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The Pursuit of Speed
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Some companies call it a custom board when you get to choose your own colors or a few components. Our definition of custom stretches far beyond, giving you the choice of shape, stiffness, construction, stain color and graphics.
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The Pursuit of Speed
Last Saturday the 11th a group of individuals among the greater Seattle downhill skateboarding community gathered to race the 8Th annual Interlaken Outlaw. This is arguably one of the most memorable outlaw races offered in Seattle and it's made possible by Rain Daley each year.
This year Rain decided to make a less of a skill required event, having no entry fee and no prize to keep the event with an emphasis on skateboarding.
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon without a single chance of rain. Although these are great conditions for skateboard racing, being an outlaw event on an open road this means that road traffic was relatively high which increased time between heats.
Tons of riders of all ages and skill levels came out to race the iconic road.
Sandor Voros leading his heat
Bradley Cameron & Kaleb Haddish
Jackson Wells, Ryan Villa & Moe Wallace
As finals approached, the heats became more and more competitive
Josh Carpenter, always a crowd favorite
After a long day of racing, the final standings conclude:
1st - Simon Snethen
2nd - Martin DePass
3rd - Jackson Wells
4th - Adam Little
For 6 years in a row now 100+ skaters of all ages from around the Northwest and beyond have gathered at Mount Tabor park to race the infamous hill bomb for a day.
After the end of last years event it was announced that it was the 5th and final MTDHC, however this was upsetting to many riders, spectators and organizers alike. With the help of volunteers this event was put back together by Eric Hoang of Daddies Boardshop where there was a solid turnout of riders.
Ryan Villa, Emmett White, Martin Depass and Joel Battistoni taking a worthwhile practice heat
Martin DePass leading his grom heat
With 4 different racing classes (groms, womens, open and masters), this race allows riders of all ages and skill levels to compete with other people who race among others who fall under the same skill category. Since this is a hill that tops out around 35mph and requires no sliding, riders get to practice their old school tucks by placing their feet as close together as possible on the board while maintaining a tuck.
Subsonic Team Member Chip Wood
Trey Weston DenhamCongratulations to everyone who made it on the podium!
The final standings conclude:
Groms: 1st Martin Depass
2nd Joel Battistoni
3rd Andrew Geromel
4th Cyan Erdita
Womens: 1st Victoria Waddington
2nd Kaylene Beatty
3rd Mariela Santiago
4th Paloma Acha
Masters: 1st Brendon Corrao
2nd Dennis Manougian,
3rd Gordon Miller
4th Mike Shaughnessy
Open: 1st Pat Haluska
2nd Mack Wacey
3rd Robin McGuirk
4th Trey Denham