Bailgun Calendar 2018 High Res Download
In case you missed getting the 2018 Calendar Notebook, you can download a high res version of the calendar spread, print it out your self or bring it to a print shop of your choice and have them do it.
Just click on the image and save it to your desktop. January and Febuary online now! Enjoy.
March 2018 – Jeff Hedges, flapped over tuckknee invert, Verkeley Ramp, Berkeley, Ca.
February 2018 – Jürgen Horrwarth, Frontside air, Point Cook skatepark, OZ
El Gato Classic 2015
Eddie Elguera had the idea to bring together skaters from the 70´s era of skateboarding that had a major influence on till today.
So he invited all the heavy hitters from the past to come together for a session in Palm Springs.
Here´s some pics from Saturdays session and the vert demo that was on after the pool session.
Check out Bailgun issue #18 just click below:
Welcome to Bailgun issue #18 In this issue we´ll do some more traveling. On the list is Mexico with Steven Bailey and Brandon Perelson, spotchecks from Denver and Seattle, contest reviews from Malmö, Sweden and Getxo, Basque Country, interviews with the Creepy Creeps from San Diego, Zach Cusano from Denver and Jürgen Horrwarth pro skater and co owner of Örly Cafe in Berlin.
Enjoy issue #18
The IGS skatepark in Hamburg is one of a very few parks in Germany with lights and with the days getting shorter quickly that is a very nice feature. After a session at the Fruchtallee bowl Wolfganster and I headed over to the IGS for second session and we ran into two legends from Hamburg Jan Waage and Robert Wolff, hadn´t seen those guys for like 20 years!
Everybody was stoked and we had a great session and a few brews after.
Friday 2014.09.05 – Day 5 at the Getxo Bowl-A-Rama 2014
Pre contest day was another hot day at the beach so Chris Russell took it easy and did a couple warm-up runs in the half pipe as everybody was waiting for the paint to dry in the pool. Shoeless fronside invert.
Thursday 2014.09.04 –Day 4 at the Getxo Bowl-A-Rama 2014
On Thursday not only the kidney pool was sessioned heavily but the concrete halfpipe also got it´s share of good use.
So after a little adventure with Air France that included a longer than planned stop at the world famous Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. It´s maybe not as bad as it may look but it´s pretty bad and if you can, just do yourself a favor and avoid it.
Arriving in Bilbao we were greeted with hot and sunny weather – perfect! Got the rental, checked in the bed and breakfast and made it to the La Kantera skatepark by late afternoon.
Some US pool shredders like Raven Tershy, Grant Taylor, Peter Hewitt, Raney were already at the park sessioning with Alain Goikoetxea, Danny Leon and some local rippers.
So after Mondays mellow session more and more skaters showed up on Tuesday and the sessions started to heat up and it´s gonna get better each day till the finals on Saturday.
Check out Johannes Haist busting out 5 tricks on the not so easy to skate vert wall at the Mr. Wilson skatehall in Kassel.
Film/Edit: Lenore Sparks
Sunday session at Bryggeriet
As it was raining all day on Sunday some vert hungry skaters were more than happy when John Magnusson opened up the Bryggeriet skatepark for a night session on the vert ramp.
– Riley Stevens was shredding hard on his first session on a vert ramp.
– Chris Russell did frontside hip-hop inverts… wow, try that, threw some eggs and did head high frontside airs.
– Willis Kimlbel was flying over the ramp with boned out bs airs and tall andrecht handplants.
– Tyler Edtmayer showed some high airs.
– Mark Scott caused some chaos.
– Alex Sorgente smashed the coping with his body jars.
– Björn Lillesoe had nice bonelesses.
– Neal Hendrix stalled inverts to fakie and blasted some high airs.
– Sean Goff did smith grinds, sweepers and laybackairs.
– John Magnusson dropped in a few times and just did perfect runs with a ton of tircks.
Thanks to John Magnusson for the great session and a fun weekend in Malmö.
Photography by gerdrieger.com
Some more pics from the weekend.
Heavy clouds were hanging over Stapelbaddsparken skatepark all weekend with a short shower here and there but on sunday the rain just would not stop so it was decided to go with saturdays semi final results as the final results.
Murilo Perez – lien cross bone with style and power
Björn Lillesoe – boneless boost on the tall bank, hiding behind his board
Cory Juneau – fs noseblunt on the bank.
