DC Shoes Opening An Indoor Skatepark In Barcelona, Spain Is Most Like:

[ ] Opening an Olive Garden restaurant in Tuscany, Italy
[ ] Putting a Panda Express store in Shanghai, China
[ ] Outback Steakhouse opening in Sydney, Australia
[ ] A Polar Ice factory in Antartica
[ ] A Velveeta outlet on the moon

“We felt there was something missing in Europe, a place where our friends and team can ride and enjoy street skating without the street hustle,” said European Skate Category Manager Ruben Garcia.

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9 Responses to “DC Shoes Opening An Indoor Skatepark In Barcelona, Spain Is Most Like:”

  1. Joshua Says:

    “We felt there was something missing in Europe, a place where our friends and team can ride and enjoy street skating without the street hustle,” said European Skate Category Manager Ruben Garcia.

    What he really means is…

    “Well we just figured since Berra, Koston, Williams, and Biebel had one we needed one too.”

    Additionally, when exactly did skating enclosed and indoor “training facilities” (formerly known as just indoor parks) become equatable to street skating?

    Nice post PL. The accompanying photo pretty much sums this one up.

  2. ciaran Says:

    Nothing to do with the fact that Reuben Garcia lives in Barcelona, at all.

  3. BarcelonaCEO Says:

    DC just creates marketing wannabees and a upper class of skateboarders in barcelona, aka building a proper scene for flow kids that like to suck dick. Trust me, I wont be skating that park soon, I be on the streets ripping for old ladies to shout at me, that’s why I became a skateboarder.

  4. No beets Says:

    I does rain in Barcy, you know.

  5. art hellman Says:

    good way to keep those who can’t afford to globe-trot away…

  6. johnny five Says:

    there is an Outback steakhouse in sydney. Out near parramatta.

  7. Philburt Says:

    Whatever dude, I fuckin’ love Outback! That shit is delicious. I’d be so bummed if I went to the land down under and there was no Outback. It’s be like the time I couldn’t find McDonalds in Paris…

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