It seems like these guys are always on awesome road trips! Chance is a Canadian brand doing things right! The boards are amazing and the team of homegrown talent includes our very own Josiah Cariou. Here’s a vid they made on their most recent trip to the sun:
Our boy Colton Klatt lives in Calgary but loves our shop. He buys all his decks from us and comes shopping and skating whenever he can. He’s a true skate-rat and his skating has been progressing like crazy. He even brought his crew to come skate with the BadVibes 3 crew as we barged cowtown. Check out his edit he just got finished. We’re backing this guy and his crew!
What is a “trick”? Is it a flip, grab or grind that has already been done by some professional or seen in some magazine? Is it anything you want to do on your skateboard that’s fun to you? I think it’s the latter. I’ve seen enough nollie flips and frontside feebles to last a lifetime. Jason Park thinks differently and I’m glad he does. Eat this:
Welcome Skateboards are skateboards. They have really cool shapes that make you wanna do new old tricks and listen to those Devo CDs your Dad has in the garage. We have them so come check ‘em out. Here’s some of the Welcome team raiding NYC:
The City of Leduc hosted its annual Go Skateboarding Contest and it was the best the ever! There was a great turnout and great skateboarding. The level of talent was super impressive and everyone had an awesome time. Thanks to the City of Leduc and Fourwheel Co. for helping us make this event so successful! Also thanks to our boy Nathan Hardy for filming and putting together this edit, not to mention taking home first place for intermediate!
The City of Leduc is hosting a Go Skateboarding Day Contest at the Leduc Skatepark Saturday, June 21 from 4pm to 6pm and your boys from Rumor will be there. The City has purchased tons of prizing for the event and you know there will be pizza as well. Come skate and have fun!
We’re all super excited about Jake Tempan’s new video. Named after the infamous hotel in Leduc, Alberta this video is more about how you get there and the things you do along the way. Pure street skating with your friends, it doesn’t get any better.
If you grew up skating in the 90′s you loved Jeremy Wray. He skates big stuff so gracefully. He skates like a man; with power but also finesse. If you haven’t heard of him or forgot about him, its time to get reminded of a true legend: