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

 

510 20th 1 750pxHere we are, People’s Park in Berkely, CA, for 510 skateshop’s 20th anniversary ramp jam!


510 20th 2 750pxThey had all the obstacles, including a ramp-to-ramp U-Haul transfer. Augie rocks it frontside


510 20th 3 750pxJump-ramp gap over the 510 monster—harder than it looks


510 20th 4 750pxAnother ramp-jam classic, the kicker to kicker. Kevin Braun, switch frontside flip


510 20th 5 750pxLittle man sending it—helmet on for the get down


510 20th 6 750pxAnd no ramp jam would be complete without a heated flatbar session


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510 20th 8.5 750pxThey even had a screen-print station where you could get a shirt for the event


510 20th 8 750pxJohn Cardiel on the DJ set—you know the good vibes were flowing


510 20th 9 750pxRob Welsh and Max. Extra height supplied by Primo


510 20th 9.5 750pxThe Fatemi family. Congrats on the baby, you two


510 20th 10 750pxOakland legend Ron Allen and a buddy


510 20th 11 750px510 familia Alex Conn and Connor Duhaime


510 20th 12 750pxDavid Oppelt, Jesse Vieira, James Givens and Chris Robles


510 20th 13 750pxReese and Cody Chapman


510 20th 14 750pxCompany photo: Doug and Schmitty


510 20th 15 750px510VM Shop Copy. It was before his time but he still ripped the jump ramp


510 20th 16 750pxWith the 411 opening song playing in background, Kevin Braun back Smith’d to start the session


510 20th 17 750pxStevie Shakes, one of the hardest working men at the event. Thanks for the literal support


510 20th 18 750pxOne of the original Wall Gods—Ron Allen, VHS ride


510 20th 19 750px510 alumni Noah Scott, nosegrind


510 20th 20 750pxRaven, monster shifty


510 20th 21 750pxStyle is everything. Raven smacks down a disaster on the U-Haul


510 20th 22 750pxNo age or height requirements—little homie bridges the gap


510 20th 23 750pxAlex Vasquez, decked-out disaster


510 20th 24 750pxArcher Braun, float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. Backside O


510 20th 25 750pxMedia pit going down. The stoke levels were high


510 20th 26 750pxAlex Vasquez crailsliding the 2x4 coping. Accept no substitute


510 20th 27 750pxImprovised drop-in strategy—Raven, nosepick


510 20th 28 750pxTommy G, Welsh and Dandy—come get yourself some free gear


510 20th 29 750pxHas anyone seen the movie The Wrestler? Augie, top turnbuckle fastplant


510 20th 30 750pxLeader exploring new exit protocol—truck ride


510 20th 31 750pxArcher Braun, feeble to fakie


510 20th 32 750pxCardiel threw cash on rolling in. People threw themselves at it


510 20th 33 750pxPrince for all the glory, boneless in


510 20th 34 750pxSolid group of homies. Thanks, Jim, for the free goodies


510 20th 35 750pxGroup shot! Thanks, everyone, for coming out!


510 20th 36 750pxMost 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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