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The Justme Website is based out of Oslo, Norway, and follows skateboarding and related topics in Norway and world wide.

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The Justme Website offers relevant news and events, as well as access to the content of our online encyclopedia of skateboarding and related topics, trough search and various guides, such as the spotguide.


The Justme Website was started by Tommy Jrgensen in 1999, as a personal website with links and information for the not so Internet savy.

By 2001 private FTP based filesharing amongst members of a small invite only community had become the main focus and content driver, and the site consisted mainly of information about; music, movies, television shows, games, apps, books etc.

When filesharing became illegal in Norway in 2006, the focus changed to focus on social networking and online resources. Trough the JustSynch app, users could synch their contacts, calendar, bookmarks and item-lists from the website with their computers and smartphones, as well as get notifications from the site about messages and updates. When Facebook became popular, activity on the site died out.

In 2007 The Justme Website started writing about skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing, but has since focused mainly on skateboarding.


The Justme Pocket Spotguide was released trough Jean TV in 2008.

NORB and The Justme Website released Skate Spotguide Oslo in conjunction with NORB NM 2013 in Oslo.


The first Justme promotional skateboard decks were made in 2008.

2008: Oslo Bowl Skateboard Deck

In 2009 a series of decks were made in collaboration with The Bhug Strips.

2009: Justme Bhug Mosquito
2009: Justme Bhug Fisk
2009: Justme Bhug Balloon Man
2009: Justme Bhug Familiefar

Various t-shirts, hats and other promotional items have also been available.


In 2009 a skateboard team was started to promote The Justme Website.

2009: Christopher Alstermo
2010: Jon Harald Aspheim

In 2010 the focus switched, as random session footage was piling up, and people in the crew that skated together were added to the team to make the Randomz video.

2010: Freddy Kjernet
2011: Bjrn Terje Gulbrandsen
2011: Audun Mehl
2011: Henry Calmeyer


The domain was registered in 2003.

Due to the increase in traffic from mobile devices, The Justme Mobile Guide was released as a patch. The mobile version of the website was discontinued in 2016, with the introduction of a fully responsive design that delivers all content on all platforms.

Related Stuff

Below are the latest related articles. See the full list of articles for more related news and updates.

Startpage Filter(s) Update [10/3/2017]
IN NORWAY has let you view The Justme Website startpage with content related only to Norway. Now some new country filters have been added to the menu!

Merry Christmas 2016 [24/12/2016]
The Justme Website wishes everyone a Merry Christmas.

1000, 2000: A Skatespot Update [4/11/2016]
The skatespot guide on The Justme Website now has more than 1000 skateparks and skatespots mapped in Norway, and over 2000 spots world wide.


Watch the latest related videos below, or go to the full collection of videos.

2012: Trailers and Clips
Justme Teaser #2 / New Year 2011-2012 / Featuring Audun Mehl, Chrisopher Alstermo, Bjrn Gulbrandsen, Freddy Kjernet, Henry J Calmeyer and Tommy Jrgensen.
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2012: Trailers and Clips
Justme 2011 Teaser #1 featuring Audun Mehl, Chrisopher Alstermo, Bjrn Gulbrandsen, Freddy Kjernet, Henry J Calmeyer, Kjetil Krogvold, Espen Red, Alex Holm, Erik Thommesen, Lars Andreas Bckmann, William Wallentin, Eileen Wikery Pettersen and Vivi.
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2011: Welcome Videos
The Justme Website welcomes Henry Calmeyer to the team with this short leftover clip from the Jordal bowl. Stay tuned for the main course.
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Below are the latest related images. See the full image collection for more photos.

2016: Advertisments: Show Picture
The Justme Website 2001 World Wide Skatespots Ad

2016: Advertisments: Show Picture
The Justme Website 1001 Norwegian Skatespots Ad

2016: Advertisments: Show Picture
The Justme Website 1000 Norwegian Skatespots Ad

Go Fish:

Below is some stuff that might be related, just not properly connected yet.

Spotcheck: Jordal Bowl April 2017 [19/4/2017]
The bowl has been cleaned, and missing screws have been replaced. Here are some pictures from a session in the bowl at Jordal Skatepark.

Spotcheck: Tyenpuppen April 2017 [9/4/2017]
Here are some pictures from Tyenpuppen today.

Spotcheck: Frognerkilen Skatepark March 2017 [26/3/2017]
Some footage from our visit to Frognerkilen.

Spotcheck: Jordal Skatepark March 2017 [26/3/2017]
Here are some pictures from our visit to the skatepark at Jordal. The park has since been cleaned.

Spotcheck: Fyrstikkalleen Skatepark March 2017 [26/3/2017]
The skatepark at Fyrstikkalleen Skole is good to go.

Oslo Spring 2017 #1 [21/3/2017]
The snow is retreating, so we checked out some Oslo skateparks and skatespots last week.

Grind TV Top 5 Skate Trip Cities [26/2/2017]
Grind TV has an article about the best five cities for a skateboard trip.

Lend A Skateboard At Oppegrd Library [13/10/2016]
Framtiden i vre hender Oppegrd and Oppegrd Bibliotek has started lending out equipment, including skateboards, at the library.

NORB NM 2016 Stavanger Skatespot Guide [19/7/2016]
The Norwegian skateboard championships are being held at the new Tasta Skatepark in Stavanger, but the city and surrounding area also has a lot of other skateparks and skatespots you might want to check out while you are there.

Kickbike Problems at Tasta Skatepark [13/7/2016]
Skateboarders in Stavanger dispair over kids on kickbikes that create dangerous situations at the new Tasta Skatepark, even at times reserved for skateboarding.