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The Pursuit of Speed
Our website now offers the perfect way to create a skateboard that is unmatched elsewhere
Some companies call it a custom board when you get to choose your own colors or a few components. Our definition of custom stretches far beyond, giving you the choice of shape, stiffness, construction, stain color and graphics.
For the past 17 years Subsonic has provided the skating community with sought-
after custom boards. After moving Subsonic Skateboards from Portland to Seattle in 2015, we have continued making our handcrafted boards while expanding our
operations and improving our construction capacity.
Now our new 4,000+ sq ft production facility is fully online and ready to make your riding dreams come true. Adding sophisticated CAD software and precision CNC machine milling to our famous handcrafted finishing, we can offer you nearly limitless creation off our pre existing platforms.
This is the first installment of our new custom board builder, so expect ongoing development. Feedback is welcomed! We can't wait to see what kind of creations we’ll make for you!
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The Pursuit of Speed
Last Saturday, the 11th, a group of individuals among the greater Seattle downhill skateboarding community gathered to race the 8th annual Interlaken Outlaw. This is arguably one of the most memorable outlaw races offered in Seattle and it's made possible by Rain Daley each year.
This year Rain decided to make the event open to all, having no entry fee and no prize to keep the day with an emphasis on skateboarding.
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon without a single chance of rain. Although these are great conditions for skateboard racing, being an outlaw event on an open road this means that road traffic was relatively high which increased time between heats.
Tons of riders of all ages and skill levels came out to race the iconic road.
Sandor Voros leading his heat
Bradley Cameron & Kaleb Haddish
Jackson Wells, Ryan Villa & Moe Wallace
As finals approached, the heats became more and more competitive
Josh Carpenter, always a crowd favorite
After a long day of racing, the final standings conclude:
1st - Simon Snethen
2nd - Martin DePass
3rd - Jackson Wells
4th - Adam Little
I had the opportunity this past weekend to go visit Unknown Skateshop in Marysville, WA and drop off some of our Factory Decks. Unknown is the keystone of the growing skating and longboarding scene in Marysville and Everett, a large urban area north of Seattle.
The view of Unknown Skateshop from the street.
The more stickers are on the front window and door, the better. It's a good sign that what's inside is going to be rad.
Unknown has a large variety of street and pool components, and increasing their longboard gear by the day, but mostly stocking local gear like Subsonic.
Graham at Unknown has brought in a large selection of vintage gear and apparel, art and other weird goods that you might not normally see at a skateshop. It really gives them a unique vibe, and there's something interesting for just about everyone. These name patches caught my attention, and I dug through bins until I found one with my name.
If you're looking for more photos or info on Unknown Skateshop you can find them on the internet here and remember to follow John F. Kennedy on Instagram.