Three minutes of footie in two days? Must be nice… Frank Shaw spends the weekend down at Portland’s Burnside Skatepark and comes out with this banging edit.
Frank Shaw trippin’ around PDX on a fresh set of Ricta Park Crushers.
CCS celebrated the 27th birthday of Burnside Skatepark on a mysteriously warm Halloween evening among a carnivorous costume combustion of ghouls, goblins, punks, and drunks! The evolution of Burnside continues with the addition of the new concrete death hole and huge quarter pipe. Each year, skaters young and old step to new obstacles and push the limits of what can be done at the park. Through the misty smoke from fireworks, the ear-piercing riffs blasting from punk bands’ amp stacks, and the carcass crashing cross traffic in the park, CCS managed to capture some carnage that went down that day… Watch this video ’cause the bowl troll’s were out for blood at Burnside this Halloween.
In the world of skateboarding skate spots rarely last long – they’re always changing or gone for good. The DIY skatepark beneath Portland, Oregon’s has endured the tests of time and just celebrated its 25 birthday this past Halloween. With a newly resurfaced bowl all due in part to $44,000 in donations from around the world and a heap of skilled volunteers and friends, the skatepark hosted a heated bowl bash and one great party while the skies continued to pour from above. So have a look and be inspired to skateboard and live it up on four wheels. Happy 25th Birthday Burnside Skatepark!
Bronson Speed Co is proud to announce Ben Raybourn as their newest addition to the team with this welcome edit.
Vox am Frank Shaw skate the legendary Burnside Skatepark with the new Veyron Shoe in this “Out Of The Vox”.
Some raw footy of Cody and Mason at Burnside