Daddies Board Shop – Bustin Boards Shop of the Week!

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in Mike Stories, Shop of the Week | 0 comments


Bustin Boards at Daddies Boardshop

“We’re old – 19 years old to be exact. We sold our first skateboard and snowboard on November 10, 1995 out of our 700 sq ft shop in Portland, Oregon. We fell in love with longboarding in 1999 and have been selling them ever since to hundreds of thousands of customers ALL OVER THE WORLD.  Today, Daddies is the largest longboard shop in the world. Really.  We have a good time here at Daddies. But we take our work seriously. Longboarders have graciously rewarded us for our efforts by voting Daddies the 2012 and 2013 Best Online Longboard Shop.”

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The New EQ – Bustin Boards NYC

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in Bubbles Blog, News, Reviews, Tech Talk | 0 comments


For this year we’ve re-re-released the EQ in a whole new iteration.  2014 saw the move away from the rocker / drop profile of the original EQ and the addition of our Honey-Comb Hollow-Core tech to greatly reduce weight.  The new mould featured an elliptical W-cave in the center of the deck, a progressive radial concave that worked with the W-bubble to create a slightly rockered platform, with a peaked waist for added strength.

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Catalina Island Classic 2015 – Presented by Riviera Skateboards

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in Bubbles Blog, Events, News | 0 comments


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Will Royce arrives

Catalina 2015 Finals

Last weekend the Catalina Island Classic, presented by Riviera Skateboards, went down for it’s fourth installment on the beautiful island of Santa Catalina, off the southern coast of California.  Catalina presents a unique take on the downhill skateboard event; combining high speed gravity fascination, with the beauty and celebrity of the island itself.  Will Royce and Max Ballesteros headed out to the picturesque island for a weekend of skating, sun, and enjoyment.  Shout out to Max for snagging a spot in the semi-finals!

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Bustin Shop Focus | Billabong New Jersey

Bustin Shop Focus |  Billabong New Jersey

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Bustin Shop Focus:  Billabong New Jersey

Billabong New Jersey is a family owned and operated surf and skate shop—but this is not just any family.  The Mesanko family has a long, proud history at the heart of the New Jersey surf scene.  Sons Dillon and Luke run the shop now but their father Greg Mesanko opened the legendary Grog’s Surf Palace in Seaside Park all the way back in 1971.  They’ve been supporting Bustin for years and we’re stoked to have them as supporters of our boards and our brand.

They have this to say about Bustin: “We have grown a trust with Bustin because…they’re constantly pushing out cutting edge models and construction while still offering high quality cruisers and bamboo boards for the average skater.  And of course their graphics are always sick.  Our customers also count on us to carry brands who are pushing the sport forward and are different then what’s on the racks at mall stores.”

Their current spot in Shrewsbury has been open since 2007 and has built a loyal following because of a focus on customer service and a knowledgeable staff.  They also support a local skate team—and we love to support shops that support skaters!

Local shops are what it’s all about and Billabong New Jersey is just that.  If you live in the area get out there and show them your support—whether it’s buying a new longboard, some wheels or even picking up some new boardshorts for the beach.

If you don’t live near them then get out there and support the local shop in your area—check out our dealer locator for a Bustin dealer new you!

Billabong 1 copy

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Bustin Shop of the Week: Burning Spider Stoke Company – Kansas City, Missouri

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in Mike Stories, Shop of the Week | 0 comments

Before Burning Spider Stokle Company was a shop, we founded a group on Facebook to service the local community.  At the time we called it Burning Spider, but as more riders where found out about the group we wanted to make it easier for locals to find, so we changed the name to Kansas City Longboard Community.  Now at 700+ riders it is a pretty rad place to talk skateboards and keep as many of the locals informed of what is going on.  Kansas City itself covers a huge 316 Square mile area with skating varying from skateparks, to short steep technical .25 mile to 1 mile long downhill runs right in the middle of the city, to nature trails like the Indian Creek Trail that stretches 25.5 miles currently (more gets added on every year), and is host to many group distance pushes.

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As the community solidified and grew we needed a place to get our longboard equipment.  None of the local shops carried the depth of product and knowledge that a varied terrain city needed.  We had a couple of corporate stores, and a dedicated street skate shop that wasn’t super stoked on ordering longboard gear.  So we have moved to a store front right in the heart of one of the raddest places in city to skate and live.  Located in the heart of the 39th Street District we are Kansas City’s Longboard Headquarters.

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Our riders organize sessions in the community and there is very seldom a Sunday that doesn’t go by that we aren’t hosting some kind of event or group ride.

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