VENICE BANK TO WALLRIDE CONTEST GOES OFF
It's been over twenty years since a skateboarding contest like this has gone down. On saturday, Venice Skateboarding Association erected a massive wall, with a minimal banked transition, acting as a bank to wallride. The event was right in the middle of the old Venice Skatepark and was filled with competitors, as spectators surrounded, watching all the mayhem. Arbor's Whiskey Team's own Cameron Revier finished out his day with the second highest wallride, giving him a second place finish. And it was Alec Beck that took best trick with an alley-oop boneless finger flip off the wall with onlookers watching in amazement. These guys held it down for the Arbor Whiskey Team, Congratulations and awesome work guys.