Dakota Faircloth and Syngen Bingham having fun in the waves and behind the camera.
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March 4th, 2015
March 2nd, 2015
Fyasko explorers the “Stiles Brothers” surfing in Puerto Rico during a few swells.
February 27th, 2015
The “Pay The Rent” crew consists of Daniel Salazar, Brian Pracht, Nick Guin, Jared McDaniel, Ryan Farnes, and Ryan Pluche. Traveling east to Minnesota, where Publik Snowboards Owner (Ryan Farnes) grew up. He took the boys back in time, to his roots filming night and day. Check out there adventure, skinny stances and a lot more.
February 23rd, 2015
February 19th, 2015
Fyasko welcomes 12 year old shredder Dylan Mills to the Fyasko skate team. Look for big things from this little dude!
NAME: Dylan Mills
HOMETOWN: Laguna Niguel
CURRENTLY LIVE: Laguna Niguel
WHO OR WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO START SKATING?
At my grandmas house and my uncle ollied over a bucket. I thought it was to coolest thing ever…
TELL ME ABOUT YOUR FIRST SKATEBOARD?
I went down to Sports Chalet and got me a Tony Hawk board.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT SKATING?
All of the people you meet and the feeling when you land a trick, you have been trying.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE SKATE SPOT?
When I was about ten I went to this handrail by my friends house in LA and it was just super fun.
OTHER INTEREST, SPORTS OR HOBBIES?
Playing bass guitar
FAVORITE SPOT TO EAT POST SKATE?
Panda Express for sure.
Broken Elbow at my friends house.
5 OF YOUR FAVORITE BANDS/ARTISTS RIGHT NOW?
Led Zepplin, Dead Kennedys, Cage The Elephant, Beastie Boys, and White Stripes
FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM?
I don’t watch sports/no cable.
MOST INSPIRATIONAL PERSON?
HOTTEST CELEBRITY CRUSH?
IF YOU COULD BE AN OLYMPIAN IN ANY SPORT WHAT WOULD IT BE?
HOW CAN WE FOLLOW YOU? FACEBOOK? INSTAGRAM? TWITTER?
My family and friends!
February 12th, 2015
February 4th, 2015
Fyasko surfer Dave Stiles took a trip to explore Culebra:
“Located about nineteen miles east of Puerto Rico, Culebra is the smallest of the inhabited Spanish Virgin Islands. With about a third of the island being a wildlife refuge the island is bursting with wildlife. There are waves to surf all over the island depending on the swell direction so I always bring my boards & cameras. The water is crystal clear because there is virtually no run-off or rivers on the island, making it extremely photogenic. Culebra is also home to a lot of beautiful art, murals & sculptures are encouraged and visible almost everywhere you go. This trip the waves were the biggest I have seen at Culebra (6-8 ft.) so I got to surf a few more spots than usual.”
-Davey Stiles @stilesdavey
January 29th, 2015
January 24th, 2015