The DB Lunchtray!

DB Lunchtray

DB Lunchtray

When we look at the DB Lunchtray we see progression! We see a platform that truly gives you, the rider, unlimited potential for freeriding! Everything about the board is really pretty fantastic! There is a ton of continuous rocker running from tip to tip, it’s like a teeter-totter! However, unlike most boards with rocker, the Lunchtray has a nice deep and precise flushmounting system that slightly lowers the ride height, but more importantly, allows the degree of your trucks to remain unaffected! Not only is it flushmounted, it is flushmounted AND has optional wheelbases so you can really dial this board into your personal style!

The DB Lunchtray has some mean concave. Above the wheel wells there are hefty flared up areas of 3D concave that will keep your feet locked in no matter how fast you go or how big you slide. Looking at the Lunchtray you will probably notice that there are kicktails but without riding the board you can’t tell how functional they actually are. Believe us, with all of the rocker that this board has, those kicktails are wild and will pop your board up like crazy!

DB Longboards is coming out with some really rad stuff that is going to shape the way for boards of the future. The Lunchtray is just one installment of all their awesome plans to come! If you thought the invention of the wheel was revolutionary… wait til you get your feet on the DB Lunchtray!

So Pete and Jeffrey that work here get into all sorts of shenanigans! Sometimes it is on a board, sometimes it is off a board! Their footy got compiled together and we made this fun little edit of them goofing off! In this edit they do some bombing and free riding on Mt. Tabor here in Portland, Oregon as well as get some park skating in at the Brooklyn Street DIY skate park!

Music: “The Wires” – The Great Mundane

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Freshly Paved… Fresh and Paving the way!

This level of shredding is pretty awesome. I feel like these dudes got their huge slides on lock very early and then decided to do stuff they hadn’t seen anyone do before. I am sure they are influenced by some bigger names out there but I feel like these guys are pretty original. Speaking of original I am pretty sure I saw the same original longboards prototypes in this video that I saw out at maryhill. And by prototypes I mean boards that will be coming out later this year or next year. Everything looked pretty solid! It really seems as if original is stepping their game up to stay current in the world of downhill and freeride, plus they got some shredders on board to back it up!

Daddies Ambassadors out for a nice Sunday Shred Sesh.

Zach Boston getting sideways in the boonies! Rich people boonies.

On sunday I went out with some of our new Daddies Ambassadors. They took me to a few spots I had never been to and it was actually pretty sick. Pretty gnarly though. The hills we hit up were steep, fast, and buttery smooth.

Eric Hoang on "These" Wheels

Richard Topete - Sliding away

Richard Topete - Toeside steez.

Richard and I wore the same jeans that day. It was pretty cool haha

Richard was killing it! Showed up a little late and just came in on fire.

Eric getting wild with an Indy/tuck knee slide

Richard Topete Toeside into the woods

Mid way through we had a dork around session

SO Zach Ollied off this little ledge on his Rayne Vandal into a hill bomb

Zach heel side at the Troutdale Steeps

Richard getting his Toeside on

Then there was a kitty session with one of the nicest kitties ever.

The kitty liked my photo bag

The Kitty ended up liking Zach Boston too!

Richard and Eric with Dueling Standups

Richard and Zach with Dueling Toesides

For a TON more shots check here!!!

Everyones setups were as follows!

Zach Boston: Rayne Vandal, Caliber Trucks, Orangatang Balut wheels

Eric Hoang: Rayne Killswitch, Caliber Trucks, These Prototype wheels

Richard Topete: Rayne Avenger, Caliber Trucks, Abec 11 Freerides