Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Downhill Skateboard Gear on loan to the California Surf Muesum

Sent off my Downhill Skateboard Gear for a year along with Bob Denike president of NHS (Santa Cruz Skateboards, Independent Trucks, Road Rider...Creature), custom helmets first fairing style concepts and boards, Mike Goldman and John Hutson's Leathers and boards to Larry Balma the founder of Tracker Trucks and Dale Smith known for his huge collection of vintage skate stuff. I have saved my skate stuff for the memories and now for the kids. Some how lost all of my medals and most of my trophies from back in the day but have the memories, race notes, times, numbers and lots of stickers. Got a e-mail about another possible skate show at a famous museum but will have to keep that one under wraps. Big thanks to TC at the Santa Cruz Boardroom for letting us take out the downhill goods which have been on display at his amazing Skateboard Museum within the store on 41st in Santa Cruz.

I love skateboarding always have always will. I've come across some old art when digging up the skate stuff. Paintings and drawings I don't even remember doing. I"m giving these to Scott Foss skater from the Bones Brigade who lives in Santa Cruz. We skated back in the 70's hope to skate with him again at Lake Cunningham.

VISITOR INFORMATION California Surf Museum in Oceanside, California 312 Pier View Way Oceanside, CA 92054 Tel. (760) 721-6876Get Direction sHours: Open Daily 10am to 4pm Thursdays until 8pm Closed Major Holidays Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Seniors (62+), Military, Students, Free Kids 12 and under, Free Tuesday, Free CSM MembersEmail:

1 comment:

Cindy Whitehead said...

so rad Judi - can't wait to head down to Oceanside and check it out!