Event Coverage: Britannia Classic Open Finals

The 8th Annual Britannia Classic presented by Subsonic Skateboards, here is a recap of the Finals.

Results:

1st – Kevin Reimer
2nd – Alex Charleson
3rd – Dillon Stephens
4th – Will Smallwood

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GRADE B-Sides Featuring Tyler Howell

More shredding from the B-Sides of the GRADE video! Follow along as Tyler Howell rips down a run in Mexico.

“The crew headed down to Mexico for and IDF race and to stacks some clips in the beautiful country side. Tyler Howell threw down on a steep and curving gem. Check out what Tyler has to say about the experience!” – Caliber Truck Co.

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Events: Britannia Classic Freeride

The Britannia Classic does it right. The half freeride half race type approach is the best.

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Action Board Shop: Rage at the Ridge 2015

The 3rd Annual Rage at the Ridge sponsored by Action Board Shop took place in Onekama, Michigan this past weekend.  This is Michigan’s longest running downhill event and a Midwest favorite. Major thanks to the Onekama locals for having us back every year and to all the organizers and volunteers for making this event happen. The ABS team was out in full force with Max Vickers and Dan Arney taking 2nd and 3rd place in Open, respectively. Loryn Roberson took 1st Place and Possala Wang took 2nd place in Women’s. David Driscoll took 3rd place in Grom’s.

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Results:

Open:
1st: Max Wippermann
2nd: Max Vickers
3rd: Dan Arney

Women:
1st. Loryn Roberson
2nd: Possala Wang
3rd: Megan Seibyl

Grom:
1st: Ed Kiefer
2nd: Jay Holst
3rd: David Driscoll

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New Zealand: Warp Speed at the Lookout

The crew in New Zealand bring you some radical shredding on a incredibly narrow road.

“This is NOT sped up. These people are just going really fast and moving around a lot and very quickly because the road is so gnarly. Levi Hawken, Matty Bee and Troy Pemberton shows us how its done down one of the tightest roads you can imagine.” – Crunchie

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GRADE B-Sides Featuring Jordan Riachi

“The boys flew south of the equator and met up with Jordan Riachi to film the Australian segment of GRADE. Jordan provided the local touch, and took them to as many spots as possible during the trip. Check out what he has to say about the experience in this edition of the B-Sides!” – Caliber Truck Co.

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2015 Catalina Island Classic feat. Will Royce | MuirSkate

“MuirSkate heads to Avalon, CA for the 2015 Catalina Island Classic. With our newest Team member Will Royce joining in on the fun with the rest of the Muir Crew (Max Ballesteros, Duke Degen, Byron Essert, and Ryan Ricker) we knew it was going to be a good time!” – Muir Skate

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Arbor Skateboards :: Sucrose Initiative ~ The Summit

“Cooper Darquea spent the day relaxing in Venice to contemplate why the Sucrose Initiative Summit is his favorite wheel. Our Sugar formula poured around the the Groovetube core provides fast roll speed and rebound, and the Summit shape gives you a great balance of top speed and acceleration all while providing the most grip possible and smooth drifting characteristics. This wheel is ideal for racecourses and fast bombs, and makes a great freeride wheel once worn down.”

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Raw Run: King Kong with Cooper

While back east for the North Carolina Downhill Race, local, Madison Crum, took some of the crew out to a run known as King Kong. With steep straights and technical turns, the crew was not disappointed! Follow as Francis Cooper Darquea Mauro (Arbor Sucrose) happily shreds some urethane down this beast. Follow camera provided by Louis Pilloni (S9, GW, RAD, RDVX).

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Dinghies in Texas – Landyachtz

“The Dinghy is a small board and Texas is a big state. But the Dinghy was built to handle any terrain and that’s just what it did in the Lone Star State.” – Landyachtz

 

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