SUP Yoga is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK; the practise is fairly self explanatory - brave yogis risk the plunge as they perform the ancient art of yoga on a floating stand-up -paddle board.
After the success of our hour long skate classes throughout the summer, Boardettes introduced something bigger and better – the Skate Like A Girl intensive three-day course.
Get familiar with the UK girls skate scene and it is not only she shredders that will be encountered, but illustrators, photographers, filmmakers, fashion designers and entrepreneurs. These women
So, you’ve been skating for a while, you’ve got to grips with the basic tricks and started to add a few more technical ones to your repertoire. People may even be complimenting you on your skating ability (hopefully not by telling you that you’re a good skater… for a girl), it feels like now is the right time to try and get sponsored. Right?
Last weekend Harriet Alana, Boardettes head skate coach, headed over to the Skate Girls Productions Summer Jam at the Front Skatepark in Weymouth. With the summer sun and a perfect view of the waves
Harriet Alana guides us through slow doggy walks through snowy forests, 18th century fishing towns, a night in Estonia and getting her gnar-on in a bomb shelter.
Boardettes presents 'She Shreds' a short film following UK professional skater, Lucy Adams as she teaches and introduces women of all ages to the world of skateboarding.
Alise brings so much boundless energy and enthusiasm to every single shred session it would put an energiser bunny to shame. But as the summer is upon us and her beloved snow is well and truly melted from the mountains, Boardettes caught up with Alise to find out what a snow junkie like her does in the summer months.
Boardettes caught up with Spanish street artist Begoña, known better to the world of tagged brick walls as Boxhead: the namesake of her signature character who - you guessed it – wears a brown carton for a face.