Our first Roll For Peace was pretty brutal. The original plan of having people meet us as we rolled so we could record their messages of peace, and actually all the plans pretty much went out the window with the first drops of rain. In my mind I visualized a bright sunny day. 112 miles […]Read more "Peace Ain’t Easy"
On September 21st the United Nations established the International Day of Peace. “Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.” , according to the day’s website at http://internationaldayofpeace.org. So the rad dudes at Concrete Wave and Longboard for […]Read more "Roll for Peace Kansas City"
So this weekend and the absolute fun to be had, has a several components that if experienced in their entirety should provide a really rad time, centered around skateboarding and our Kansas City community. Night One : April 21st. 6pm-9pm 3rd Friday Swap Meet A 3rd Friday tradition of ours is our Swap Meets in […]Read more "Weekend of Shralp!!!"
So in case you haven’t noticed. We do things a bit differently. We don’t have a super fancy flashy, please read into those particular labels as much as you want, website. We use a lot of words. But, as it is on the web, so it is in the shop. We love to talk skateboards. […]Read more "How Do You Send Out a King?"
The Mission. We host the Stoke Clinics in order to not only provide instruction on the basics of skateboarding, but to also introduce riders to the greater skate community. We feel it is our duty to foster an environment that makes all feel welcome and therefore allow the individual to leave with sound advice, and […]Read more "Stoke Clinics"
Some may think that November would be a month in the Mid-West where maybe the skating scene would start hibernating. Here in Kansas City at least, if it’s dry we are ripping. This month has already seen our monthly ICT Push Series go off. We had more people participate in the push this month than […]Read more "November!!! and YSY? Friday"
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"