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Satellite Boardshop and Red Bull unveil video from Ride With Us Colorado Skatepark Tour

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Boulder's Satellite Boardshop is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, and this summer also marked the shop's seventh annual Ride With Us Colorado Skatepark Tour, which started back in May at the new Arvada park (a Westword Best of Denver 2012 winner) and concluded in August at the new park in Wheat Ridge. Red Bull just released its edit from the trip, featuring Ryan Decenzo, Brandon Biebel and Pat Moore, and it's a doozy.

See also: - Ernie Torres for Real Skateboards: Pushing Colorado Since Day One - Go Skateboarding Day: 303 ways to skate down a set of stairs - Royal Stain hits up Arvada Skate Park, a Best of Denver 2012 winner, with David Reyes

Next up? Satellite starts looking towards snowboard season next week with The Reunion Snowboard Sale (September 27-30) and the ten-year anniversary of The Reunion Snowboard Video Premiere at the Boulder Theater on September 24 (8:30 p.m., tickets $13.50, with Burton's 13, Videograss' The Darkside and DC's Must Be Nice on the bill). And, in a three-way orgy of local love, the shop just started selling its Satellite X Never Summer Industries collaboration snowboards, featuring the work of Boulder photographer Jeffrey Garland:


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