Dee Collins – Heelflip

Shot this photo of Dee Collins poppin’ this beastly heelflip down the big 4 in Derry back in May while he was filming for the Better Late Than Never video thats premieres next weekend in Rosys Skatepark in Derry.


Photo and words by Dale Gallagher.

I Do Feel Like Dancing

Another of the old edits from when filming Dirty Dublin.

Featuring: Gav Coughlan, Dion McGarrity, Keith Walsh and Snowy Brew.

Filmed and Edited by Ciaran Hughes.
Additional filming by NOB and Aaron Martin.

Wreckless Skatepark – Gorey

Wreckless Skatepark in Gorey have a little feature up on the Sidewalk Magazine website. Click the photo below to hear some words from them about getting the skatepark going, choosing who to build the skatepark, and also a gallery of photos from Craig Dodds of the park being ripped.


Rob Moss – Frontside Pivot Nosegrab

Fun Bobby
“A guy who is only fun when he is drunk. Otherwise he is pretty boring when he is completely sober. Often a reference to an episode of the sitcom Friends where Monica dated fun Bobby, who was not only boring, but downright depressing when sober.”


Photo and words by NOB.

Dion McGarrity – Ollie into Bank/Blind Bumps

This was a nightmare to try and shoot. With traffic driving through the roll away and people constantly walking in front of the camera mid trick, I wasn’t sure how much more Dion’s body could take each time it slammed into the middle of the road. I think this was the third one he had rolled away without someone standing in front of the camera.


Photo and words by Craig Dodds.

Keith Walsh B-Side

John Martin has put up a B-Side edit from Keith Walsh’s Boarderco section from the Summer. Watch below to see 15 minutes of extra footage, outtakes and slames.

Flysnap from Reuben Shortt

Reuben Shortt has put out another edit from Limerick with Cian Eades, Danny Shortt, Luke Shortt and Reuben himself skating the Mount Kennett Skatepark and a bit of street too.

Mikey Gordon – Ollie into Quarter

The ghetto quarter located just next door to the skatepark has seen better days and with the run up slowly disappearing ideas for new tricks are becoming slim. Mikey took it upon himself to skate it the opposite direction for a change.


Photo and words by Craig Dodds.