#124: Intuition Skate Shop

As the slogan goes: “Stuck growing up.

Matt Mickey, Cody Norman, Chad Tannehill and Anthony Luna are the local core of the Intuition Skate Shop in Bakersfield, California.

Since Luna and Tannehill are on a streak of winning the Lux Street Open, Krans and Levi took a road trip to check in with our local skate shop to the South.  We talk about the DIY park known as Kernside, shop cats, cookies, tea and more.

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Chad and Luna (and others) at the 2018 Lux Street Open:

Chad x Razors:

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