Lib Tech Skate presents "Lib Legs 2013 (the Movie)"
Lib Tech Skate hits the road with rippers to rip ripping skateparks on unbreakable skateboards made by bitchin’ skateboarders with jobs in the USA (near Canada). These trips are known as LIB TECH LEGS. This movie features those Legs with skating from the likes of Sky Siljeg, Mikey Swearingen, Chad Fenlon and a bunch of other rippers. It’s a veritable roadhouse style roundhouse kick to the paunch of park skating! Hide your vert! These piles love tile!
Lib Tech Skateboard's NW Leg 2012 - The Washington Edition
Ripping around Washington State and shredding skate parks is never a bad idea. We did just that on a hot lap around Eastern Washington and a trip to the Peninsula for this Washington Leg. With the likes of Sky Siljeg, Mikey “L’il Swayze” Swearingen, Chad Fenlon and Edwin Swagerty in tow this was a D3 stomping, high heeled high kick of a good time. Look for more Legs kicking in your zone this summer especially if you’re from Vancouver, BC, Colorado or So-cal.
Lib Leg - Colorado Teaser
Lib Tech put the RAD in ColoRADo on the latest Lib Legs tour of the Front Range. Lib Rippers Sky Siljeg, Mikey “Lil Swayze” Swearingen, Chad Fenlon, Edwin Swagerty and Zion O’Friel along with photog Tim Zimmerman, TM and filmer Jesse Burtner, filmer Sean Lucey and events guy Krush piled into a long white van for four days of non-stop skating, backyard dream sessions, Black Sabbath playlists and mile-high headaches.
Lib Legs 2013 - Vancouver Teaser
Lib Skates headed up to Canada to shred parks, check out spots, get clips and meet rad people. It was a success!
Big huge thanks to the homies at Coastal Riders and The Boardroom who were genuine rippers and good peeps! Thanks for taking us around boys!
Lib Tech's "Lords of Seatown"
On September 15th the lords of the Seattle skate scene descended upon Marginal Way Skatepark to raise money for the park and battle it for some cash of their own at the first annual Lib Tech’s “Lords of Seatown”. This video is just a taste of the insanity that went down under the bridge that day; great skating, great bbq and over $2,600 raised for future improvements and upkeep of Marginal Way, it ruled. The only way to truly understand is to be there yourself, so we’ll see you there next year!