We recently brought five Arbor Downhill team riders to Southern California to showcase the 2015 Arbor Downhill Collection. The new collection offers a variety of shapes for the different styles and disciplines of Downhill featured in the film.
Watch and see how the beauty of a California Spring is paired with the some of the gnarliest road conditions you can find. Ed has to navigate through 5 different pavements, mixed with rocks, gravel, and pot holes. Many people would call this road unskatebable, but amazingly Ed proves otherwise.
Enjoy the video!
East Coast team rider Ed Garner recently flew out to California to shoot for his new edit. We felt the footage was so good that it was necessary to share a pure Raw Run before the edit release. Watch Ed navigate all the pavement changes on this gnarly road in the hills of Central California, and stay tuned for the new edit coming out next week!
New team rider Ed Garner just put out a personal raw run video from the East Coast. Watch the edit and see what it’s like to be pushing the limits, even during variable snowy conditions.
Venice, CA – February 17, 2104 – Arbor Skateboards is very proud to announce that Liam Morgan, Alicia Fillback, Ed Garner, and Tomio Choy will be joining the Company’s already solid skate team. The Arbor Skateboards’ team is growing into one of the best, most recognized lineups in downhill. Led by team Captain and top IDF contender James Kelly,
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This will be my fourth year of marriage to the discipline
Right foot forward
WHAT’S IN YOUR QUIVER:
PREFERRED STYLE OF SKATEBOARDING:
WHAT’S YOUR LOCAL ZONE:
The Boundless Universe.
Not following my own advice.
BIGGEST PET PEEVE:
I dislocated my shoulder the day before Giant’s head and eventually tore the labrum. I’m finally recovered and ready to put it down this year
BEST PART OF SKATING:
It’s simple yet difficult and it will expose you to some chill humans.
It will also expose you too some menacing people
The best event I’ve been too so far was definitely Giant’s Head even though it put me down for a lil’. The whole experience of that trip was memorable.
Picking just one is unreasonable.
ONE THING EVERY SKATER SHOULD KNOW:
It’s 70% mental ,and 30% physical
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