Cab's 50th

Cab's 50th

Cab had a 50th Birthday party blow-out at the Vans Combi Bowl. There were tons of Steve’s friends and family skating and celebrating as well as music from The Faction and Agent Orange.  Food, drink, hot rods, Love and Guts Artshow, and Skate Rock. Happy 50th Stevie! 
Photos and words: Rhino



Steve Cab and Steve VanDoren


Lance Mountain mixed media of a classic Glen Friedman photo

$1000.00 went to the Cab’s favorite Hot Rod


Christian Hosoi brought some art to the Love and Guts Show


Salba art, swimming pool inspired



Cory Juneau was flying high



The Muska was there!



Mofo too!



Jeff Hedges getting upside down in the square



Geoff Rowley and son made it out

John Cardiel was the DJ for the evening




Greyson Fletcher ollie to truck bash


Charlie Blair tuck knee


OG’s Lonnie Hiramoto and Howard Hood



The Faction killed it!


Christian Fletcher and Salman Agah


Josh Borden sails a tail grab


Agent Orange headlined the party


Hosoi turning it up


The Birthday guy got to take a few runs at the end of the night.  Happy 50th Cab!!

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