Concrete Wave Summer 2005

#1

Just picked up a copy at lunch - not sure if it has been out a while (don’t think so). Great article on Tony Hallam’s favourite boards, and an amazing pic of a new skatepark in the Caymen Islands on the editor’s letter page (and some other shots here: http://eastcoastaholic.com/caymanislands.htm) Now to convince the family that should be our next holiday destination!

As someone who works in publishing and has previously looked after niche titles (including Australian Skateboarding), I reckon Concrete Wave is one of the best examples of a title that really knows how to talk to its audience. Brilliant stuff.

#2

Check this one out of the Cayman Park! http://www.sitedesigngroup.com/photos/93_Cayman%20Finish%2001.jpg

#3

It is a gr8 mag, glad to see it is becoming available locally. I subscribe another good one we dont get is Juice

#4

Thats totaly amazing. Would need lights on wheels to session that mother.

#5

CW is the Skateboarder of the twenty-first century.

I look forward to the latest uissue as much as I did Skateboarder in 1979.

The black pearl park looks too big to be true huh?

#6

Now to win Lotto - so I can build a replica here in Sydney!!!

#7

your misses will never let you do that!

#8

Lotto wouldn’t be enough Col. Parra is costing $225K.

Talking CW. I was re-reading an old issue (as you do) and coveting that NY guys private ramp in outer New Jersey built by Team Pain. All timber inside a warehouse - how’d you like to be close person friends with THAT guy?

#9

I reckon Joe the Greek concreter from Melbourne could do it cheaper than that!

Hmmm - perhaps buy a warehouse and recreate that wooden structure in CW? It makes Hully’s ramp look kinda small bickies (and have fun there tonight folks!).

#10

Yep…I’ve died and gone to HEAVEN!!!

Wonder how much it costs to get there…(might have more chance of making it to heaven, then… maybe not!!!)

#11

Joe the Greek concreter did a nice job at Northcote. pleased to say we’re back in action.

#12

i am involved with the wave mag,i am hopefully bringing a dist deal with me from the u.k. in december when we emigrate to oz,look out for it dudes… :wink: sshhh! i’ve said to much already…blabbermouth :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

#13

hey boomer and bring some walkers crisps , yorkie bars ,and toffee crisps (only joking) got a copy of the australian doco tic tac to heelflip for you to let you know what your in for

#14

cool mate, do i need to bring pot noodles as well ???lol :laughing:

#15

whoops forgot to log in ,that was me :blush:

#16

Actually for all you ex-pat pommies, a shop just opened in Bondi Junction (the name of which escapes me!) which sells all that sort of U.K. stuff like your Pot Noodles, tea, Yorkie Bars, etc…

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#18

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#19

WTF has proxy shit got to do with skating…maidservant, please go tidy up on some other site

#20

Do you not have the ability to remove this maidservarse Braden?

What about appointing a couple of moderators? You’re not able to be at the computer 24-7, a moderator can do some of the admin for you.