Covid-19 Measures

Social-distancing measures in Hong Kong will be tightened further from Wednesday 29th July 2020 onwards. Hong Kong will enact a 2-person limit on group gatherings to control the escalating Covid-19 outbreak. Dining-in at restaurants will also be banned from Wednesday 29th July 2020 and mask-wearing will be compulsory in outdoor public places.
No exemption will be granted for exercise, and that includes skateboarding.

Interview with X-Venture

次要介紹既Skater係踩左30年板既Warren R. M. Stuart,佢接觸過好多唔同既專業 / 業餘 Skater,咁究竟佢覺得踩板最緊要有咩態度呢? PS : 想將踩板變成職業既你,唔睇你就真係走寶!! #堅持 #踩30年板 #香港滑板界前輩 #yos #xventure #個人專訪 一年一度X-VENTURE Skateboarding Competition 又黎啦, 今年會有4個唔同既比賽比大家參加,男女老少都有份玩!! 6/12青衣Skatepark見 #yos #xventure #Skater #enjoy #6/12

Video Clips

走街’記錄了九十年代中至二千年代末香港的滑板進程。視頻出自三位滑板攝錄師包括許家偉,Nigel Ong,Warren Stuart的數碼攝錄機,由多位滑手日以繼夜拍攝。 九十年代末香港街頭正值百花齊放的年代。開放,自由,街頭充滿活力,各式各樣的文化靜寂地萌芽,滑板亦然。燃燒的青春為街頭添上顏色。 A visual chronicle by videographers Obeyjeffism Hui , Nigel Ong and Warren Stuart, Street Rolling looks back at the evolution of skateboarding in Hong Kong between the mid-1990s and the late 2000s. Hog Kong in the late 1990s gave free rein to street cultures galore. It was open, free, full of energy. Among others, Skateboarding rose above the concrete jungle, taking over the streets with the blaze of youth. 香港滑板店 8FIVE2 HKIT SBC Skate shop