Saturday, November 19th Kink Pros Sean Sexton, Chad Osburn, and Darryl Tocco will be hanging out at Prisen Co. in Monterrey, Mexico and then hitting the streets for a day of riding, hanging, and good times with the locals. Come meet up, ride with the guys, and see what kind of goods they smuggle in from the USA to give away!
Tony Hamlin headed to West Milford, New Jersey recently, to meet and catch a session with Daniel Kearney; the lucky winner of the #ridewithkink session after purchasing a 2017 Complete Bike during our March promotion. Thanks to Town Cycle for the support!
Take a cruise with the Kink House residents, from our doorstep to Downtown San Diego and back! We took advantage of a perfect So-Cal Sunday afternoon, and left the Kink van behind for some classic pedaling in the streets. Lots of East Coast in the house for this one…riders including Darryl Tocco, Dan Coller, Matt Miller, Joe Niranonta, Bob Randel, Ben Basford, Jay Roe, Dave Fortman, and Calvin Kosovich.
Follow the squad as Tony Hamlin leads the way on a day trip to Orange County, CA from the Kink House San Diego!
#KinkHouse Driveway Session! Check out the current Kink House residents getting a morning warmup session in, outside the front of our pad in San Diego, California…riding from Travis Hughes, Tony Hamlin, Jacob Cable, Dan Coller, Jake Petruchik, and Ben Basford. Shouts to the Subrosa Rail, and Albert Mercado for lending us his for our stay!
With each a style of their own, while sharing great taste in spot and trick use…the Darryl/Jake section from “Intervention” is a must watch!
A skatepark that meant a lot to the East Coast summers, and Kink riders that used to spend their time there. A local park of Aaron Smith himself, along with many other riders to come from New Hampshire, and the surrounding areas!
In 2003, the Spirit Skate Park opened in memory of Rob Carr and Jake Shumway. Unfortunately, the park was closed last year due to safety hazards and is in need of serious repairs to be reopened.
A coalition of residents—including people who helped build the park in 2003 and high school and middle school students who want to see the park reopened—has volunteered to form the Friends of the Hopkinton Spirit Skate Park committee. Together, we are committed to raising the funds required to repair the park and maintain it in the future.
To make your tax-deductible donation, click the link below or send a check to the Hopkinton Town Hall, 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH.
Aaron Smith shot by Jeff Allen.