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Pauliwog 'sez...........Salem Slalom BBQ 2014!
On 1/25/2014 BBQ King wrote in from United States  (38.103.nnn.nnn)

You know the deal, keep tabs on the Contest Calender and CSA forums, spread the word.

Miss you Norcal'ers!
-P

 
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shredin in the 70s
On 7/14/2013 J.Bain wrote in from United States  (69.35.nnn.nnn)

We used to shred the orange bowl in los altos for years and catamaran down the road below the trail. Alva came up one day and his boys said that he wanted to skate our pool and we would have to get out while he skated.We told him he could skate with us or get the $#%& out, He left. We would cat race down the mountain at night with a car following us for light and to clock our speeds.30 plus mph at times with nothing but a motorcycle helmet. We had an old fiberglass board with 4 sets of trucks, 2 front and 2 rear about 3.5feet long. It was called bigfoot.I dont even remember where we got it.It was so awsome for cat raceing that we made another one out of wood.We made our own decks with my dads wood working tools.We threw on some Tracker wide trac trucks and some road rider wheels and away we went.

 
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1970s riders
On 4/21/2013 paul zunich wrote in from United States  (76.105.nnn.nnn)

hey all i usedtoride for 41st ave skateboards out of san mateo also the tunnel team, and skateboards unlimited in san mateo. i used to compete agains team alotaflex, team not so hot, were the two other really competitive teams in the bay area. o yeah team santa cruz, i dont remember may of the names but how about paco prieto, he was alotaflex i sed to run into him later inlife at a tool warehouse i worked at.. anyway would love to catch up with any of the riders from back in the day

 
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Sessions
On 2/13/2011 GT from NorCal wrote in from United States  (67.188.nnn.nnn)

Sunset Sliders
The funkiest skate crew this side of the solar system. With a healthy mix of frictionless fluid sliding and monster mashing we offer something healthy for your skate diet...Hey if you are interested we have a small crew that skate different spots in the city every Wednesday night. Send an email address to sunsetsliders@gmail.com and we will add you to the email announcement. We try to skate a different spot/spots every session, when we dont we are in the Sunset. All levels welcome. Helmet and slide gloves recommended. Email usually goes out Tuesday night for the next days session.
http://www.sunsetsliders.com/

 
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On 2/10/2011 hc wrote in from United States  (64.105.nnn.nnn)

this site looks familiar...

 
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Lurking hard in NorCal
On 2/1/2011 GT from NorCal wrote in from United States  (67.188.nnn.nnn)

Hell yeah, lets wake this thing up!

 
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Waking up this forum
On 1/27/2011 Eric Tokle wrote in from United States  (24.5.nnn.nnn)

Hello Norcal! Is anybody lurking out there?

 
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Others who ride? Local Events?
On 7/19/2010 rrando wrote in from (24.4.nnn.nnn)

Hi there,New to long boarding and DH long boarding. I live in San Carlos, S.F. area, looking for folks to get out and ride with. Still learning the basics, but figure it's best to see how others do it.There seems to be a lot of local events in other parts of the state or USA, but I haven't seen much for local to the S.F. bay area, are there local events and how do you find out about them? It also seems like the BB is just starting up again... lots' of old posts. Do I have that right? Is there a way the admins could get the old 2009 posts out of the main forums so it's easier to see what's current?Thanks for your replies.---Mark Donohoe (aka randy rando)

 
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Bay Area Riding 17th - 31st July?
On 7/8/2010 jimp wrote in from (86.5.nnn.nnn)

Hi,I'm a UK skater coming to SF between the 17th and 31st July. Anyone know of any sessions on around the bay that I can join?Cheers,Jim

 
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Buena Vista pool
On 11/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

[youtube:2dcy36h7]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHFEC-H4dII[/youtube:2dcy36h7]

 
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Lake Cunningham skatepark to be closed November 30 - Dec. 14
On 11/20/2009 richsayers wrote in from (24.4.nnn.nnn)

LCRSP will be closed Monday, November 30th through Monday, December 14th for the construction and installation of lights. (Note: the closure may be extended, as pending weather conditions may affect the construction schedule.) Sneak peak snapshots of the light structures can be found on our Events page.Please note the following additional park closures: G㡠Thursday, November 26th Thanksgiving G㡠Friday, December 25th Christmas G㡠Friday, January 1st, 2010 New Year's Day[url:1z727g3p]http://www.sjparks.o rg/Skateboard/index.asp[/url:1z727g3p]

 
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Help with Pumping...
On 11/20/2009 acastell wrote in from (24.4.nnn.nnn)

IT HAPPENED!!!!! Out riding today, determined to propel the board forward, and I was pumping!!! I did not want to stop...such a relief! If I can do it, anyone can...

