Chris Senn introduces Issue 59, which begins with a Duffs Controlled Chaos featuring 411 coverboy Ragdoll, along with Adam Alfaro, Stacy Lowery, Jason Adams and newcomer James Atkin. Satori brings the good will of skateboarding on a Road Trip to Puerto Rico, finding new and unseen spots. Matt Pailes, Karl Watson, Jake Rupp and Lucian Moon all take part in molding some less-than-smooth areas into workable spots. Hailing from SF by the way of Washington DC by the way of Indonesia, Jackson Curtin's smooth tech gnar attack lands him the Wheels of Fortune. Two Pro Setups grace issue 59: Cairo Foster and Danny Supa both break down what they ride. 411 was on hand to cover the biggest video premiere of the year so far, Girl Skateboards' Yeah Right. Get all the hilarious commentary from Kirk Dianda's red carpet interviews. Two of the year's biggest and best contests, Tampa Pro and Vancouver Slam City Jam, are covered in Issue 59. The Tampa article gives a small preview to the full length Tampa Pro video, coming soon from 411 Productions. Chaos gets a new look, produced completely in black and white and featuring all tricks you don't see too often. Chris Senn closes Issue 59 with a Day in the Life article, taking place entirely in his hometown of Grass Valley, CA. Chris sits down to discuss his artwork, his forest home, and the construction of the Grass Valley skateboard park. Senn's Day in the Life includes skateboarding from members of the Adrenalin team and Element Pro, Tosh Townend.