Larry Schmidt skates for Pro Skateboard Shop in NJ, but recently moved to San Diego. Lately Larry has been shredding our ramp and he got together with Zane Timpson and banged out a killer part in the Tum Yeto Shred Zone.
Foundation and Dekline AM Ryan Spencer has been blowing up in the past few years. From his Foundation WTF part to magazine coverage, there’s no denying it, the kid’s on fire right now. He has a “Who’s Hot” in Skateboarder Magazine's newest issue, so they thought they would interview our team manager, Mike Sinclair, and get the inside scoop about Ryan.
Foundation and Dekline AM Ryan Spencer has been blowing up in the past few years. From his Foundation WTF part to magazine coverage, there's no denying it, the kid's on fire right now. He has a "Who's Hot" in Skateboarder Magazine's newest issue so they thought they would interview our team manager, Mike Sinclair, and get the inside scoop about Ryan.
Tum Yeto Tuesdays is a night for local skateshops to come to the shred zone and hang out at our HQ. Skateshop owners, employees, team riders and friends rip the Yeto Ramp, all while throwing down a few cold ones and grinding some pizza from Pizzeria Luigi.
Surfride was the latest crew to roll down south and shred our ramp! Peep some photos of the night shot by James Tull and Surfride CEO Josh Bernard.
The skateboarding community deserves a skateboard shop that is operated by people who live and breathe skateboarding. Encinitas,CA has been fortunate to have a shop like this since 1987. McGill's Skateshop is with out a doubt a 100% skateboarder owned and operated business. This has never been more true considering that Mike McGill is the owner of the shop. Mike is one of the original pro skaters from the Bones Brigade skate team and he is the inventor of one of the most revolutionary skateboard tricks of all time, "the McTwist". Mike's employees shred too! Check out McGill's employee, Matt Weiss pictured below.
McGill's skateshop employee Matt Weiss is no stranger to shredding. 5050 pop out.