Well now you can with our full autographed 11-deck series, for sale now on eBay!
Click here or on the photo to check it out!
Don’t miss out on the once in a lifetime chance to win this entire 11 deck Chocolate Skateboards City Series, individually autographed by each team rider.
This series is hard enough to track down on its own, let alone signed by the entire team!
Find the link HERE!
We are so excited to announce that in the near future we will be auctioning off the full Chocolate Skateboards City Series decks, signed!
Each Chocolate rider signed one of their boards, and Chocolate generously donated it to help us raise funds for the Ambleside Skatepark renovation.
Have you been keeping up with our eBay auctions?
This Eric Koston Girl Skateboards deck is one of our newer listings. Released in the spring of 2001, this board features artwork by Michael Leon and still has 4 days left on auction!
Don’t forget to check back often, because new boards are going up all the time!
We are extremely happy to announce that we’ve passed the $65,000 mark for fundraising!
Go Skate Day at Ambleside was a huge success as well, bringing in close to $3,700 for the park renovation. This could not have been possible without the generous donations from Supra Distribution, Take 5 Trading, and Timebomb Trading. Thank you again.
Stay posted for more updates as the Ambleside Skatepark Project continues.
For those who missed it, here’s the link again to the eBay auction page. All proceeds from the sales go towards the Ambleside Skatepark renovation.
Again, a massive thank you to Bob Kronbauer for generously donating all of the items that we’ve sold and are continuing to sell.
Here are a few of the sales that have already finished (click to view page):
Be sure to stay updated on the eBay page to see what new boards go on sale!
“HERE is a link to the Ebay store where the boards are being auctioned. I don’t imagine that many of you reading this are hardcore skateboarding fans who want to buy collectible skateboards for hundreds of dollars each, but I wanted to share the story to hopefully encourage you to donate directly to the cause. Chip in a few bucks and help kids over on the North Shore and in West Van get the park they deserve. The original one was built 20 years ago and has since become difficult to skate.”