Longboard Hockey Article in Heads Magazine

New article on Coast LongboardingsLongboard hockey league action in Heads magazine by me (Dave Thorvald Olson) and photos by Kris Krug (kriskrug.comstaticphotography.comflick.com/photos/kk/) – available as subscribe-able, ecological-responsible .pdf from Headsmagazine.com. Podcast coming soon on the Choogleon feed.

Longbord Hockey Article in Heads Magazine

Longbord Hockey Article in Heads Magazine
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See also:
Uncle Weed’s Tokes on the Porch blog entry
Longboard Hockey in Vancouver

for new heads magazine blog

and Tyee’s Longboarding Hockey article

Heads magazine‘s Skate/Surf issue included my “Headtrip” article “The First Rule of Longboard Hockey is …” about the renegade crew of longboard hockey players playing hardcore style in Vancouver. Heads is now available as .pdf (save the trees eh) loaded with rich media including my embedded video clips along with KK’s tasty snaps.
More Longboard hockey:
Tokes on the Porch blog at Heads
Choogle on podcast “Longboard Hockey for Four Twenty” (iTunes)
Feasthouse blog post “Longboard Hockey for Heads Magazine
CoastLongboardingLongboard Hockey League
Attack of Danger Bay fest
Longbord Hockey Article in Heads Magazine


2 thoughts on “Longboard Hockey Article in Heads Magazine”

  1. Hello,

    My name is Morgane and I represent Rayne Longboards in Vancouver BC. We are a longboard manufacturer that produces high quality performance orientated longboards. We have a talented team of longboarders from around the world and we try and highlight their amazing abilities as often as possible.

    Currently we are promoting a group of three unique longboarders who are currently traveling. We are promoting their current trip by revisiting their last mind blowing travel across Peru and Bolivia using an online video series which documented their trip. The series is now at episode #3 and covers the start of their journey. We would very much like for you to help us promote their efforts through your media.

    If you are interested in covering this exciting journey please email me back and I would love to work out the details.



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