Make sure to peep our new Bustin Boards video recap of this year’s Return of the Disco two-day skate event hosted by our friends over at Muir Skate.Read More
This Sunday in Central Park
Our friends at Ghost Skate NY are hosting a Green Skate this weekend. In conjunction with Earth Day, Green skates are being organized in cities around the planet with greenskate.org to Celebrate and encourage the low impact of Skateboarding on our environment as an eco-efficient form of travel and recreation.
Check out the Face Book Page link for detailed info.
Since we first began making boards in 2001, our focus at Bustin Boards has been to build custom longboard skateboards that meet the highest standards of design and engineering for riders of all styles and experience levels. In keeping, we developed an interactive website to make it easy for your to create your own longboard based around your style and we pour our hearts into every detail of the production process. We have over 750,000 ways to customize EACH board in our line-up and now the limitless just got less limited… Create and Skate yours today!Read More
On the third weekend of every October, Skateboarders, both long & short are all welcome to come together in NYC for a weekend of skating and parties. It’s for All Who Push. Pushing just to have fun and enjoying the ride or pushing to bring your skating to the next level. It’s all skateboarding and part of the tapestry vital to the industry.
Get out there and skate!!! We’ll see you next October.
Good Art Takes Time.
We print custom boards by hand but our print crew feels the pain during the holidays because most of the orders come in at once after Thanksgiving. This year we’re cutting them a break and offering a 20% Discount Custom Decks ordered before Thanksgiving Day. Be kind to the print guys, get your holiday orders in early!
Get your design on and get creative: http://www.bustinboards.com/bustin-longboard-custom
Dublin Pearse D’Arcy wins “King of Huku”, a 2-man heat race on huku hill on the 14th of November. For anyone who hasn’t skated it or seen it before it’s narrow 5 corners and around 55 kph. There were a lot of potholes but they filled them in but it’s still rough in a few sections. The heats were picked by names pulled from a hat and the winners progressed. Pictured: Pearse showing his mean face!
Photo: Paul FitzgeraldRead More