Rick Lowe visits the World’s Biggest Skateboard Museum

Not too many people know of Skatelab, which astounds me. Skatelab is one of the longest running indoors skateparks in the world. Not only that, it’s home to the biggest skateboard museum and hall of fame, in the world.

If you’ve ever been to SoCal, and you haven’t visited Skatelab, and this amazing skateboard museum, then you’ve really missed out on something awesome.

World’s Biggest Skate Museum

The skateboard museum has some of the rarest, oldest, and most amazing skateboards you will ever see in your life.

The skatepark has signed boards from every big skateboard name you can possibly imagine. I’ve been there over 100 times, and I always see something new, every time.

Killer Skatepark

You would be forgiven for believing that perhaps if the museum, is so cool, that the skatepark might be lame. Think again. Skatelab is awesome.

It’s also air conditioned, and skated by some of the biggest names in skateboarding. Don’t believe me? Go watch Andrew Reynolds’ Epicly Later’d, and you’ll see Skatelab.

Mike Mo Capaldi is a Simi Valley skater, and a Skatelab local. I’ve seen Paul Rodriguez, Danny Way, Tony Alva, and many more legendary skaters at this park.

Skatelab is part of the SoCal skating experience, so if you haven’t been there yet, and you’re coming to California soon, get your ass over to Skatelab as soon as possible.

Check out my vlog for details of this awesome place.




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