 
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Help with Pumping...
On 11/17/2009 acastell wrote in from (99.56.nnn.nnn)

Many thanks for the offer...that is a considerable drive for me, but of course well worth it to get me started in the right direction! I am going to hit the streets some more and try to get my board to move 'forward'...if I am still stuck, I will reach out...thank you very much for responding!

 
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Help with Pumping...
On 11/17/2009 admin wrote in from (208.64.nnn.nnn)

[quote="acastell":3n94qhha]Alright, really getting frustrated here...I feel my attempts to pump effectively are actually slowing me down...I have seen all the videos, read all of the tutorials (Pavedwave and private)...I can tic tac-is that what it is called??- like a sun of a gun on the old style skateboards (left over from my youth, I am forty now)....I have decent skill on the long board. I have not skated for over 20 years, but getting on a long board for the first time a few weeks ago felt 'ok'...I live near San Mateo and am anxious to simply ride with someone while they are pumping...Any takers?My set up is a loaded Dervish, Randal 180's, Orangatang 4Pres 80a 80mm...stock bushings, no risers etc...[/quote:3n94qhha]Hi acastell, I can show you how I pump my skateboard, perhaps during the week of Nov 23-27 when my kids have off from school and I'm not at work. Wagner Ranch school at 350 Camino Pablo in Orinda has a good blacktop where we sometimes ride, though Ellerhorst school at 3501 Pinole Valley Rd has an even larger and slightly sloped (at one end) blacktop. Both are great for learning to pump a skateboard.

 
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Help with Pumping...
On 11/16/2009 acastell wrote in from (99.56.nnn.nnn)

Alright, really getting frustrated here...I feel my attempts to pump effectively are actually slowing me down...I have seen all the videos, read all of the tutorials (Pavedwave and private)...I can tic tac-is that what it is called??- like a sun of a gun on the old style skateboards (left over from my youth, I am forty now)....I have decent skill on the long board. I have not skated for over 20 years, but getting on a long board for the first time a few weeks ago felt 'ok'...I live near San Mateo and am anxious to simply ride with someone while they are pumping...Any takers?My set up is a loaded Dervish, Randal 180's, Orangatang 4Pres 80a 80mm...stock bushings, no risers etc...

 
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Bryce Kanight interview - espn
On 11/8/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

