Went out with Ozzie and KB to meet Jake, Randy and Doug in the desert a couple weekends ago. It was super hot and we almost went to jail, but wouldn’t have had it any other way. Always a good time skating with these dudes.
The start and almost the end of the day
Stoked we got to ride with Randy and Doug on their trip out here from New Orleans. They left us some stickers as a parting gift. Until next time…
Photos by Ozzie
Broken Magazine posted up so ripping footage from Butler’s a few years back.
Few dudes stoke me out as much as Matt Hensley. Legend.
We are having a photo show at Would Shop in Anaheim on Saturday, June 2, 2012, 7-10pm. Would Shop is located in The Community at 423 South Brookhurst Street, Anaheim, CA 92804.
One great thing about the Pro-tec Pool Party are the sessions that happen the days surrounding the event. Here are a few shots from Ben Butler’s the night before the big contest.
Chris Russell, frontside air to disaster
If you weren’t able to make it down Saturday and missed the live webcast, The Ride Channel and The Skateboard Mag have posted up some epic highlight videos.
Badlands Anniversary Bash, Saturday, May 19, 2012
The tentative time line is as follows:
Award Presentation 12:00–12:30
The Pipeline Skatepark Founder Stan Hoffman by City of Upland — Upland Skate Park
Skate Park Demo 12:00–1:30
Skateboarding legends at Upland Skate Park
Skateboarding legends at Utility’s Upland Store
Utility Board Shop: 167 N. Second Ave., Upland
“Bones Brigade” Showing 4:30–6:30
Special showing of Stacy Peralta’s NEW film — $10 ticket donation to the Tony Hawk Foundation. Buy tickets here: http://www.utilityboardsupply.com/Utility/Bones-Brigade-Movie-Ticket
The Grove Theatre, 276 East 9th Street, Upland
Sk8rospective Art Show 7:00–10:30
Featuring photos from the artists who captured skateboard history during The Pipeline era; including James Cassimus, Grant Brittain, Dave Swift, Jim Goodrich and Chris Ortiz. Live music by Powerflex 5. At Corey Miller’s Timeless Art Gallery, 126 N. 2nd Ave., Upland, CA 91786
Anthony coping is no joke. Sometimes getting a tiny scratcher is all it takes for a good time.
The tight and unforgiving.