Tag: Dave Monaghan

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The Mad Hatters part 1 (Dave Monaghan)

They say the apple never falls far from the tree, well I say the skaters in Stockport never fall far from the blocks. Having skated Stocky for well over 15 years I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s something good about skateboarding in Stockport. First came Bones skatepark and that world class sorely missed indoor figure 8 bowl. Personally I… Read more →

Dave Monaghan, danny mccourt, stupid bloody tuesday

The Constant Gritting

Two styles juxtapose. Winter is nearly finished. The nights will soon get shorter and the clocks will go forward and we can wave bye bye to another season. At least I documented a little this winter. There is something good about skateboarding in winter. When the fresh air hits you and the slap of cold concrete really wakes you up.… Read more →

Four at Stocky Blocks and one for D.I.Y Doozer

Stockport fountains are a hive of skateboard activity. It’s also a hive of smashed glass, mislead youth and trouble. That’s none of my business. I like to skate, shoot photos and hopefully project something worthwhile, something that’s not a complete waste of time. I think there’s a little skate scene here, and by scene I mean a counter culture. At… Read more →

Archive Three (S.B.T the Suzuki Method Man)

Archive three probably spans a decade in 1 minute 43 seconds. It’s got a bit of Woody skating the old Manchester courts double set and some ancient Skulls footage of Adam Leishman who kicks it today in top Manchester band “Suzuki Method” and who’s younger brother Jay just happens to be well good at skateboarding. There’s a big spin disaster… Read more →

Gallery 2014, the year (and a bit) in photos

Here we have a gallery of images as featured on S.B.T 2014. All shot by my crooked fingers (except for the selfies shot by Lewis, Lloyd and Barrett) It’s a New Year post so take your time, hurry up the choice is yours go for a skate. [Show as slideshow] It’s been a year, and I’ve had a few of… Read more →