Beginning with uncut square blanks, you can trace an existing shape or create your own and get it cut, drilled and setup all in the shop for $40.
Kasper Tobias stopped by early in the day with his family and shot a little video during our 1 year celebration just after we moved from our original location.
Cambell and Camden put down this little edit for our first King of the Warehouse. Filmed entirely with the GoPro. Check out all Cambell’s videos on his YouTube Channel.
Another edit from Denver from the day we did a demo at a preschool: Daveed, Thor, Burrito, Philip Buckley, Denver and a few other cameos. Featuring everything you’d find at a 90s skate demo: curbs, sliders, jump ramps and cones.
Denver’s latest video on GL2. Making midtown Ventura look like a really fun place to skate. Highlights include Serio warehouse session and Diego getting served on the Cabrillo rail.
More radicalness from dilldenver and friends featuring Serio teamrider Diego Todd with guest shredding by Philip Buckley.