Brian Douglas


And here's a sharp booster shot on an undeniable fact, in those uncertain times: Sabotage 5 is dat tape ya need for many reasons, including an important one: it will remain the last in-depth documentation of the skateboarding practiced at LOVE Park in its last years until it final demise. And that counts for something, right?


Well, you are in for a large serving of rougher than most spots, the find you do not want to fall on, here! All thanks toe the Adult heads, with a special mention to  NYC DIY main man, Jerry Mraz.

A future for LOVE!

The Sabotage heads announce here, with a bang, another full-length (the fifth already!) for the end of September, and document here the last hours of Love Park, apart from footage of carcass tossing in the fountain that should appear in a few more tourist video projects. No, we are talking about the locs, here, and their reality going through heavy changes. A bit like the VX 1000 version of Jonathan Renthscler's book

Philly alert!

Where we find out some die-hards still skate LOVE park, or should we say its ruins… Oh, and that the city has way more to offer than its classic spot! But that we knew already, thanks to Chris Mulhern amongst others!


Thanks to the Sabotage crew, we learned today that:
-a) On the spot, who has the largest body, priority will have.
-b) When a private corporation will anti-skate your spot, an online petition you will organize in order to lobby the local council… Oh, wait, nope. They don’t do it like that.

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