Sunday, 10 September 2017
Instagram seems to have taken over for me but here I am again.
A lot has happened over the last two years.
New car, new job, new eye lenses, new lower weight, some new skateboard parts and new friends and new countries visited.
Some things never change though...
You leave your skateboard at the park unattended and it gains a sticker or two.
Thursday, 13 August 2015
Saturday, 8 August 2015
Thursday, 6 August 2015
Sunday, 12 July 2015
So here goes...
Sunday, 22 March 2015
I bought this Skaterbuilt Mike Maysey Hybrid slalom at Hogtoberfest from "The Bass Player"
Wasn't too keen on the sticker job albeit there were some cool ones on there so set about removing them, all came off without too much trouble and after a quick clean with some brake cleaner to remove the sticker residue it was looking a lot cleaner.
Friday, 13 March 2015
Well a bit late I guess but...
October at Hog Hill is Hogtoberfest time. Full on hill bombing and slalom weekend.
Great weekend, old Guildford Skate Star mate Martin Pavey was over from Oz.
Mentioned it to Trev who just happened to own a Turner Summer Ski deck that used to belong to Martin.
Little did I know that he would give it to Martin as a present.
Thursday, 12 March 2015
A Bennett and a Randal.
Both have been narrowed to 110mm. Not sure if these are the Sk8Kings modded Skennett & Skandal.
The Bennett came with Reflex bushings and the Randal has the 35° baseplate, this will need less de-wedging to get the desired angle on the back.
Wednesday, 11 March 2015
It's a Surf Rodz truck with an adjustable baseplate. It can be adjusted between 60° and 0° in 5° increments so that's turny through to dead.
Not sure what to do with it yet, it's a bit wide at 150mm for a slalom truck but would make a good dead rear truck set up at 0°, 5° or 10°
Might see if I can get it machined down at work. Might be tricky though as the axles screw into the hanger and are secured with grub screws. Not sure if it can be done but we'll see.
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
Crazy things that turn by the way of pivots and rose joints. Steer more like a car than a skateboard.