Ruari Britee Steer – flying in from Scotland with this FSA
Josh Rodriguez – boneless into the corner
Nick Peterson – crailslide
Alex Sorgente – powerful tailgrab
Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg – corner grind
Chris Russell – good buddy
1 KEEGAN PALMER 84
2 KALLE BERGLIND 82
3 OSVALD HARRYSSON 78
4 TYLER EDTMAYER 73
5 HERMAN MÖLLER 71
6 HUGO BOSERUP 69
7 ALANA SMITH 60
8 SIMON SAL 58
9 LUDVIG HÅKANSSON 56
10 MARKUS LINK 54
11 JONAS BÜNGER 53
12 ALESSANDRO MAZZARA 52
13 GABRIEL VIKING 51
14 LEON RÜB 46
15 AXEL KÄLLMEN 43
16 CARLOS THÖRNBERG 40
17 JAKOB KRISTOFFERISCH 39
18 WILLIAM PERSSON 38
19 LUDWIG LILJA 37
20 MILO WADSTRÖM 36
21 FINNIAN ROCILLO-MARTIN 30
22 CARL ÅSTRÖM 29
23 FELIX KÖPPE 29
24 NILS CERVIN 23
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1 ALANA SMITH US
2 JULIA BRÜCKLER AUT
3 EMMA FASTESSON LINDGREN SWE
4 MIMMI LECKIUS SWE
5 AMELIA BRODKA US
6 LOIS PENDLEBURY UK
7 SARAH MEURLE SWE
8 HELENA LONG UK
9 TONJE PEDERSEN NOR
10 MARY SWEET FRA
11 KATTA STERNER SWE
12 JOHANNA JUZELIUS SWE
1 OSKAR ROZENBERG HALLBERG 90
2 ALEX SORGENTE 85
3 CHRIS RUSSELL 83
4 CORY JUNEAU 82
5 BJÖRN LILLESOE 80
6 MURILO PEREZ 79
7 DALTON DERN 77
8 DANNY LEON 77
9 CODY LOCKWOOD 76
10 JOSH BORDEN 75
11 NICK PETERSEN 75
12 SIMON KARLSSON 72
13 JOSHUA RODRIGUEZ 72
14 KEVIN KOWALSKI 70
15 ALEX HALLFORD 70
16 FERNANDO BRAMSMARK 69
17 GUILLAME MOCQUAIN 68
18 WILLIS KIMBEL 66
19 MATTIAS INGERSTEDT 64
20 JULIEN BENOLIEL 63
21 HUNTER OKANO 64
22 DAVID STENSTRÖM 64
23 STEFAN BOUSSAC 62
24 DRAKE MOHR 62
25 SKY SILJEG 61
26 MARTINO CATTANEO 61
27 RILEY STEVENS 60
28 ROBBIE RUSSO 59
29 DANIEL VARGAS 58
30 DANNY TUMIA 58
31 ANDREAS LINDSTRÖM 56
32 VINCENT MATHERON 54
33 FRANK FARIA 53
34 ADAM HOPKINS 51
35 BALDER LEHMAN 50
36 DANIEL CUERVO 48
37 TREVOR MORGAN 42
38 JEREMY TUFFLI 41
39 CHRISTOPHER BAJO 39
40 STEVEN REEVES 0
Some pics from this years Malmö Ultra Bowl.
Everybody was looking forward to todays finals at the Stapelbaddsparken but due to some heavy rain the finals have been canceled and the results from yesterdays semi finals are the final results
See results here
More photos and info soon
Cory Juneau, indy air
Chris Russell, fs ollie
Riley Stevens, FSA into the corner
Björn Lillesoe, fs ollie
Rollbrett e.V. Premier- a lost art of video premier gatherings revisited
I can’t even remember the last time I went to a skate-video premier: maybe at the Blue Bird Theater, or Andenken art gallery in Denver 2006? Not sure. Nonetheless, I watch more and more clips and less and less ‘videos’ as I de-evolve from being a present part of the skateboard social scene to a dusty digital lurker.
So, it was really nice to physically go to a premier, skateboard, drink beers, and watch the new short video Fred Simmons shot over the winter in the excellent non-profit indoor skate park ran by the local skate club Rollbrett e.V. I often bore of skatepark footy, but Fred invigorated the otherwise sterile park environment into a colorful backdrop for great tricks. The video was cleverly edited and skaters included Fred himself (I say, video MVP), Switch Steffen, Gert Mema, Patrick Federlechner, me, Alex Mizurov, Johannes Haist, Nico Manz, Dennis, Carlo, Little Reece, Steffen Capitano, and Victor Schmidt to name a few. Thanks to Fred and the Rollbrett e.V. for hosting a premier. We should all seriously do this more often. -LS
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Hello Dear readership. This is the second installment of “Bandsalat”, courtesy of Bailgun. And today we’re bringing you some serious “Stoner Rock”! Randy Holden! It really doesn’t get much heavier than this as far as guitar gnarlers go. One of the first bands he was in was “The Fender IV” who did this burly rendition of
“Mar Gaya”, a ripping surf guitar instrumental. He went on to play in a bunch of other bands after that, but it wasn’t until he joined Blue Cheer, maybe the first Heavy Metal band, that he really started to stretch his stoner wings. In 1969 he formed a band with one other guy and called it “Population 2” as it was just the two of them. The record is nearly impossible to to find even on CD, but if you’re into Stoner Rock or heavy duty guitars then you might want to give it a shot. Until next time, this is Bandsalat saying “Get stoned”!