This Saturday, October 31, 2015
The 3nd Annual Crazy Kyle Slappy Slaughter!
Parking Block Skate Jam and BBQ Slappy and Costume Contest.
Come out for a day of curb smashing and dressing up like weirdos, Have some BBQ and PICK UP YOUR TRASH!
Huge thanks to our sponsors for hooking up product for prizes! Black Label Skateboards, Hailey’s Print Shop, Silly Girl Skateboards, Original Betty, Assault Skateboards, Stance, Bones Wheels, Powell-Peralta, Bones Bearings, spank. Beer Savage, Vagrant Skates, Hurt Life Skateboards, SoCal SkateShop, and Jokers Skate Shop.
Saturday October 31, 2015 12-5pm
NEW LOCATION: FULLERTON SKATEPARK
Independence Park of Fullerton 801 W Valencia Dr Fullerton, CA 92832
Music by DJ Don Cesar
Bring a chair if you want a seat for spectating.
Bring cash if you plan on getting food & beverages. (Will be able to take credit/debit for T-shirts/ Koozies and stickers.
This year we will be raising money for Kevin Burke because he needs surgery. For the Silly Girl team trip as well as raising money for Fullerton skatepark.
OK, maybe it does sometimes. That time just happened to be on this year’s Crazy Kyle Slappy Slaughter. The good thing about this event is that it brings out a solid crew of skaters that don’t give a fuck about rain. In fact, the added sketchiness and uncertainty made for an even more amazing time.
KB clears a path to his sketchy wall ride creation during a break in the weather.
Phony Alva (Nathan Rennie) brought some heavy slappy game.
The Slappy Slaughter was generously hosted again this year by Matt Gaudio and Hailey Villa at Pink Widow Distribution in Fullerton CA. With the help of Kyle Mitchell, we constructed a 18 foot parking block and Kevin Burke hand crafted a super sketchy wall ride that pulled the whole parking lot jam together.
Josh Mattson transfers into first place
Ronnie Yerman, last year’s Slappy Slaughter winner, front slider.
A bunch of familiar faces and tons of new comers. Everyone that came out, young and old, all had smiles on their rain soaked faces. Wouldn’t of had it any other way.
Crazy Kyle Approved.
Cesar provided the soundtrack and killed it all day long.
Taco Dudes lunch time rush
Ryan Stewart went full speed since the moment he got there, raining or not.
Tristan Rennie with Yamo coming in hot.
Chuck Hults – ruling as always and took home the Ninja Style/Beer Savage award.
Heavy Metal Chuck
Eric Sheppard’s skating and fashion sense blew minds all day.
Crazy Kyle and Cesar Rimoldi – Doubles run.
1. Josh Mattson
2. Eric Sheppard
3. Jake Peluso (Crazy Kyle forfeited 3rd and chose Jake to take his place)
4. Ryan Stewart
5. Nathan Rennie
6. Ronnie Yerman
Most OG Style Award: Eric Sheppard
Ninja Style/Beer Savage Award: Chuck Hults
At the end of the day it wasn’t about a contest or winning anything, it’s about the pure fun of skateboarding, listening to music, and hanging with friends. Until next time.
Huge thank you to Pink Widow, DJ Don Cesar, Black Label Skateboards, Olloclip, Vagrant Skates, Hailey’s Print Shop, Silly Girl Skateboards, The Original Betty Skateboard Co., Stance Socks, Hurt Life Skateboards, Beer Savage, spank., Taco Dudes and to everyone that braved the rain and made this an epic event!
The 2nd Annual Crazy Kyle Slappy Slaughter
Parking Block Skate Jam and Slappy Contest
Sunday November 30, 2014 12-5pm
Pink Widow Distribution, 727 S. State College, Suite D, Fullerton, CA 92831
DJ Don Cesar will be spinning the heaviest jams
Taco Dudes will have tastiest tacos for sale
SLAPPY SLAUGHTER T-SHIRTS
Slappy Slaughter shirts are available now at RADBALLS.BIGCARTEL.COM as a pre-order to help pay for some of the event costs.
– EVERY PRE ORDER WILL RECEIVE A FREE SLAPPY SLAUGHTER KOOZIE –
We will have a very limited amount of t-shirts for sale at the event, so order now to guarantee you will get one. You can pickup your shirt the day of event or choose the shipping option and we will ship anywhere in the continental US.
Exposure: A Women’s Skateboarding Benefit Event was held this past Saturday at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA in Encinitas, California. Female shredders from all over the globe came out to participate in the vert and bowl contest.
San Pedro has a new skatepark and it rules! Lance Mountain and the San Pedro Skatepark Association did a great job in making sure the Peck Park Skatepark was built right. Spent most of the time rolling around, but managed to fire off a few shots of the heavy bowl sesh.