That time of year is upon us again. It is the time of year that we take off to New York City to hang out and skate with our Shralpers Union family. In the interest of the event that we will be participating in, we won’t exactly mention it by name, but needless to say, […]Read more "See You On the 18th of October"
The Knob Noster Knasty is a route stretching 69 miles from the shop to Knob Noster State Park. We camp out, then push back to the shop the next day. This year we pushed 117 miles over the two days. Riders navigated along the shoulders of 50 Highway, dodging road kill, and moving […]Read more "Knob Noster Knasty"
Green Skate 2016 Green Skate’s mission is a simple one. “Celebrate and encourage the low impact of longboarding on our environment as an eco-efficient form of travel and recreation” As simple as it may seem it is a mission that is becoming more and more critical as the world around us becomes more and more […]Read more "Green Skate 2016"
A Multidiscipline Contest This year, King of Kessler took place on April 23rd. The weather was a brilliant 80 degrees, light wind, blue skies, and sun shine. Registration started at 9am. Headed up by a rad team of ladies who set up the back bone of how we keep score, and determine who the […]Read more "King of Kessler 3"
Every year since 2012 we have visited New York City to participate in the oldest outlaw longboard race in the world. The Broadway Bomb captured our attention after the record year (2011) brought around 2, 000 riders from across the world to skate through the streets of Manhattan. Since 2013 we have flown into New […]Read more "Broadway Bomb Weekend 2015"
We are pretty stoked to announce a couple of events we have coming up. King of Kessler 3 is set of April 23rd!!!, and Green Skate 2016 is set for the very next day at April 24th. We have some rad support coming from the local chapter of the Shralpers Union for both events. That […]Read more "A weekend of Shralp!!"
We want 2016 to be the raddest event riddled time in Kansas City history. One of the common things I hear from people when they come in the shop is this new spot they skated, or this spot that is close to home, but maybe the next set of towns over, maybe the next state […]Read more "#shareyourspot something new"