Pick up a special edition NYC x CMYK Maestros at http://www.bustinboards.com/cmyk (only 20 made). The Broadway Bomb race in NYC is in its 14th year of existence, now with an annual attendance of over 2,000 riders. The race was born about the same time as @bustinboards, but we did NOT start the race. Most of our crew skates it (and @kiefer_d usually wins it 👊🏼), but our favorite part is hosting an international community of skaters who visit New York for this epic weekend. It all happens next weekend (Oct 16/17/18) so follow @bustinbrooklyn and @longboardloftnyc for details surrounding all the weekends events and specials at our stores. Skate at your own risk, where a helmet, ride happy. #forallwhopushRead More
Hey cats and dolls, hope you’re all ready and registered (or about to register) for the 3rd annual ACME Downhill Race! We’re proud to be partnering with the Bergen County Bombers to bring you this years main event – The IDF World Qualifier ACME Downhill!
The Bergen Bombers started this event back in 2013 and it pretty immediately became a success. The nature of the hill, mid-40 mph, with 2 hair-pins, little road traffic, and close proximity to NYC led to a gem of a hill that is easily reached from the Big Apple.
This year the organizers have worked with the IDF sanctioning body and for 2015, ACME is (in addition to a rad course and a hell of a good time) an IDF World Qualifier race. That means points for all of your competitive folks!
Here’s the famous skate Dad – Mike Girard – taking a run from top to bottom!
HOWEVER! Not all who race must be pro! This weekend ACME provides not only high-level racing and competitors from across the entire spectrum of downhill skateboarding, but also an opportunity for more recreational riders as well. All Friday, open skating of the hill will be available to all registered for the Freeride. No leathers, no IDF membership needed, just bring your waiver, safety equipment and Freeride registration and you’re clear to skate!Read More
Midwest Team Rider Clark Patrick sent me this photo of him getting to the spot on the Shrike Board. Wakeboard boats have become a pretty badass industry, combining crazy horsepower with subwoofers and mini-fridges. I think its about time someone develop the skitch scooter in the same vein. Who’s on it?
Photo by Cody Hettersheit.
(Watch on YouTube instead – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K67uI6gWswI)
Starting from the ground up, we sourced the think tank of our team riders and flow team and began designing a board to continue our #SkateEverything mentality. The goal was to create something that could be used in our home on the streets of NYC, all the way out to the hills and mountains of CA, and everywhere in between. The Shrike (or the Mystery Model as it was known for the majority of it’s development) is born of the collective desire to skate, developed using high detail rendering and molding, and presented to the world ready to take on anything.
GR Movies in the Park Series featuring, “Hook” on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/366119706907133/-s
The details: Downtown Grand Rapids, Inc was a partnered title sponsor of State Games of Michigan: Grand Rapids Urban Downhill Skateboarding event and now DGRI has included Bustin Boards & AGA Nation Action Sports Agency in DGRI’s Movies in the Park format downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. Every Friday in the heart of summer, DGRI plays a series of curated movies on an inflatable jumbo-screen on the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum lawn, next to the Grand River. The event has a beer/wine permit allowing guests to enjoy beer & wine while hanging out in Ah-Nab-Awen Park. There are food vendors, entertainment and the movie begins at dusk. This week features the movie “Hook”, and AGA Nation will provide a bunch of skate ramps and features for a pro skate demo, followed by free-skate. Bustin will also have a special push event announcement, coming soon…Read More
There comes a times in every boy and girl’s life when attraction to the same and/or opposite sex overcomes passion for hobbies. The first film ever produced about skateboarding, Skaterdater (1965), tells a story with no dialogue.
A group of boy skaters are suddenly at a point when one of the boys sees a young girl, and becomes interested in her. This causes a rift with the other boys, who challenges him to a skating duel that goes down a hilly street.Read More