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Getting ready for P-Town Throwdown

By: Jeff Hannig

So I finally put my board together and am getting ready to do my first race! Be it a push race, I’m still ready for my first longboard event. I’ll be shooting my experience with a Go-Pro and Snapchatting the whole thing on my personal account. Here’s a link to info about the race ifRead More

My Grip Hurts. Should I Call A Doctor?

Grip Out On Theses Colors Bro.
By: Eric Hoang

So your griptape hurts. Don’t you worry young one. No need to call a doctor or go to webMD. It’s a natural and normal thing. It’s what happens in the world of downhill skateboarding. You’ll get used to it, and you learn to live with it, and you’ll wonder how you ever realized without it.Read More

Longboarding is NUTS. Where do I start?

I Know This: It's Probably Going To Hurt.
By: Jeff Hannig

The title is a real question: where do I start? In the 20 years that I’ve skated, I’ve never ridden a longboard. They have always intimidated me. Mainly, it’s their size and that (I thought) most of them didn’t have tails, which REALLY freaked me out. But since I started at Daddies, I’ve been gettingRead More

P-Town Throwdown 2016: Pushing 8.5 Miles & Donating Over 7,000 Pounds of Food

Riders meet in the park to register and bring their food for donation to Oregon Food Bank.  Every 4 cans of food they bring, they receive one raffle ticket with no limit of 
how much food they donate.
By: Robin McGuirk

This 12th annual skateboard push race is going down again May 29th. The route leading from Mt.Tabor Park to Sellwood Park has been a tradition in Portland and definitely the longest running skateboard race in the Northwest. Riders meet in the park to register and bring their food for donation to Oregon Food Bank. EveryRead More