http://espn.go.com/action/skateboarding ... id=4625078The history of skateboarding in San Francisco continues to evolve. Up until about three years ago, skate photographer Bryce Kanights lived here for 43 years, from the meager beginnings of the SF skate scene, through "Sick Boys," the early years of sponsored skateboarding, the late '80s, early '90s street takeover, the rise of EMB and the early years of Thrasher. As he transitioned from sponsored skater to photographer, he saw locals and transplants alike get into the ever-changing SF scene. As a sort of compendium to his photo gallery of San Francisco, Kanights talks about skating from the early years through today.What was the scene like when you were younger?The scene was really small. There were like 20 of us who skated in SF with two skate shops in town. We were more influenced by the older guys on the Santa Cruz and Alot-a-flex teams who lived in Santa Cruz and Berkeley. That was Tony and Tommy's first sponsor Gă÷ the Guerrero brothers. They lived in the Avenues and I lived centrally located to the city in Eureka Valley which is now known as the Castro District. We were too young to drive around, so skateboards were a way to get around the city. Over the months and years, we formed a community and built ramps in our backyards. Downtown, we'd ride China Banks ... the Pac Bell building on 2nd street had banks in front of it. Later on, we started to get little sponsorships from shops and stuff like that.What year did it start feeling like a cohesive scene?I'd say 1983. Skateboarding was growing and Thrasher magazine was around. TransWorld [Skateboarding] came around in the middle of '83. We started to have contests up and down the coasts. By '84, there was recognizable push for skateboarding. That was when Tommy got sponsored for Madrid Skateboards. I was on Madrid right when he left for Powell-Peralta. We were winning amateur contests and skating Joe Lope's backyard ramp regularly in San Leandro Gă÷ that was where Thrasher put on the first Pro Ramp Jam. San Jose had its skate scene. Caballero had his own backyard ramp. We used to have these street style events. They weren't contests ... everyone just brought their jump ramps, rails, curbs and crews to a school and just had a skate jam. We just made our own scene. There was no one doing it for us.Then, '88 was when "Sick Boys" came out, right?'87, actually. We were filming and this guy Mike McEntire, who was a surfer, befriended me. He skated a little bit and he had this Super 8 camera with a fisheye on it and he wanted to follow us around and film.Whenever we got together on skate sessions, he'd come on over and we'd skate. He didn't even tell us that he was working on a film or anything. It all happened organically and then at the end, he said he wanted to put the footage out on VHS, which was huge back then. But, the only person who really had a part was Natas [Kaupas], because he went down to LA to film with him and accumulate so much great footage at the time.It's basically a montage until the end, right?Yeah, totally. From there he [Mike McEntire] ended up doing H-Street's "Hokus Pokus." Through those two videos, he became good friends with Noah Salasnek and that's how Mack Dawg launched into the snowboard world very early on. He created a whole career and company that originated out of skateboarding.What memories stand out from the filming of "Sick Boys?"Really, just Natas would come up to SF and we'd go down to Santa Monica to skate with him as well. We formed good friendships skating new spots and meeting lots of other people out there doing there thing as well.That was filmed before Natas kind of blew up, right?Yeah, he hadn't yet. That was the first glimpse of Natas' abilities Gă÷ the Santa Cruz videos still hadn't come out.At the time when "Sick Boys" came out, there were the Powell videos and a few contest videos, like the Vision videos for Skate Escape, but there weren't many videos produced touting, "This is our team ... this is our video promoting our brand." After "Sick Boys," there were a lot of videos, like "Shackle Me Not" ... street skating really changed in '88, '89 and took vert over. By 1990, vert was pretty much dead.We were discovering new spots daily in SF. We never had to leave the city at that point. We didn't go to Berkeley, venture out to San Jose...we skated downtown SF. It was free of skate stoppers, free of security guards. We could just skate anywhere without driving Gă÷ it was like a big skatepark. And, I remember going to NYC in 1989 and they had the same exact thing going on. These hot beds of activity were happening in different urban areas, like ATL, Miami Gă÷ everyone had their little area. It was really cool.Who stood out to you at that time?Well, obviously, Natas, Julien Stranger, Tommy, Mike Archimedes, Ron Allen, Jim Thiebaud. On the ramps , we had Joe Lopes, Jeff Hedges, John Insco, Chris Cook, Don Fisher, Ken Takeda, Livmo Joe ...there were guys that definitely didn't skate street that much. You either only rode the vert ramp or you did both, at the time. Sam Cunningham, Ricky Windsor ... there were so many guys that skated everything. If you were a street skater then, you actually skated everything.You did the voiceovers for that video, right?Yeah, there were only a thousand copies made. The first 500 copies Gă÷ Mack Dawg [Mike McEntire] did all the voiceovers. Then, we did a second issue with me and Mike Archimedes. I sat in the studio with him, we smoked a joint, had two bottles of wine and did the whole thing in one take. We didn't stop the tape once. We never really pre-planned anything at that time. It just sort of happened. It was skateboarding ... we did it on our own.Were you taking pictures during that