Kids Skateboarding

10-year-old skater Asher Bradshaw just landed a 900 in a concrete bowl

Yes, Asher Bradshaw was the youngest to ever land a 900 last year. But that was on a halfpipe, so this year he's raised the ante by dropping one in a concrete bowl. Yes. A 10-year-old. Doing a 900. In a concrete bowl. What is the world coming to?

11-year-old skater does 12 540's in-a-row, becomes dizziest kid ever

Skater Evan Doherty is only 11-years-old, but he's already earned the nickname "Big E." At the El Gato Classic in Palm Springs, California Big E dropped 12 540's in-a-row on the halfpipe. In the process he stole the title of dizziest kid ever away from Asher Bradshaw (the 10-year-old who dropped that nasty 900).

Skateboard anatomy lessons are more fun when they're in Spanish

It's time to get bilingual when setting up a new deck.
For the latest episode of "Skate Sketch," artist Andy Davis and animator Randall Christopher came up with a clever way to showcase all the parts that go into a skateboard, from bolts to bearings. Andy's son Noah provides the narration in both English and Spanish. So the next time you need to pick up some new bolts at a skate shop in Mexico, you'll be able to ask for ocho tornillos.

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