Welcome to the brand new AllPogo.com. We are glad you are here, regardless of your skill level. Whether you are a seasoned pro or a new rider, we’re sure that you will find something new here to enjoy.
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Update as of 10/16/2022:
We are still recovering from a near-fatal webserver crash, one step at a time. Some images will not load currently, including our main background image. We hope to have that sorted out soon.
All sections of the Trick List have been organized by difficulty.
We are in the process of merging with Pogo History Channel! Updates on that coming soon.
For this week’s #TBT we’re dipping into our Vendetta Handrail archives for some pictures from throughout the years, featuring a handful of athletes. We’re just over a week away from our Winter Warm-up event, let’s see if anyone else will jump the famous #VendettaHandrail!
A year or two ago is when I first started seeing these Electric Air Compressors pop up throughout the community. After a bit of skepticism, I gave one a chance and absolutely loved it. After pogoing for Fifteen years and riding a Vurtego for the majority of that, I grow tired of constantly pumping my Vurtego up to my jumping pressure, only for it to inevitably leak back out because I forgot to tighten something, you get the idea. The cycle is endless. So when I saw these electric pumps I knew I had to get one. After a bit of research, I found a brand I liked online and went for it.
There are a few brands out there currently. I went with the Avid Power model, but I’m sure the Ryobi pump is great, especially if you have other Ryobi tools in your household. An obvious benefit to all of them is of course, that you can pump up tires with it as well. I am a cheapskate who only buys used tires so I am a frequent user of the free Wawa Air pumps. -> (Read More) ->
Basically the entire time i’ve been pogoing I’ve been taking photos and documenting my experience. Every once in a while I will dig through my archives and pull out some highlights and bring them new life. Here’s part of a multi-part series with ten photos throughout the last fifteen or so years. Keep an eye out for part 2 coming soon!
We are super excited to announce that Pogo History Channel has joined the AllPogo family! PHC has been a close partner since before AllPogo even existed, so we’re happy to be able to help bring it to its full potential. We’ll have more news soon, but for now here’s the new Pogo History Channel logo. Go check them out!