This time we take our van into a ferry, leave the peninsula behind and sail through the Mediterranean sea to finally reach one of the places we most looked forward to go when we planned this trip: the beautiful island of Mallorca.
Contrary to the popular belief, the balearic islands are not all about sandy beaches and night partying, Mallorca is the mecca of extreme downhilling. In the slopes of Sa Calobra we definitely had the gnarliest skate session many of us have ever experienced in our longboard lifetime and this includes even Marisa. The road was long, with 20+ hairpins, breathtaking views, rocky terrain, and paradise beaches with deep blue water to cool down once the sessions were over.
On this stop we met up with our LGC redheaded Paula who showed her home-island off and Sophie, who flew all the way from Alicante to spend a couple of days together. We were welcome by the local riders, a lovely crew who shared their skating wisdom and made our riding on Sa Calobra unforgettable!
Special thanks to all of them!, also to the Mallorca Film Comission who helped us promote the project and make all the arrangements for our stay and to Balearia ferry company-who delivered us safely to this new adventure…
January 6th, 2017, No comments yet
What a beautiful edit! Our girl Amanda Powell is skating insanely beautiful spots while traveling with her Danes (fiancée Dane Webber and their dog Bixby, a great dane) on their new motor home: The Traveling [&hellip
October 8th, 2016, 1 Comment »
As you know we’ve teamed-up with Spike TV to shoot an ad for Fairfield Inn in San Diego. Amanda Powell and Amanda “Panda” Caloia were the chosen ones to represent Longboard Girls Crew values, message & [&hellip
October 6th, 2016, No comments yet
Our girl Amanda Powell is currently based in Los Angeles, California but just released an ode-video to her hometown in Marshfield, Massachusetts and her life filled with friends, skate & surf. Beautiful