Supreme put out it’s first shop video in quite some time. It was filmed, edited, and directed by New York based videographer William Strobeck. The video features Tyshawm Jones, Sage Elsesser, Sean Pablo, Na-Kel Smith, Kevin Bradley, Aiden Mackey, Paulo Diaz, Mark Gonzalez, Dylan Rieder, Alex Olsen and Jason Dill.
This Saturday March 22nd will be round two of the Karnage at the Kitchen. Like last year it will be a Texas Death Match with cash and prizes from Plague Hardware, DLXSF, Vox Footwear, and Assault Skateboards for those who survive. It will be $10 to skate and $5 to spectate. This will be the last official event at the current Skate Kitchen location so make sure you attend because this spot will be gone soon.
The event runs from 12:00 noon to 6:00pm and the address of the Skate Kitchen is 1835 E30th, Cleveland, OH 44114.
A skateboard event to kick off the public launch of the ( / ) No skateboarding App now available on the Appstore: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/no-skateboarding/id720893662?mt=8Location – House Skate Park • Address – 1213 Shoal Creek Boulevard Austin, TX 78701 • Event – Public Event ( FREE ) Anyone can skate/Anyone can win cash• Date: Sat March 15th • Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm • $1,000 Cash Purse + $1,000′s of dollars in merchandise giveaways! -First 10 check-ins using the No Skateboarding app day of the event get cash! -Luck of the Draw check-ins get cash! -Best trick gets cash! -Most ridiculous trick gets cash! -Any other reason to give away cash…we will do it!
I recall watching Ben Raybourn skating at the 1031/Landshark Dead of Winter tour stop at the now defunct Ohio Surf & Skate about four years ago. There was a small quarterpipe built in the shop with a few pieces of plywood for a run-up with duct tape on the seams where the boards met. It was cool to see Ben ripping and having fun with his tour-mates then and it’s great to see that he’s keeping it going now.
After moving the shop into a larger space, Tristar Skateboards founder Jim Sakaley didn’t waste much time before he put his plan in motion to build out the shop, setup the skateboard museum with with skate related antiquities, and finally building out the large open area of the space with a skatepark.
The park is not completed but from these pictures you can tell that the figurehead of the park is well under way. The 28 foot wide spine ramp includes the main 4 foot transitions with a 6 foot setback which you can see here.
You also have a 7 foot extension on the opposing side, shown above. Will we see pool block on that extension?
There is also a curved roller running against the wall! I’m going to make the assumption that the conduit on the wall will be removed to allow some lines up on that cinderblock.