Wednesday, July 28, 2010

K Dub hooks up east bay youth


Hood Games
Yeah super stoked to see the crew off to the How We Roll. Breeze blowing south get on the bus hit the road hard.

TERELL NOLES! had been killing it at town park now he is on FUNKTION


How We Roll Exhibit: 40 years of legendary Black skateboarders @ The California African American Museum, Los Angeles, CA
July 22- January 2, 2011
Featuring: Chris Pastras, Shuriken Shannon, Atiba Jefferson, Gershon Mosely, Chuck Treece, Steve Steadham, Ray Barbee, Pep Williams and more . . . 600 State Drive in Exposition Park across the street from USC

Daniel Worley boy you got a monkey on your back? Big up thanks for helping the crew together

Monday, July 26, 2010



You are going to see dem around trust me.

Friday afternoon Summer in Oakland!
It was my first time to check this skate plaza it has a sweet style. Hope to see more like this popping up in more parts of town.
I am looking forward to going there for more events everybody was chilling with the vibe and sounds from the DJ.

Got first place in the contest for the different age groups. Got some new gear but better than that was the right to brag.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Ramp Jamola

What to do on a Saturday afternoon? Oh wait I know head out to the lovely town of Livermore and watch a bunch of guys kill it on a mini ramp!! Mike and I met up and had a good old time at said jam at 6 Twentyone. Tons of cool people and a real positive over all vibe. Del the funky homosapien provided some rhymes and tossed some product. Brad McClain, Josh Mattson, Ryan Carpenter, Chris Jatoft, And Thomas Beeson to name a few got beasty on the ramp and tossed some sick tricks. Ron Allen put the "see I told you he can kill that" in M.C. And Bruce Rodella rounded it out with a vertical smile that could not be missed!! Good times like these really make me realize being involved in skating is the sweetness!


Monday, February 1, 2010

"What kind of board is that?"

Went out skating with Noah the other day and was workin a grass gap when a dad and his 2 boys rolled up. He asked if it was cool if he and his kids watched for a bit. Both Noah and said totally. A few tries later Noah put down this hardflip with authority. After a pound and some hefty grinnin Noah climbed up the gap and as he passed the kids they asked the question....Noah belted out with "Spinwrench, the best board company out there!" Feels good to represent.


Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Step right up drop on in

Thomas the Beast is still ripping it up we hit the Log Shop Sunday. The rain is keeping us off the cement but indoor ramps rule this time of year.

Check the FUNKTION
Three decks and a new one in the works. This new and up coming company is bursting into the east bay. Watch to see team riders rip up a spot in your hood soon come seen...

SPIN WRENCH can help you with getting your team or shop with the wood that just feels right under you weight. The best price and quick turn around just ask George from FUNKTION.

MATT136 has his show coming to a end Feb. 6th. You will enjoy the art, a one man show, skateboards are just a part of his talent.
This is art you can live with take some home.

Autobody Fine Art is hosting a closing reception on Saturday January 30th from 7:00 - 10:00pm
The opening night was hugely successful and Autobody Fine Art would love to host a reception for Matt136 one more time.
Please come out to see this fantastic exhibition. This is the first time Autobody Fine Art has had a solo exhibition!
There are over 200 pieces by Matt136 and an amazing mural Matt did just for us (the first time he has done one!). Thank you for all those who made it out to the opening and have come by. Photos from the opening and of Matt136's work can be found on our Flickr pageClick Here Please do not miss this accomplished and prolific artist!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

MLK game of skate @ west oakland bart 5/18 11 am sign up

KDUB has set the scene for the youth here in Oaktown.

Come out and play in the first ever Martin Luther King game of skate..

West Oakland BART 5th and Mandela

See you out there