All the way from Argentina is Nicolas Kunz's entry. Check it out
This is Jonathan Owolabi's dream skate obstacle which he calls the Grindabus
Andreas Roelf's ideas was to create a kinkrail which looks like the Vans logo. Take a look.
Andrew Murray with his design that includes the whooooopdi ledge.
Jermain Dudley from Baldwin Park CA designed this obstacle. According to him "It is a "Big Four" stair with a "Gap to Rail" and an innovative "Wavy Hubba Ledge!". Good luck.
Both parks will be holding a best trick contest on October 5th at 7:00pm. Orlando is going to be using the main street launch ramp and The Block is using the outdoor picnic table.
Congrats to Scotty Cranmer on the first front double tailwhip ever in competition this past weekend at the AST Dew Tour stop in Salt Lake City. Ryan Guettler took second in Park while Bucky claimed a second in skate Vert.
Vans riders Scotty Cranmer and Ryan Guettler stop the comp and take 1st and 2nd at the Dew Tour in Salt Lake City. Scotty pulled the first ever front flip tailwhip and Guettler pulled a 1080 and then a double back flip.
If you are going to be in So-Cal on Oct.13th and want to see the showdown in person, then email your name, address and telephone number to DTSD2007@gmail.com with the subject line DTSD Tickets. The first 20 people we get will score a pair of tickets.
You can enter to win Showdown tickets at select Southern California Vans stores (Monterey Park, The Block at Orange, Alhambra, Torrance, Santa Monica, Culver City, Del Amo, Santa Anita, Canoga Park, Glendale, Montebello Mall, South Bay Galleria, Northridge Mall, Stonewood Mall, and the new Vans store in Hermosa Beach).
Tony Chase submitted the No Brain Bowl Launcher