Vans Off The Wall Skate Park Opening Part 2

On Saturday March 22nd the Vans Off The Wall skate park in Huntington Beach, CA officially opened to the public. Here are a few moments from the skate team’s two hour signing last weekend.

Vans Off The Wall Skate Park Opening Part 1

On Saturday March 22nd the Vans Off The Wall skate park in Huntington Beach, CA officially opened to the public. Steve Van Doren and the mayor of Huntington Beach were there to cut the ribbon. Christian Hosoi, Tosh Townsend and Ed Templeton made their imprint in concrete outside the skate park gates and were the first inductees into the SoCal Sole of Fame.

Tonight’s the night for the Aika Collective’s photo show in Long Beach, CA. 20 epic photographers with their iconic photo prints, old and new. There will be photos from the 15 Aika Collective photographers plus 5 new photographers are in the mix for the show: our own Anthony Acosta, Brian Gaberman, Lance Dawes, Tobin Yelland, Joe Hammeke and Brian Bielmann. All with a ton of photos of Vans riders such as Geoff Rowley (seen here), AVE, Ray Barbee, Cardiel & a bunch of others.

Tonight’s the night for the Aika Collective’s photo show in Long Beach, CA. 20 epic photographers with their iconic photo prints, old and new. There will be photos from the 15 Aika Collective photographers plus 5 new photographers are in the mix for the show: our own Anthony Acosta, Brian Gaberman, Lance Dawes, Tobin Yelland, Joe Hammeke and Brian Bielmann. All with a ton of photos of Vans riders such as Geoff Rowley (seen here), AVE, Ray Barbee, Cardiel & a bunch of others.

"He (Geoff) saw this bridge and was like, “Look at that! You can skate that like a flatbar!” We pulled over, swept the thing off and him and Arto skated the thing. It ended up being a cool photo but again, thank God this isn’t in East LA or Irvine because it just would not look as cool.” -Anthony Acosta
From Acosta’s Angles during Geoff Rowley’s rider’s week. View the rest of Geoff’s riders week in our updated Editorials section.

"He (Geoff) saw this bridge and was like, “Look at that! You can skate that like a flatbar!” We pulled over, swept the thing off and him and Arto skated the thing. It ended up being a cool photo but again, thank God this isn’t in East LA or Irvine because it just would not look as cool.” -Anthony Acosta

From Acosta’s Angles during Geoff Rowley’s rider’s week. View the rest of Geoff’s riders week in our updated Editorials section.