skate titans from the past, and the up-and-comers of today.
Shaun Ross gets pinwheeled at a heavy local gap, Thrasher Mag with the footy. Keep an eye out for Shaun's full part later this summer...
After a long haul up the coast the 9-Ball Truck and the Roots Robot came to rest at the Monterey County Fairgrounds for the 4th annual California Roots Festival. So many smiles, new friends, and more reggae than you can shake a rasta colored stick at.
Low quality photo recap here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151641242304596.1073741829.31312274595&type=3
You are now looking at the newest Sector 9 tattoo on the planet! Cody sent this to us straight out of the tattoo chair. Thanks for the shoulder real estate!
Posted In Sector 9 - Downhill Division by admin Friday, May 24, 2013
Matt Kienzle, Gabe Gwynne, and Chad Gibson headed south of the Equator for some lush landscapes and winding mountain runs. New Zealand is the perfect place for some high speed pack riding with your friends.
Don't blink because you might miss the 9-Ball Truck charging up the coast to Monterey!
Once you're at the festival don't miss your photo op with the #RootsRobot. Hashtag for a chance to win prizes!
Lightly regarded as the only downhill race in the world that is held on a golf course, the St. Francis Links Speed Run & Slide Jam offers a narrow cart path, fluffy sage brush, and plenty of green fairways to soften your landing.
With the Danger Bay week coming to a close there’s no slowing down, the Brittania Classic is back for is 6th annual running. With rain in the forecast and high speed as the goal it should be an exciting weekend of racing. Here's the video from 2011 to get you pumped!
Underground rock royalty, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, Carrie Brownstein of Sleater Kinney, and J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr., joined Fred Armisen on Saturday Night Live to announce his departure. Fred is well known for his hilarious characters during his long tenure at SNL, but he is also an accomplished musician having played in multiple bands and having a strong connection to underground music. In a very cool move this past weekend Fred said goodbye as his character Ian Rubbish, accompanied by his favorite influential artists.