Don’t forget, this Saturday over at Kissing Bridge! Figure out your carpool, borrow your neighbor’s construction helmet if you have to, and get down to KB before 11:30 AM to sign up.
It’s about that time of year again, weather is getting brisk, Bills still have playoff potential, Mountains out west are opening up while we are forced to wait until December…but fortunately the annual Mucho Jib Jam is on horizon. This year, the Mucho Jib Jam will be on Saturday, Nov. 14th at Kissing Bridge (obviously), starting at noon(ish). Bust out the fake mustaches and sombreros. There will be product tosses, handmade PB&J’s, hot dogs, and all other kinds of goodies. Red Bull will be a sponsor so if you buy a Red Bull, you get a jump on the air bag.
For the mean time, here are some videos from years past to get you all hot and bothered for the jam. Who remembers when tall tees and baggier clothing the better were a thing? Classic…
If you want details on the event, call the shop at 716-837-8743.
Thanks to everyone for coming out last night to the movie premiere of ThirtyTwo’s ‘2032’. We appreciate all the support and love from our customers, friends, and family. The movie premiere went off without a hitch, minus the whole projector not working but that’s why we have numerous TV’s around the shop. The beers were flowing, the minipipe was getting shredded and the tube steaks were being grilled to perfection. Couldn’t have asked for a better premiere. We look forward to seeing everybody again at the annual Mucho Jib Jam over at KB on the 14th of November. Here’s a few photos of some goons from the premiere. More will be added so don’t get butt hurt if you don’t see yourself. Cheers and thanks again.
We’ll be hosting a Movie Premiere for the upcoming ThirtyTwo ‘2032’ movie on October 16th. The grill will be out along with the a skate setup outside the shop. There is going to be a game of SKATE for some prizes too. You’ll be able to skate and grab some hot dawgs before we play the movie. This event is free so don’t worry about hustling for some dollar bills. Call the shop for details on the event. We’ll see you there! Get stoked for the season. Watch the teaser below.
Clear your schedule, cancel your anniversary dinner, and tell your Grandma that you’re going to have bail on that game of Bridge with her and her AARP members. We’re throwing a Movie Premiere party for the highly anticipated, action packed, 2nd installment of Capita’s Defenders of Awesome: STAY BADASS. The movie premiere party will be on September 26th at the shop and will start around 7PM. There’s going to be some product tosses and prizes for coming and we’ll be doing some good ol’ fashioned BBQing and having a few games of SKATE in the parking lot before we put the film on the big screen.
We’ve always backed cooking meat and playing games of SKATE before movie premieres. It’s just the American thing to do. So mark the date in your iPhone, Galaxy or whatever other mobile device that’s the size of your head’s calendar and get ready for one hell of a movie from Capita. Check out the event on Facebook for more details as well. SEE YOU THERE. Video trailer below. Click to play.
When: Sept 26th
Time: 7 PM
Where: 2889 Sheridan Dr
BBQ & Games of SKATE followed by the premiere of CAPITA DEFENDERS OF AWESOME 2: STAY BAD ASS
Three years ago in July of 2011, Alix Rice was on her way home from a night of work at Bocce’s Club Pizzeria on Hopkins Road. She was pushing home on her longboard along Heim Road when she was struck by a drunk driver. She was killed instantly. The driver of the car? Dr. James Corasanti, a well respected member of the medical community. Corasanti did not stop to see what he had hit, nor did he realize he hit something since he had been having drinks previously at a “Martini Golf” event at Transit Valley Country Club. Corasanti received a one-year jail sentence (in which he was released early from) and a misdemeanor DWI. He was acquitted of charges such as second-degree manslaughter, second-degree vehicular manslaughter and a list of others like leaving the scene of an incident without making a report.
The skateboarding community, Alix’s Family and many others along with our shop pushed forward through the pain of feeling injustice to help put together something we can always remember Alix by. A skatepark in Amherst, NY. The Alix Rice Memorial Skatepark is set to be built in Amherst near the Northtown Center. The creation of the Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation has been an integral part of gaining funding, raising awareness and piecing together the puzzle in order to get the Skatepark built.
So this Sunday, July 13th, we will be remembering Alix in an honorary walk from Williamsville North High School to her Memorial Site on Heim Road. The same route she took on that fateful July night. Please feel free to bring your board to push as we walk her trail. The walk will begin at 10AM and after we will be visiting the location of the spot for the Alix Rice Memorial Skatepark. There will be Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation merchandise there for sale in which the proceedings will go towards funding for the park. Being a skater in Buffalo, or more specifically Amherst, you know that parks are few and far between, especially with Xtreme Wheels closing down for the summer. That leaves two, the GHH Skatepark and the LaSalle Skate Plaza. Let’s bring one to Amherst. Show the Buffalo and Amherst Community the amount of support our culture and community have for Alix Rice and her Memorial Skatepark. If you have questions, contact the shop.
Date: July 13th
Time: 10 AM
Bring: Water, Skateboard, Longboard
On April 25th, we will be throwing a Barbeque/Skate Demo/Game of SKATE & tons more with our friends over at Schussmeisters Ski Club. The BBQ will be taking place at the Basketball Courts behind the Ellicott Dorms at UB’s North Campus. They’re located off of Frontier Rd, parking will be available in the dorm parking lots. The Game of SKATE is limited to 18 contestants, so if you feel you’re up to the challenge sign up early! We will be giving prizes to 1st, 2nd & 3rd places. Sorry no 4th place prizes. The itinerary is located below.
- Start Time: 4:30 PM
- Game of SKATE Registration Time: 4:30 – 5:15 PM
- Game of SKATE Start Time: 5:30 PM
- Highest Ollie Contest: 6:30 PM
- Longest Manny Contest: 6:45 PM
- BBQ-ING ALL DAY
We’ll be selling Hot Dogs & Chocolate and all kinds of goodies for a $1 with all proceeds going to the Alix Rice Peace Park Foundation. We’re bringing the manny pads, boxes, rails & kicker for your skating pleasure. Be sure to get in on the highest ollie contest or the longest manual contest as well. Head to our facebook event page for more information. We’ll see you homies there! Bring your girlfriends…or friends that are girls.
Here’s a map incase you do not know where the Basketball courts are!
Remember, for all you filmers and photographers out there, you still have till this saturday at midnight to post your video entry & photo to our Facebook. Anybody’s got a shot at winning! Get yo ass editing right now. We also just got the Nike Zoom Force X1 Boa in! These boots are super comfy and we would recommend going a half size down for the perfect fit. Or come in and try on a pair for yourself.
Mucho Jib Jam 2013
Hola Amigos. De Mucho Jib Jam is back yet again. This Saturday, November 9th down at Kissing Bridge. Registration at noon. See all you esés there. Vamos!
Preview some old edits of the Mucho Jib Jam. Click on a link below