The Keep On Tuckin’ 2014 tour is back again this summer for the third year in a row! (Fun Fact: the first year of the tour was alternately titled: Up North, Down Hills)
Wheelbase Magazine, Muir Skate, and a elite crew of other radical brands (to be announced shortly) are hosting this West Coast skateboarding adventure beginning in Southern California and rambling on up to British Columbia, Canada over a two week period—from June 22 thru July 6.
This year’s road trippin’ shred-excursion will be made up of various skateboarders living the “skate it all” lifestyle and will be hitting events (Maryhill Festival of Speed & Whistler LBF) and a number of spots along the way, thus sparking a variety of opportunities for shredliness within several thriving communities. And yes, we’ll be giving away rad gear all along the way via a newly updated WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE!
The 2014 Keep on Tuckin’ tour will make pitstops of shralp in Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Portland, Goldendale, Seattle, Vancouver, and Whistler—thus, providing a breath of fresh opportunities for documenting skateboarding of all types. Our three-man wheelbasemag.com media crew will be there to cover the whole trip via photos and video: 7 web videos, daily Insta-swank, two full-length photo event-recaps, and a culminating tour article featured in our upcoming Wheelbase Magazine Print Edition: Issue Two!
More info will come along as the sponsorship and skater list are finalized! We’re stoked to get back on the road again and make some further skateboard magic happen.
Peep last year’s recap video:
You are sure to see some new faces on this year’s KOT tour, but here’s a hint as to who may or may not be rolling with us this year. The following are a handful of amazing skaters that have been on trips with us previously: Liam Morgan, John Kreuter, McLovin’, Kody Noble, Amanda Powell, Dane Webber, The Dubes, Pete Eubank, Louis Pilloni, Justin Preston, David Ruano, Ryan Evans, Ross Druckery, Max Capps, Hayden Conroy, Zack Sharp, Andrew Mercado, Seth Brown, Marcus Bandy, and Eric Jensen.