Female Skateboarders are multiplying

Norma at 4:07 pm on Monday, February 29, 2016
Tagged: Update

Meanwhile in the Vancouver Skate scene, tadalafil female skateboarders are multiplying, try filling the streets, local skateparks and ramps all over the city.


Kristen Landry “East Side Krispy”, is the creator of Chickflip, an all female skateboarding group aiming to connect female skateboarders in Vancouver BC and beyond.  The goal of the group is to push female progression in skateboarding, spread the stoke among women in the community and encourage them to try it out.  Kristen has partnered up with Melanie Mercier “Mels Bells” to expand the group. Since the new year, the group started hosting ladies skateboarding nights, and the group keeps growing!


For more information visit their Facebook group or follow them on Instagram.

Photos: Norma Ibarra 



New Features at Strathcona

Jeff Cole at 10:43 pm on Saturday, February 20, 2016
Tagged: News,Skateparks,Update

After many lengthy conversations with Vancouver Parks Board the Vancouver Skateboard Coalition is very excited to announce the newest official, more about city installed addition to Strathcona Skate park, treat New Curbs!

In addition to that a very generous Donation from Folk Skateboards allowed for the install of a Barrier.

Awesome things happening!

Photos: Michelle Pezel

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2016 Board of Directors

Norma at 10:29 pm on Thursday, February 11, 2016
Tagged: Update

On February 10, this web 2016, physician a new Board of Directors was elected for the Vancouver Skateboard Coalition


The results are as follows:

Jeff Cole
Vice President & Treasurer: Michelle Pezel
Secretary: Glenn Caseley
Director Of Events: Melanie Mercier
Director of Marketing and Communications: Norma Ibarra
Executive Members: Will Pearson, viagra Spencer Hamilton and Geoff Dermer.
Members at Large: Chris Young,  Jesse Oye and Micheal Gordon.

We at the Vancouver Skateboard Coalition would like to thank Jesse Oye for serving as the secretary and all of the hours of work he contributed over the last year.
We would also like to thank the extraordinary skateboard community at large for their support through a very critical time.