time?Yeah, I started taking photos in 1980. Prior to that, I used to assist the photographer Ted Terrebonne, who was a photographer for Skateboarder back in the late '70s. We used to catch a ride with him to Winchester skatepark in San Jose. I was a little kid and I used to hold his flashes and such between skating the park. So, I had an interest in photography at that point. I followed the photos published in the mags, and I was influenced by Craig Stecyk, James Cassimus and Ted's work. In 1980, my dad got me a used Nikon F camera and I started shooting. Anywhere we went skateboarding, the camera came along. I've documented my life since 1980. During the time we were filming "Sick Boys," the camera was with me. Sometimes I'd shoot, sometimes I'd just skate.When did it start turning into more of a job?Once I started working at Thrasher magazine, in summer of '83, I started shooting and learning more and more through Kevin Thatcher and Mofo alongside working in the darkroom and sweeping floors at the mag. Those guys showed me the ropes. I really got into it in the mid 80s, I guess. When I was a professional skater, I worked at Thrasher magazine. You didn't make much money back then as a sponsored skater. I sold a lot of skateboards, but we didn't have a lot of the soft goods endorsements then. I was the first sponsored skater for Billabong...I got paid a hundred bucks a month, you know? That's what it was back then. They sent me to Tahiti to do a demo Gă÷ I got some good travel out of it. You weren't making boat loads of money to buy a house or anything. My income was more from Thrasher and skateboarding board sales were good, but they were a supplement at the time.From the late '80s until now, how would you describe the different eras of SF?Well, there was our generation ... we were the, I don't know, I'd say the foundation of skateboarding in SF. Then, as spots started getting shut down, EMB became the skate hub by proximity. The features that it had and the Gonz gap, the C block, the big 3 and such made it a great place to skate on a regular basis. Skaters came from all over the Bay area, even the world, to skate EMB. At that time, Mike Carroll, Rick Ibaseta, Jovantae Turner, Lavar McBride, Henry Sanchez, Mike York, Sam SmythGă÷the list goes on and onGă÷were coming in after us. And, they were taking skateboarding to another level. They were doing kickflips, heelflips, shovits Gă÷ all the technical street tricks. That was their office where they hung out and they regulated. Well, James [Kelch] did. It was a very significant time for skateboarding.Around that time is when I first saw Wade Speyer skate. He blew minds Gă÷ same with John Cardiel, Kris Markovich and Alan Peterson. It was cool to see skateboarding moving on from what we had done in our careersGă÷not even careers Gă÷ as skaters, and then the next generation really took it a step further. Although some of it was really ugly and slow, it was still progression.Do you think EMB had a big influence on that kind of small wheel, big pants skating?It was happening everywhere, but EMB was definitely the Petri dish that everyone was looking at. Then, there was Webb park in San Diego and Love Park Gă÷ everyone had their own scene. But, EMB was close to Thrasher and Slap, so there was more coverage going on with what was happening at EMB. Then, video really made it take off. 411 was like the Internet is now.What were other influential Bay area spots?Hubba Hideout, straight up, was a big one. I mean, now every ledge going down stairs is called a Hubba. That's straight out of the mouth of James Kelch. I shot the first photo of Wade Speyer on Hubba hideout, doing a nosegrind for a Dogtown ad. That was before it had any wax on it or anything Gă÷ he raw-dogged it. Then, there was Sproul Plaza in the Cal Berkeley campus. Of course, there was Fort Miley...always a great, fun spot. It has bars on it now, but it didn't back in the day. There's the DMV, Wallenberg, Fort Mason, Union Square, Presidio Banks, the hill bombs in the Avenues, the Safeway curb, Bart bricks and Black Rock. Then came Pier 7, Three Up Three Down and 3rd and Army.How long did you have your ramp in the city, then?It went up in '88 and lasted until '91. It was called Studio 43Gă÷it was private, not public. It was for us to skate, rain or shine. At one time there were maybe 12 to 20 key holders. I'd go away on a photo shoot and the place would just be trashed. Then, I had to regulate it more.There's a funny story. Back in the day, dudes would just show up at the door while we were skating. I had to deny Salman Agah once, before he was "Salman Agah." Dan Drehobl came to skate my ramp back then and I had to ask him, "Who the f**k are you? Get the f**k out of here." I'm friends with both of them now and I've apologized, but when you have a ramp, you have to have that tough love or you get run over.We had great sessions there, though. The Hellride was born there. Every Friday night, it was on. We would have big sessions where pretty much everyone from San Jose ... all parts. Hosoi, Danny Way, Alphonso Rawls, Andy Howell, Noah Salasnek, Steve Caballero, Gonz, Jason Lee Gă÷ tons of people skated it. Those were some great times.Who do you see as the kids carrying the torch in SF?Well, I haven't lived there in three years, but, I don't know...Jake Donnelly's really good. And, although he's not a kid whatsoever, Dennis Busenitz is probably one of the best in the city right now. Peter Ramondetta, Brian Delatorre...Peabody and Sean Gutierrez are good in the bowls. Jeremy Reeves is awesome. There are so many, really. The City's always going to be on the map. It's one of the best skate cities in the world and there are still spots and hills to entertain and enjoy.

