The first phase of Lincoln City’s Kirtsis Skatepark was completed in the summer of 1999. Fifteen years later, this world renowned shred zone still reigns in as one of the gnarliest and most creative forms of skate-able concrete in the country. It was one of the first sanctioned skateparks Mark Scott and crew were offered outside of what they did underneath the Burnside Bridge in Portland, Oregon. It now has 5 phases with a 6th phase sometime in the future and weighs in at 40,000 square feet.
Have a look at the celebration session with Kevin Kowalski, Mark Scott, Alex Foy, Sarah Scanlan and others.
Have a look at some of their Fall 2014 line of apparel at work while filmed during the Pura Pura skate park build in La Paz, Bolivia.
The Kickstarter effort with Skate Crate is over half way there! Lifelong skateboarder and founder, Dave Bergthold and his friends have been hard at work getting more people involved in the launch to bring this fun new skateboarding roots-centric project to market.
Drop on by the official Skate Crate Kickstarter page to view the videos, the Founder’s Story, The Skate Crate Line Up, The DIY Kits and all of the pledge levels with great stuff offered – from tee shirts, to skateboards, and even a limited edition Flying Tiger screen print on 16×24″ birch plywood – hand numbered and only 60 made.
Only 11 days to go – get to it just in time for the holidays!
Spitfire has just released two new ways to burn as they introduce their new Conical and Conical Full Formula Four shapes dropping in skate shops everywhere right about now. Check ‘em out!