Posted by Chris, Tuesday, October 14, 2014 4:09 PM
Well, another Booze Cruise is in the books and this year was even better than last. We rode for our fallen homie, Matt Woods (aka Bald Eagle) and kept his memory in tow the whole way. Check out the full edit + photos here, featuring a surprise parking garage bomb, Wes Box's fake birthday at Hooters, and lots of yelling.
Posted by Pat, Tuesday, October 14, 2014 1:12 PM
The term "underrated" gets thrown around a lot in skateboarding, most of the time it's a little unwarranted. That being said, I can safely say Javier Sarmiento should always be included on the most underrated skater list. For years Javier has been quietly killing it, and apparently he's not done judging by yet another new part. Before you watch that go back in time and check out his part from The Firm's "Can't Stop" video and take notes.
Posted by Chris, Monday, October 13, 2014 5:56 PM
Up from the depths of the Moat's murky and rancid waters comes a creature so terrifying and disgusting, we had to make a graphic out of it. Presenting the "Moat Monster" SPoT boards and shirts. Get yours online today, or pick one up in-store tomorrow at both locations. Video by Mikah Collins and Chris Preston
Posted by Chris, Monday, October 13, 2014 1:50 PM
If you haven't heard already, longtime friend of SPoT and all-around great guy, Paul Zitzer is now part of the team. Paul's already been killing it by helping out with our Damn Am events, registration, organizing, and announcing. Chris Nieratko got to sit down with him recently and get a great interview for the ESPN X Games website. Check out what Paul had to say about working with us and all the things he's helping us out with. Click here to read the article.
Posted by Chris, Monday, October 13, 2014 11:03 AM
Last Friday was our annual Booze Cruise where we basically just get drunk and skate around, hitting local spots and bars along the way. We started off in Ybor, so Al Bow decided to stop by SPoT Ybor and check out the cruiser selection that they had for this Case of the Mondays. Jean-Luc's edit from that night should be pretty interesting, so stay tuned for that.