Who We Are
We are a community dedicated to longboarding and skate culture. Founded in Temple, Texas, our goal is to introduce others to the experience of longboarding through collaboration, visual content creation, and social networking. We attend, film, and also host area events and group sessions, and we welcome you to join us.
What Is A Longboard?
A longboard is a longer variant of a skateboard and is often faster because of wheel size. It's commonly used for cruising, downhill racing, slalom racing, sliding, and transport. Most boards measure 84 to 150 centimetres (33 to 59 in) in length while widths vary from 22.8 to 25.4 centimetres (9.0 to 10.0 in). There are several longboard shapes, such as pintails, swallowtails, flat-nose riders, drop-through decks, drop decks and boards with the same shape as a standard skateboard. Their greater weight and bulk makes them less suitable for many skateboarding tricks, but contributes to a fluid motion by providing more momentum. The longboard's design allows for big turns or quick short carves similar (in no way identical) to the motions of surfers or snowboarders.
Who We Are Looking For
In our quest to create skate films, community promotional media, and event documentaries we are in search of:
Longboard & Apparel Companies
and anyone else with an interest in helping us achieve our goals.