Sunday, August 30, 2015

Magic Skate Bus - Skate Camp Tour Photos

Photos by Josh Anderson, Rogue Stoppard & Derek Hargett.

With the Summer coming to a close there was no better way to bookend it than taking this lucky group on a three day adventure that will be burned into their brains for many years to come. The Magic Skate Bus was a concept to take young skateboarders on a journey around Seattle and the greater Seattle area discovering the various diverse skateparks the great north west provides. In seven hour periods these lucky few experienced old, new, rough, smooth, deep, diverse and beyond. These campers built friendships, gained experience, learned tricks, goofed around, and fell relentlessly only to rise again and overcome their fears. We couldn't be more proud and hope to do this much more in the future!

DAY 1 –
Snohomish Skatepark, Wiggum’s Hollow Park (Everett) & Arlington Skatepark

DAY 2 –
Arbor Heights 360 Park (Kent), Brannan Skatepark & Muckleshoot Reservation Skatepark

DAY 3 –
Renton Skatepark, SeaTac Skatepark, Roxhill Skatepark (Seattle) & Delridge Skatepark (Seattle)

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