Hometown: Camarillo, California.
Resides: Thousand “white folks” Oaks, California.
I own a gun. I like Pizza. I write a column for Wheelbase Magazine. I own Yeehaw! Gear too. I am a professional downhill skateboarder. I am going to college at CSUCI.
“The only way a big fish gets that way is by never getting caught” -Big Fish
“Excuse me, while I kiss the sky” -Jimmy Hendrix
“Although I’m upset, it would be irrational to be angry” -Steve Doman
“Every man dies, not every man really lives.” -William Wallace
“Mystery is the catalyst for imagination” -J.J. Abrams
Newest Articles by Pete
WORDS Pete Eubank ART Kris Haro Most times, when the conversation turns into any sort of unsolicited advice, I stop listening and the comprehension mechanism in my brain is instantly muted. Nobody likes being told what to do. For instance, think about the last time you were skating and Mr. Bozo from up the street comes up …
WORDS Pete Eubank ART Kris Haro When I roll around at night, whether I am doing full moon runs down a favorite canyon run, cruising to the market for burritos and beer, or just spending some alone time at the skate park; I feel as if I am getting away with something—that although I am tired and …
WORDS Pete Eubank ART Kris Haro What motivates you to ride your skateboard? Personally, I’ve always tried to emulate the Soul Surfer—an approach to skating which follows a passion for the ride itself, cherishes the process of learning new things, and engages in the never-ending quest for that “perfect ride”. These days, it seems as if many in the …
WORDS Pete Eubank ART Kris Haro Often times when I hit a roadblock in day-to-day life I find myself daydreaming of swooping-sweepers and dropping-hairpins. I catch the thought and fixate on an area of my local skate territory and dream up the roads that must lie deep in the mountains. Therein sits an innate sense of adventure that …
For centuries, mankind has possessed the drive to explore, the passion to wander, and he has fashioned himself the necessary food-items for sustenance along the way. As Caribbean swashbucklers are known for their hard tack and rum, so are cowboys known for their beef jerky and cans o’ beans. In the same token, us skaters …