Here is an update from Breckenridge, CO. The guys are flying through this project. With the amount of work they are getting done, each day the park looks a little more fun than the last. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all of the progress on this and other projects.
When Joe Storm isn’t pouring concrete, he is skating it, and if you have ever watched him skate then you already know how stylish/effortless this trick was. This photo is the kind of photo you can stare at for hours. Phenomenal camera work Coburn Huff!
Field Report from Breckenridge, CO. Despite the absurd amount of rain that the crew has been facing, they have managed to throw up the tarps and get a ton
of work done. Pay close attention to the progress of this park because it is moving fast. You can keep up with all of our updates on Facebook and Instagram.
We’ve all seen a snake in a tree before, but have you ever seen a tree in a snake? I think it is safe to say that this snake run is going to be equally as photogenic as it is fun.
Here is the latest update from Breckenridge, CO. After a few hiccoughs in the beginning, we are well underway on the construction of this
soon-to-be mountain mecca of a skate park. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with the progress as we continue moving along on
this and all of our other awesome projects.
Here are a few pictures of the street course coming to life. This park has a little bit of everything which is going to make it fun for everyone! Keep up with us on Facebook for more updates.
Checking in from Loveland, CO. The snake run is coming to life and looking like it is going to be loads of fun. Also here is a glance at the street course. With the combination of this a-frame, multiple rails, ledges, granite and more Loveland is about to have the dream park for any and every skateboarder out there!
The snake run in Loveland is coming together and looking like it is going to be hours of fun!
Strange Notes (in association with Independent Trucks and OJ Wheels) newest installment of their “In The Parks” series was filmed at our very own Lafayette, CO Skate Park with Willy Akers. This video is awesome to watch. Willy manages to skate nearly every inch of the 19,000 square foot park, and he makes it look easy.