Grind for Life did a Demo at Kona skate park in Pool with Some of Florida GFL series Skateboarders Jake Yanko Dan Brown Gavin Liller Cole Liller . Thank You Kona skate park for Very Nice Donation
The third stop of the year for the Grind for Life Series Presented by Marinela is a wrap. Check out Chaz's photography and Trap Nate's video recap below. Full results, updated rankings, registration for future stops, and more is at GFLSeries.com. Thanks to all of you that came to another stop to help us with the cause: a good time pushing our skateboarding forward and helping the Grind for Life Organization assist cancer patients with travel they need for treatment.
The second stop of the year for the Grind for Life Series Presented by Marinela is a wrap. Check out Trap Nate's video and Chaz's photography below. Full results, updated rankings, registration for future stops, and more is at GFLSeries.com. Thanks to all of you that came to another stop to help us with the cause: a good time pushing our skateboarding forward and helping the Grind for Life Organization assist cancer patients with travel they need for treatment.
World Record for the Most Surfing Santa’s in One Session 837 Today ✅Super Rad to See The World Record Get Set Every Year @surfingsantas 👍Thank You Everybody for Great Work and Support 👍🤙👊💪🔥❤️😀🇺🇸🌎 @ Coconuts On the Beach
Skateboarding at Its Best . Thank You Everybody for Your Great Work and Support in 2017
Thanks to everyone who helped us close out the year with a bang at Lakeland for the last stop of Grind for Life this year. The Annual Awards are this week on Thursday. Watch for the 2018 schedule out soon. Trap Nate's video recap and Chaz's photos are below.
The 9th stop of the Grind for Life Series Presented by Marinela is in the books. GFL is a national series of all ages contests in both bowl and street. At the end of the year, we recognize the top skaters in each category at the Annual Awards in Tampa. Check the Season Ranking's update here. Trap Nate has the video recap and Chaz has photography from this stop below.
Skateboarding at It's Best 👍 Grind for Life is Beyond grateful for everybody's support and hard work to make this event happen for the Last 11 Years @clashatclairemont 👍🤙👊💪🔥❤️😀🇺🇸 Its a Skateboarding Miracle
We learned something at this stop: skateboard contests on a Tuesday aren't going to be super packed. We figured in Souther California when schools out, Tuesday would be like a Saturday, but it wasn't. Oh well, there was still a good crew of you that came to have a good time and that still went down. Check Nate's video recap and Chaz's photography here. We'll see you at the next stop in Bradenton in a couple months. Find out more about Grind For Life, and all ages, all skills national skateboarding contest series, at GFLSeries.com.
Super BIG Congratulations to GFL Supporter and Team Rider Alex Sorgent for Winning X GAMES Gold !
Alex skated in the gflseries.com for the first 8 years of his skateboarding career, which started at age 5. The Grind For Life Skatepark Series gives skateboarders like Alex the opportunity to learn how to compete and be a part of something positive and healthy.
We would like to thank Alex and the Sorgente family for all their support and efforts to help Grind For Life and help people with cancer
To honor Dave's contribution to the Ann Arbor and world-wide skate scene and to the richness of the lives of everyone who knew him, his friends are throwing down the first annual Memorial Backyard Pool Party. It's on for August 30,2014 at the brand new Ann Arbor Skatepark.
Contests in the pools for all skill levels, pro demo featuring Andy MacDonald and Mike Rodgers, silent auction, raffle and give-aways, and roots music all day.
Tuck grew up in Ann Arbor, attended Burns Park, Tappan, and Community High schools. He was integral to the creation of the first public city Skateboarding facility, the 'City Ramp' at Vets Park, among dozens of public and private skate spots, from barn ramps to city parks, from Michigan to Colorado, the east coast, and beyond.
Tuck represented Ann Arbor and his adopted home in Colorado in the national and international skating and snowboarding scenes from the 1980's until his death last year, earning respect and love everywhere he went.
Dave was a drummer in punk and reggae bands,a wonderful husband, father, son, and always a brotherman to the other man.
Even in his battle with the cancer that finally claimed his earthly life on July 20, 2013, Dave was an example to everyone around him of what a life worth living is all about. He was brave, honest, loving, and dedicated to his friends and family, and to doing what he loved to do the most, until the very end.
Everyone is invited to join us in a day of good skating, good music, and good friends, to celebrate the life of the one-of-a-kind one-and-only Dave Tuck.
Ann Arbor Skatepark is at the corner of N. Maple and Dexter roads in Veterans Memorial Park in Ann Arbor.
All proceeds to benefit charities that Dave cared about. Donations are welcome, we'll be glad to honor your contribution by name if you wish, or anon is fine with us : https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WCNFVNPA69M8Q
The Grind for Life Series expands across the country this year. Houston at Southside was our first stop ever in Texas. Chaz and Nate got the recap in photos and video below.
Stop number five is in the books for the 2017 season of Grind for Life. Next up is Houston this weekend! The Boardr Bus is driving straight from there to Texas as we speak. Thanks to everyone who skated at this stop. Nate has a video recap and Chaz has photos below. Check updated seasons rankings and the full schedule for the rest of the year at GLFSeries.com.
Thank You Everybody for All Your Great Work and Support . Super Rad Day of Skateboarding for The Cause
Thanks to everyone that came to the third stop of the year at Payne Skatepark in Sarasota, Florida.
The second stop of the season is in the books for the Grind for Life Series Presented by Marinela. Check the current rankings here. Thanks to all 154 of you that entered, and the 54 of you that skated GFL for the first time. We hope you had as good of a time as we did. Check out some photos and a video recap below.