Mark-Andrew’s Skateboarding Travels
This page will contain all the content and links for my current and past travels on a skateboard. The rad places, scenes, and people I run into along the way will be here. How I’m making a living while skateboarding fulltime. Most importantly how others are living in these crazy days and making the fucking best of it all.
If you arrived here seeking a website or guidance, I’m offering complete website builds and instructions on how you can do this yourself. There is no more important time than now to take control of our businesses, our lives, and our community.
Background on skateboarding across the country taken from my original Instagram post June, 2019.
*Life and pandemic stopped me for a while, back to it July 2020.
“Heading out within 24 hours to skateboard from Boston, East Coast, to San Francisco, West Coast. How I got here I’ll fill in along the way, but mostly I’ll be sharing what being a ‘skater’ means to those of us not in the magazines via the lenses of the good folk I know will be throughout my path. It’s skateboarding, right? We wouldn’t be here if not for the abundance of awesome guys and girls that make up this thing we all love.
The newly minted website I built myself will be the repository for all things Nomad Skateboarding. The localskateshops and skateparks, the people and the roads traveled to get there, and most of all I want to answer the question: can you skate as your livelihood without being a pro or working in a shop? With all of the new tech and the ability to be connected with no fixed residence, are there more roads leading to a lifetime of skating that’s not secondary or in between or when you can?
I believe so. In fact I’m betting my life on it.
Thank you to @taborcoates, Teddy, whole @easternboarder crew for being some of the best humans there are…30 years strong. Now the shop is with @newtraditioncompany and @heartlandbarber. When everyone else questioned my sanity, this whole community did the opposite and gave me a place to count on for soul support. You should go by today and check out the new hand painted signage that welcomes you!”