510 Anniversary Ramp Jam Photos
510 Skateshop celebrated their 20 year anniversary with a ramp jam. Check out some photos here.
Words and Photos: Eric Palozzolo
Here we are, People’s Park in Berkely, CA, for 510 skateshop’s 20th anniversary ramp jam!
They had all the obstacles, including a ramp-to-ramp U-Haul transfer. Augie rocks it frontside
Jump-ramp gap over the 510 monster—harder than it looks
Another ramp-jam classic, the kicker to kicker. Kevin Braun, switch frontside flip
Little man sending it—helmet on for the get down
And no ramp jam would be complete without a heated flatbar session
They even had a screen-print station where you could get a shirt for the event
John Cardiel on the DJ set—you know the good vibes were flowing
Rob Welsh and Max. Extra height supplied by Primo
The Fatemi family. Congrats on the baby, you two
Oakland legend Ron Allen and a buddy
510 familia Alex Conn and Connor Duhaime
David Oppelt, Jesse Vieira, James Givens and Chris Robles
Reese and Cody Chapman
Company photo: Doug and Schmitty
510VM Shop Copy. It was before his time but he still ripped the jump ramp
With the 411 opening song playing in background, Kevin Braun back Smith’d to start the session
Stevie Shakes, one of the hardest working men at the event. Thanks for the literal support
One of the original Wall Gods—Ron Allen, VHS ride
510 alumni Noah Scott, nosegrind
Raven, monster shifty
Style is everything. Raven smacks down a disaster on the U-Haul
No age or height requirements—little homie bridges the gap
Alex Vasquez, decked-out disaster
Archer Braun, float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. Backside O
Media pit going down. The stoke levels were high
Alex Vasquez crailsliding the 2x4 coping. Accept no substitute
Improvised drop-in strategy—Raven, nosepick
Tommy G, Welsh and Dandy—come get yourself some free gear
Has anyone seen the movie The Wrestler? Augie, top turnbuckle fastplant
Leader exploring new exit protocol—truck ride
Archer Braun, feeble to fakie
Cardiel threw cash on rolling in. People threw themselves at it
Prince for all the glory, boneless in
Solid group of homies. Thanks, Jim, for the free goodies
Group shot! Thanks, everyone, for coming out!
Most of all, thanks to these two. Jerry and Dandy Harris, thanks for everything you do for Bay Area skateboarding! Looking forward to the 21st anniversary jam
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3/26/2020A cross-generational gang of vert dogs brought their A game to the B Team Ramp. Kreiner, Wettstein, Perelson, Lasek and the other high flyers got tech way above the deck. Get up close to the moves scorching across the Gator Skins.
3/20/2020After their normal system for doing a shoe drop lottery couldn't handle the demand for the Travis Scott Dunks, the good people at 510 in Berkeley shifted tactics and ended up raising $30k for the Treasure Island DIY. This is the kind of love and dedication we like to see in the Bay.
3/18/2020Right before the debut of Dre’s first full part, the guys got the lowdown on fashion offers from the 'Gram, keeping it real with stunt coordinators and starting Maxallure with Karl Watson. At only 18, he’s come a long way since he was just a Potrero park baby getting yelled at by Jake to do his tricks right. Luckily, plenty of it sank in.
3/14/2020It’s been a year but the love keeps flowing. We’ve added new testimonials to this retrospective page. Take a few moments and soak up more stories from the life and times of Jake Phelps.