Published on May 8, 2019 by
  • jenkemmag


What’s Rave Skateboards?

Basically, these dudes do weird (non-flipping) ledge combos, they love hitting super skinny French spots, and their special move is finding innovative ways to skate dildos. We’re glad to premiere their video, 153 Rue Du Palais Gallien, and introduce you to some foreigners you’ll probably be seeing more from in the future.

Enjoy the video above then read our mini Q&A with the Rave crew for some thought-provoking comparisons between ravers and skaters:

http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2019/05/08/premiere-rave-skateboards-153-rue-du-palais-gallien/

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