We’re all about growing the tribe here at LDPCast and this episode is a blue print for how to build a grass roots skate squad. In our sixth interview we speak with Marta and JT, founders of Sk8pak Miami. This loose knit crew of skaters is more than 100 strong and they meet weekly [...]
For our fifth episode, which feels like a mile stone, we are joined by the Tucker family, Harrison and Robert. We hear nutrition tips and get some background on this family skate team. Also introducing IDSA correspondent Calleigh Little to share some background on the latest US adventure race, Sleep Away Camp. Gear list [...]
We speak with Kent Lingeveldt of Alpha Longboards. Kent is based in Cape Town, South Africa and is a life long skater, community activist, board shaper, photographer, entrepreneur and so much more. We had fun with this one and hope you enjoy. Thanks for listening. Apartheid history: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartheid Kent Lingeveldt contacts: Instagram: Kent Lingeveldt Facebook: Kent [...]
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Rick Pronk! World Record holder, Mr. 500k, a gentleman AND a scholar. We had a really fun time with this one. Rick is a world class athlete and a stand up guy, he shares experiences and tips with us on what it takes to get through a (successful) world record attempt and gives us [...]
In this episode we speak with Jack Smith, the first person known to have ridden a skateboard across the United States; the 1976 trip took 32 days and covered nearly 3,000 miles. Smith helped create the blueprint for SkateIDSA and has been at many of the most epic moments in skate history. This interview [...]
In this inaugural episode we interview two founders of the IDSA to hear the history of the organization and how we got to where we are toady. Both Andrew “La Máquina” Andras and Joner Strauss are well known figures in the sport having organized races for more than a decade. Andrew is a former [...]