The Holy Stoked Collective collaborated with pro skateboarders from around the world, to spend two weeks in Bangalore, India building a free public skatepark and spreading the message of skateboarding to a new generation. -- Al Partanen, backside boneless at Play skatepark in Bangalore, India.
The Holy Stoked building crew takes a break from the summer heat.
Hindus consider the cow a holy animal.
Shake from Holy Stoked
Shake, co-founder of Holy Stoked, does his best Wade Speyer impersonation with a Bastard plant (backside boneless to fake).
We get by with a little help from our friends.
The Holy Stoked skatepark took long nights and hard work to complete in two weeks.
The traffic and smog in India can be overwhelming.
We'd all be going to the ER if we skated barefooted.
Chet Childress was one of the professional skaters that went to Bangalore, India to help build the Holy Stoked skatepark. Here he pulls his signature blunt slide in the deep end.
Weird beards unite -- Al Partanen and friend.
Bangalore locals enjoying the skateboarders and the skatepark construction.