Did He Make It?

What are the chances that the old man made this backside grind over the death box at Pala Skatepark? Find out in Slave's Skatepark Round-Up.


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  • San Francisco's Hilltop Skatepark Opening

    San Francisco's Hilltop Skatepark Opening
    Born in 1979, the Dish was the first skatepark in SF. The Trust for Public Land came at me about a year ago to redo the Dish; I recommended Grindline and they got the job. Fast forward to Dec. 3, 2016 the ribbon was cut and the park was open. Come and get it at the top of Hudson St. SF, CA.  —Jake Phelps
  • Bru-Ray: Left is Right, Right is Left

    Bru-Ray: Left is Right, Right is Left
    A Heavy crew touched down in Athens, consisting of Phelps, Pfanner, Daan, Partaix, Doobie, Davey, Guammaz and Paco. Ditches, pipes and street shrapnel got dismantled and plenty of Ouzo flowed. Greece rules. Cheers!
  • Happy 40th Bob Burnquist!

    Happy 40th Bob Burnquist!
    Jake shares a tale of truly epic proportions. Cheers, Bob!
  • Bru-Ray: Daan Goes Pro and to Eindhoven

    Bru-Ray: Daan Goes Pro and to Eindhoven
    Daan got an epic surprise at the Christiana Bowl before the AH crew took it to his hometown of Eindhoven for a three day rip-ride of skating and celebrating. A big ol' thanks to Christiana, 100% Skateshop, and the Van Der Lindens for the hospitality!
  • Bru-Ray: Don't Cry Argentina Part 2

    Bru-Ray: Don't Cry Argentina Part 2
    Rafters, Kana and Darkness rev it up bigtime. Why are we here? 'Cause we follow the Sun. I'd say we got that figured out. –Jake Phelps