Long Island Boards: Home Zones
Long Island Skateboards is stepping up their game in 2016 by supporting more riders. Follow along as Long Island introduces their new team riders Noah, Fischer, Patrick Welsh, Jordan Crosby, and Ryan Bishop.
“It’s our great pleasure to announce that we will be bringing a new team of next generation American riders featuring Noah Fischer, Patrick Welsh, Jordan Crosby, and Ryan Bishop. Our first video Home Zones features three of the four new riders, each in their home area on the hills they grew up skating. These new riders are four of California’s best riders and are already on their way to being the new standard of top level riding in downhill skateboarding. Patrick whelsh is the youngest of the new riders and is from Santa Barbara, CA. Although young he has already made a name for himself with his fresh style and innovative free ride tricks. Noah Fischer is a Malibu, CA local and has made his name by charging some of the fastest and most technical roads California has to offer. His fast and technical style has put him a top podiums in races around the world as well as being a force in the freeride scene. Both Jordan Crosby and Ryan Bishop grew up in the Bay Area of CA riding and learning from some of the best in the scene. Their fast free ride style and Northern Californian roots have quickly put them into the top tier of riders. All the riders are excited on the quality of Long Islands boards. Specifically they enjoy the Fiber-Ex construction on the Elixer series. You can see how they take a the Drone 36″, traditionally a smaller shape, and are able to ride at top speeds due to the the stability of the construction. With quality construction, new and existing Long Island riders, and media efforts from Caliber Truck Co., we are very excited for what the future holds.” – Long Island Boards