Alfuso has been the Full time Abec 11 filmer for a few years now and hes shot one on one videos with a bunch of our riders.
We’ve got another Levi Green interview! This time in Hungarian.
Check out the full interview over at Boardside: http://boardside.kinja.com/levi-green-begepeltem-hogy-longboard-slide-1526175111
Also check out Levi’s interview from Than Magazine a few days ago.
Thane Magazine is catching up with Levi after he’s had a bit of time to settle in after Greener Pastures.
Rayne team rider Levi Green recently moved back down to California and is finally settled in! Thane Magazine asked for a moment of his time to discuss a bit about Greener Pastures Offshore and a bit about his coming plans.
Into luge/bee keeping?
Totally an option, but I hate bees. I’m thinking maybe some moonshining. That could be fun!
Finally throwing down part two of the Rayne Puerto Rico 2013 trip! Sorry for the wait, we promise it’s worth it.
Puerto Rico was a blast last year! A few weeks of beaches and downhill skateboarding for the Rayne team. Big ups to Brock Newman for the edit, he been busy crushing school but still had some time to finish the video. Part one was pretty epic but part two is going to blow your mind, check it out.
Greener Pastures dropped some GIFs on us today. Worth checking out for sure!!!
We found some funny GIFs on the Greener Pastures Offshore website today and there is a sick one of Rayne team rider Levi Green.
Check out the rest on the GP2 blog: http://skategreenerpastures.com/2013/12/02/greener-pastures-gifs/
Rayne team riders Kevin Bouaich and Levi Green stray from the pack and get some shredding done on their own terms.
As the riders get a feel for their surroundings, Levi, Kevin & Max take the opportunity to sneak out early and skate the high-speed technical roads down from the volcano. The fruits of the island show their colors and they dive in to explore.
Rayne team rider Levi Green helps prototype Rayne Longboards latest release. Welcome to the Darkside!
Rayne Team Rider Levi Green is well known for mad steez, redrilling everything and Purple. We figured we could combine these traits with Levi’s ability to skate everything to prototype a new board for the Summer 2013 line-up we thought he would like – the Rayne Darkside.
How much do you know about Rayne proto’s? Ha Ha. A little bit Cat Money, a little bit Moracle, partly Chillshakabrah, all Rayne and a lot of fun. The Darkside is a Directional, Top Mount Freeride board with Radial Drop, Rocker and a Kick-tail. The Darkside has a short wheelbase, narrower width and just enough flare to put on some 70mm Rayne Envy Wheels, but we think it’s most fun on the 62mm Envy.
This hybrid board crosses over a love of radial drops for DH leverage, control and lock-in with a urning for a kick tail to get up, over and around everything and anything. Like a fun button for around own, now you can ollie, manual, blunt and firecracker your way from place to place instead of just pushing. Come over to the Darkside!
Length – 36″
Width – 9.75″
Wheelbase – 23.5″ / 24″ / 24.5″
Missionary Construction – The classic Rayne sandwich construction you know and love.
Vert-Lam Bamboo Core – Stronger than steel, light like a feather .
Pre-tensioned Fibreglass – Adds long life, durability, strength and energy return.
Sublimated Artwork – Scratch-resistant ink is tattooed into the deck. Sharp Edges – Final touch for locked in feet.
Speed-stiff – Don’t get bounced! Stiff boards will make you stable at high speeds.
Directional Shape – Gives extra edge feel for carving, cruising and speed.
3D Wheelwells – Fight against nasty wheelbite and keep your feet in place.
3 Stage Rocker – Pre-loads your legs for easier tucking and turning.
Radial Drop Platform – Cradles your feet to keep them where you want. Ideal for freeriding.
Mean Cave – Concave designed to be steeper in the middle to give you both pockets and gas pedals.
Universal Variable Top Mounting – Lets you pick the wheelbase that works best for you.
Bee Orange Finish – Smells good, taste great, and seals and protects your board without harmful chemicals.
Levi and Wyatt shredding some gnarly pavement.
Between two of Wyatt’s local runs is a sweet generally unskated shortcut so we decided to do a little filming!
The beaten path is often the one we ordinarily take, but Vicious Team Riders Levi Green and Wyatt Gibbs are far from ordinary. Out for an afternoon skate, Wyatt showed Levi a local shortcut between two runs and the guys decide to shred down some gnarly pavement and have a little janky pavement fun on the way home.
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This year was the first year we had a full free ride day on jakes rash!
This year’s event started a day early with a full day of closed off free ride! An amazing way to get used to the hill in large packs.
Load of runs were had the first and second day in wet and dry conditions. Thankfully things stayed dry the entire race day.
Unlike Danger Bay Jakes Rash was not a family event! Sexual acts on the corner, swearing on the speakers, and beer in almost everyone’s hand made for a great time.
Aidan Lynds managed to take a couple snaps from the race that you can check out on our Facebook.
1st Women – Victoria Waddington
Danger Bay 12 was a riot for a family event! Check out what went down.
As always the Danger Bay weekend was filled with excitement and a huge Rayne crew. With our baby Tiffany in the shop we all loaded into a U haul to crash for a few days. With hammocks hanging from the walls and sleeping mats lining the floors we were set.
The slide jam was wet and began to dry gradually throughout the morning. Instead of the usual comp they threw in some new events like limbo to spice things up. Our own Mischa Chandler was the only one to get under hands up. Things got a bit to hairy for most and the jam ended a bit short.
Check out a few photos from Rayne team rider Justin Readings on our facebook.
Things started early for the race at 5am loading up and getting the tents and course set up. The downhill race was surprisingly dry for this year so things ran pretty smooth for the entire day. Team Rayne was out in full force racing and lurking.
Check out a few more photos from the race here.
2nd Women Anna O’Neill (Rayne, Royal)