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After many moons of global skate-travel, we’re stoked to announce that Long Treks On Skate Decks’ Aaron Enevoldsen has decided to stay in North Vancouver and join Rayne full time.
The crew skate hop into a shuttle to go to the desert town of Mhamid were they set out into the Sahara desert with dinosaur camels.
Catching a magical tailwind with our Sporting Sails we make our way quickly to Ouarzazate.
Our terrible trio goes from being lost in the souks of Marrakech to combing the High Atlas mountains in search of the Lost Peak “Tizi n’tischka”.
The original plan of skating far South to Agadir has changed. Upon realizing the coastal headwinds and gruesome pavement Aaron, Adam, and Paul turn East through almond plantations and wheat fields lined with palm trees…
The cultural exchange between longboarders and Moroccans seems to be going very well! Paul, Adam, and Aaron are invited by the most hospitable locals, receive large smiles from children and elders, and exchange tribal music.
Rayne Team Rider Paul Kent is a long distance pushing machine. Like most things, becoming such an elite competitor doesn’t come from just sitting around, it requires a certain amount of persistence and training.
From 0 to 70kmph on their skateboards and now 0 to 2000kms Long Treks on Skate Decks is BACK! Adam Colton, Paul Kent, and Aaron Enevoldsen teamed up in 2010 to revisit the pain, anguish and hilarity of traveling across countries […]
The 2011 re-release of the Long Treks Demonseed is HERE. Rayne Team Rider Paul Kent has been tweaking the design of the Demonseed over the past few years and to create the fastest, most efficient distance skating or commuting board ever made. […]