I once heard of a mutant that could twist space around him and now it seems that I have met him. From breaking the internet with THAT Backflip to blunt, to misty 900 battles and every other trick involving being upside down Max Anderson has been at the top of the Streetboard scene since he burst onto it in the mid noughties. Having traded the grey skies of London for the toxic sunsets of LA, The DRGNCAST hosts catch up with their old buddy for a chinwag on everything from Sam's dinner to bust ups in Shanghai.
For episode 11 of DRGNCAST we tracked down the elusive Jack Johnson. The man who suffered a horrific accident after the Streetboard Clinic and whom Left for Dead was named after. An absolute gentleman of our times we talk beer, politics and what Streetboarding has meant to him. Life’s a ride, and his one is wild.
We've got a very special guest for episode 10 of DRGNCAST: Mark Campbell. For those of you not familiar, he was the first person in the U.K. to sell Snakeboards. He was the man behind the classic "Explicit Tricks" T-shirt and even gives us a peek of the first ever Snakeboard long bar. So go and learn some true streetboard history over on our Youtube channel.
For this episode of DRGNCAST we spent time sitting down talking to the latest addition to the Dragan Team: Alex Villaneuva. Having been one of the up and coming Streetboarders from the Spanish scene, over the past 12 months he has come into his own. Spending his winter's Snowboarding, he has brought that free flowing style into his Streetboarding, as well as taking his technical skills the other way back onto the slopes. On top of that he runs his own video production company with a slew of slick edits to their name: Jinxo Films