 
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Bay Area History
On 10/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

Max Schaaf Widowmaker - Oaklandhttp://www.vbs.tv/watch/epicly-later-d- ... aaf-2-of-4

 
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Buena Vista pool
On 10/23/2009 wavechaser wrote in from (65.183.nnn.nnn)

Nice Bill - thanks for the vid.

 
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Buena Vista pool
On 10/22/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

[youtube:1a7lj1b4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNbabfsgrOg[/youtube:1a7lj1b4]http://www.concussion.org/new_site/skat ... index.htmlBuena Vista: A RetrospectiveBuena Vista Pool, which we referred to as just Buena, was a huge part of my life in more ways than one. I guess it was coincidence or destiny that the swimming pool my dad used to take care of, that I used to swim in as toddler in 1959, would 17 years later, in 1976, be skated for the first time by myself and friends.The Buena Vista Pool was a vacation home for a prominent doctor in Watsonville. In 1960, the pool house burned down and from that point onward began the long history of one of the best skate spots in Nor Cal. In 1976, myself, George Milburn, Joe and Leonard Martinez and a few others, dug tons of dirt out of the Buena Bowl and got our first taste of transition and vert. From that point on we were hooked. I penned my shop Bill's Wheels in Watsonville in 1977 with my hours being 2pm-6pm.The first part of every day was left open for surfing and many hours of skating at Buena.The next quarter of a century saw the Buena Bowl filled with dirt (dug out), filled halfway with water (pumped out), jack hammered (patched), a total bust from time to time, and yet Buena lived on.Buena was a huge part of my life throughout 1990 or so,with countless sessions with friends, multiple injuries, parties and basically one hell of a lot of fun. Buena has touched many skate-boarders over the years and will always be in my memories.-Bill Ackerman, Bill's Wheels Skateshop

 
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Fri, Oct 16th San Jose Bike Party
On 10/3/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

Ride ur longboards through the streets of San Jose!!we are crashing the San Jose Bike Party!Ride starts at 9pmRoute will be announced the day before.www.sjbikeparty.org[youtube:1adeuhvt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vs85AyfXYg[/youtube:1adeuhvt]

 
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9/27 Tim Brauch - Lake Cunningham
On 9/30/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

[youtube:2wrh9pmy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4q5DT9bexmU[/youtube:2wrh9pmy][youtube:2wrh9pmy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p649u44cqW0[/youtube:2wrh9pmy][youtube:2wrh9pmy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APDDMSZBNc[/youtube:2wrh9pmy][youtube:2wrh9pmy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR9Stychmn4[/youtube:2wrh9pmy][youtube:2wrh9pmy]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUrgxEM4RgI[/youtube:2wrh9pmy]

 
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Bay Area History
On 9/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

san jose early 90's[youtube:11y25mxh]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BidkouGAEmo[/youtube:11y25mxh]

 
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On 9/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

Greer[youtube:28rwba8x]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjLrr688Qf0[/youtube:28rwba8x][youtube:28rwba8x]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wCpXu-u4Qc[/youtube:28rwba8x]

 
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On 9/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

1985 Capitola Classic[youtube:1j3enlsw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R80DTeAAk-8[/youtube:1j3enlsw]

 
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On 9/25/2009 sk8norcal wrote in from (98.234.nnn.nnn)

1989 [youtube:3lqim33r]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiSOa0wA138[/youtube:3lqim33r]downhll at 0:24[youtube:3lqim33r]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJcc8gSnFeA[/youtube:3lqim33r]

 
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