Last Friday, Emerica pros Andrew Reynolds, Heath Kirchart, Kevin “Spanky” Long and Leo Romero were in Scottsdale, Arizona for a shop signing at Industrial Ride Shop. There was a huge line waiting when the guys showed up, and everyone was stoked to meet them.
Andrew flew home the next day so that he could work on the upcoming Baker video, while Leo, Spanky, Heath and Bryan Herman skated around Tucson and Phoenix over the weekend. Heath turned down a plane ticket to Phoenix so that he could ride his Harley out there. He’s awesome!
Filming, filming, filming…Emerica pro Erik Ellington is hard at work getting his last tricks filmed for his Baker video part. Herman, Spanky and Emerica am Braydon Szafranski have also been on a mission getting some hammers for their parts in the vid. You Kids aren’t going to believe how sick the Baker video is going to be!
Erik and Leo will be stopping in at the grand opening of Jack’s Garage Board Shop in Newport Beach, California this Friday, May 20. They will be there from 12:00 noon to 1:00p.m., so come by and hang out. Leo is just about done filming his part for TransWorld’s First Love video, which premieres June 3 at the TransWorld Awards.
If you have Fuel TV, then don’t miss Emerica pro Tosh Townend’s Pro-File that will premiere this Saturday, May 21 at 2.30 p.m. The show is a half-hour long and tells Tosh’s story of how he got to where he is today. Check it out!
Emerica pro Chris Senn is gearing up for his trip to Seoul, South Korea next week for the Asian X-Games. In the meantime, Senn Dog has been skating his mini-ramp and building a deck in his backyard. He’s livin’ the good life in Hawaii with his family.
This week, Emerica pros Ed Templeton and Austin Stephens were on a West Coast Toy Machine tour. Their first stop was in Rohnert Park, California this past Sunday. The boys then headed up to Salem, Oregon and then ended their quick tour yesterday in Spokane, Washington. Ed and his wife, Deanna, are heading to Vancouver, Canada for the opening of their You Ruin My Life art show at Rick McCrank’s Anti-Social skate shop The show will be up until June 24, so be sure to check it out if you’re going to be in the area.
Emerica pro Aaron Suski is heading back to Spain this week to skate the backcountry. In fact, it’s his third trip out there this year. Aaron will be camping around and checking out a side of Spain that is usually not seen by the casual skate tourist.