If you haven’t already seen footage of Amanda Pérez skating, you’re seriously missing out. Moving from Uruguay to Madrid, Spain as a kid, Amanda now resides in the UK and is a member of South London skate company Blast Skates. Today her collection dropped over on the Blast site. Consisting of a limited edition @creepiestoysContinue reading “BLAST SKATES – Interview with Amanda Pérez and Matt Bromley.”
Forget chocolate eggs, this Sunday (April 4th) we’re running a nationwide Easter hunt, with all kinds of prizes from some of our favourite skate shops across the country. Clues will be posted on social media throughout the day, leading you to a legendary local spot where either the goodies or a token will be stashed.Continue reading “Girl Skate UK Easter Hunt! 🥚”
Spring is (finally) in the air! We’re doing a bit of spring cleaning at the GSUK HQ and to make room for some lovely new products we have coming up soon, we are hosting a pretty epic sale for this weekend only! Spend £15 and receive a massive 30% off your entire order with theContinue reading “SPRING SALE”
When Lucy Adams isn’t thinking or dreaming about skateboarding, she’s probably out skating. From ditching swimming lessons to go skate as a kid, being the only girl at UK comps and getting hooked up by her first sponsor Three Sixty Clothing in 2001. To making a proper name for herself on the competition circuit andContinue reading “Interview with Lucy Adams – ‘A Metre of Air’.”
Maité’s “From Broski 2 Proski” gets super funky – with her and her “GGs” bringing charisma, creativity and youthful energy across Europe and the UK in this joy-filled first pro part. Full of skits, sick tricks and sunny day nostalgia, this is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face.
It’s GSUK’s 7th birthday (wahoo!), which should mean skating, good vibes, and most importantly: cake. In past years GSUK have hosted a fair share of bumper birthday bashes, with giveaways, raffles, and competitions at indoor parks around the country, including Flo and Broom skateparks in Nottingham and Leicester. But sadly, in light of the pandemicContinue reading “HAPPY BIRTHDAY GSUK!”