Juice Magazine Drop In With Marty Ramos

Juice Magazine “Drop In” with Marty Ramos of Kona Skatepark

Juice Magazine “Drop In” Live Interview Show with Marty Ramos, with hosts Dan Levy and Eric “Tuma” Britton, on November 6, 2017.

Kona Skatepark was built in 1977 and, throughout the last 40 years, the Ramos family has operated this private skatepark in Jacksonville, Florida with a steadfast philosophy of spreading the stoke of skateboarding. Today, Marty Ramos is the man with the plan for the future of Kona with concrete upgrades soon to come, as well as an expanded BowlRiders Cup Series of East Coast skateboard contests and much more. Tune in for some great history of one of the longest running skateparks in the world.

Talk Story topics include: Martin Ramos, Kona Skatepark, Jacksonville, Florida, Kona 40 Year Anniversary, 1977, Sin City, skateboarding, Christian Hosoi, 50th Birthday Party, Vans, Combi, Tabor Nash, Nash Motorcycles, Adam Taylor, Bennett Harada, Brian Patch, Tony Hawk, break dancing, punk rock, Prince, Jay Adams, “Skateboard”, movie, Leif Erickson, J Run, snake run, Tony Alva, Alan Gelfand, Rodney Mullen, ollie, Jimmy Plumer, George Wilson, Z East crew, Mitch Kaufman, Kaufdrop, US Open of Skateboarding, Stacy Peralta, Bruce Walker, jam session, timed runs, contests, contest series, Pedro Barros, Kona Bowlriders, Ovieda, Florida, pro/am, vert skating, pool skating, street skating, Olympics, Jimmy Leaphart, Atlanta, Rancheros, Hanger Bowl, Charleston, Hank Biering, tombstone, Buck Smith, Cambodia Ramp Series, Sergie Ventura, Bobby Reeves, Fork Crew, G&S, Chris Russell, Kevin Kowalski, Sam Ogden, Laurie Ramos, Cassidy Ramos, David Hackett, Lenny Byrd, Steve Olson, City of Jacksonville, Hemming Plaza, Clyde Singleton, the Core, New Smyrna Beach, DIY, private skatepark, public skatepark, Jim Fitzpatrick, Venice Skatepark, skateboarding lessons, skatepark, camaraderie, multigenerational, family, skateboarding, safe zone, family values, pro skaters, X Games, Mike Rogers, Grind For Life, Jesse Billauer, Life Rolls On, helmets, Clay Kreiner, Tristan Rennie, Mike Vallely, combi, competition, skate camps, Patty Jimenez, Visit Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, surfing, longboarder, Justin Quintal, Asher Nolan, Kelly Slater, Florida, East Coast, stand up paddling, Bowlriders Cup, King of Kona, Surf Expo, public skatepark, Jax Beach, concrete, upgrade, Steve Caballero, Stone Edge Skatepark, Daytona, NASCAR, Mama Ramos, Camp Kona, Roxanne Ramos, Scarlett Ramos, Marty Ramos, Juice Magazine, Venice, California, live, interview, show, Drop In, Eric Tuma Britton, Dan Levy.

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  1. USED to be a great skate park… It NEEDS a lot of work and care… now most go to the free skate park now at the beaches… If he cares he should do what needs to be done for future skaters…

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