Before the pandemic hit and the world went to shit for a bit, the Limitless Culture crew hit Orlando in 2018 & 2019 to attend the Surf Expo. I recently found some lost tapes from both of the trips and am bringing them to you for the first time. Enjoy!
So a little background about why we even went on the trip in first place : Tommie Zam from Trueskateboard Magazine knew that I was in Savannah at the time and had hit me up about going there to film an edit they could post on their website. I said fuck yeah! So I gathered up the crew, which consisted of Jake McWhirter, Graham Spieler, Noah Wilson, and myself, we split a hotel and sent it. The following images and videos summarize the trip in its entirety.
This is the full recap video we sent over to Tommy after all was said and done! One hell of a weekend that led us to getting a booth at the next Surf Expo in 2019.
This time we got a full 4 bedroom apartment for the weekend and ended up meeting a bunch of epic people from tons of different brands. We helped sponsor the mini ramp jam and get super involved in the whole process. I got a bigger crew to come out and we sent it! Definitely one of the more memorable moments from 2019! Peep the video below to see the recap as well as see Jake Yanko and Dalton Dern tear the mini ramp up!
That's all folks!
For the first event of our Down the Line contest series, we have teamed up with the infamous Looney Tunes in West Babylon to put together a one of a kind game of skate tournament.
Sunday, October 30th at Best Pizza on the Stretch in Montauk, we are hosting a banger of a halloween party! Come on by Best Pizza in your best costume From 5PM until close!
I'm sure many of you have heard of or seen pictures of the infamous Sk8 Liborius DIY (The abadoned church turned skatepark). We got in touch with Co-Founder of Sk8 Liborious, Bryan Bedwell, and chatted with him about how it all started and how they have lasted the past 10 years.