These guys got in a good session at Millennium Park, even though it’s still mostly snow covered:
Winter and the lack of an indoor skatepark in the city doesn’t stop these determined Calgary skaters from shredding
Initial Incident is premiering tonight at 8 PM at Shredz in Cochrane (along with Pretty Sweet). Come out!
We recently contacted City of Calgary aldermen and urged them to watch the video below, titled “Share Path”.
The simple fact is, we need more places to skate. Did you know that Calgary has the most extensive pathway network in North America? And skateboarding IS allowed on the pathways, provided all other rules are being followed.
Wouldn’t some little skate spots and skateable art pieces be a nice addition to the pathways?
Calgary-area skaters Brandon Curcio and Tyson Branston will be releasing their video, Initial Incident soon. They’re generously donating some of their profits to CASE. Watch the promo below and stay tuned for a full premiere:
Here’s a nice video clip with Calgary and area spots and skaters. Filmed by Chance Swainson.
CASE friend, Dan Kneeshaw flows through downtown Calgary, with some bonus Millennium Park clover bowl footage: