Mark Riley rides some Colorado downhill on the Never Summer Soldier Longboard

We went over to Boulder to catch up with longboard master Mark Riley. He said he wanted to “rip this mellow stretch of road”…. Mellow? Maybe for you dude! This guy can do it all on a longboard. He can cruise, shred the skatepark, bomb hills, and slide a damn longboard like nobodies business. He does all this on Never Summer Longboards equipped with NSA longboard wheels. We’re flattered.

By |August 4th, 2011|All, News|5 Comments

First Ever Never Summer Moto Jam!!!!!! We’ve never been this excited about something that has nothing to do with snowboarding.

The first-ever Never Summer Moto Jam is going down Labor Day Weekend, Friday, September 2 through Sunday September 4, 2011. The Never Summer crew invites you and your family into the National Forest for a weekend of grilling, camping, maybe some drinking, and MOTO! Many of the Never Summer crew are avid dirt bikers and we’ve found the perfect spot in the mountains of Colorado for what is bound to be an awesome gathering. Hundreds of miles of trails for all ability levels. Sleeping in the forest has never been this awesome!

-Tracey and Tim Canaday

Go to http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=110894949008888 to RSVP then send an email to info@neversummer.com. When we have a good idea of the number of people who will be attending Never Summer will email you the location.

“I’d give away my kid’s favorite cat if I could ride like SX Champion Ryan Villopoto…” -Tracey

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By |July 28th, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Never Summer Intern for a Day: 11 Year Old Team Rider Chris Corning

Chris Corning has been riding for Never Summer since he was 8 years old. His dad, Brook Corning, called Never Summer and told us he wanted to give his son, 11 year old Never Summer Team Rider, a real world view. We were told he had a total of one day of experience interning at Community Skate and Snow in Arvada. 11 years old…one day of experience…and we don’t have to pay him…if he works half as hard as he snowboards he’ll be our best employee. He’s HIRED!

Big ups to Brook and Laura Corning for raising this kid to be humble, respectful, and appreciative of all the things he’s received in life! Here’s a look at what he did during his day of hard labor:

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By |July 22nd, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Never Summer Industries Boulder Longboarding

These guys rip! Mark Riley shredding the Never Summer Soldier DT Longboard and Stephan Reinhardt on the Never Summer Revolt. If you are an aspiring longboarder watch this edit… This is how it should look after years and years of practice!

By |July 15th, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Shredding the Never Summer Descent V2 somewhere in Denver

Cameron Lawrence having some fun on the Never Summer Descent V2 longboard! The Descent V2 is everything you’ve come to love about the Descent but now has a redesigned shape and includes the addition of functional nose and tail kicks. Kicks it up an notch for certain…

By |July 12th, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Mark Riley – Never Summer Heist V2 longboard with Drift 77mm NSA Wheels

Mark Riley shreds what you asked for… The new Never Summer Heist V2 with the technologically advanced NSA Wheels. The Heist V2 features flex deck performance and functional kick tails. The Drift 77mm NSA Wheels feature awesome slide, durability, and superior grip when you need it. Never Summer Longboard craftsmanship combined with NSA Wheels results in longboard performance never before experienced. This combo definitely keeps Mark at the top of his game.

By |June 23rd, 2011|All, Longboard|0 Comments

Never Summer’s 2011 snowboard movie trailer “Shred ‘em All”!

We didn’t travel the world, or ride in helicopters, or build a private superpipe.  What we did do was create a movie; with our friends, that represents what snowboarding means to us.  HAVING FUN!  20 years ago Never Summer adopted the philosophy of an older, more established company from Vermont… Ben and Jerry’s, “If it’s not fun, why do it?”  For us it still holds true.  Follow us as we travel around hitting what we can, where we can, when we can.  Enjoy!

By |June 13th, 2011|All, News, Videos|0 Comments

Cameron Lawrence riding the Never Summer Assault Longboard

Cameron Lawrence riding the Never Summer Assault Longboard at Dinosaur Ridge in Golden, Colorado. Cameron shows off the Assault’s agility, smooth and stable ride, and functionality.  The Never Summer Assault is definitely the skateboarders longboard.

By |June 6th, 2011|All, News|0 Comments

Never Summer Industries’ patented RC Technology hits the classroom.

Video Production student Quinn Maxwell put together this four minute informational piece on Never Summer Industries and our patented RC Technology.  Have a look inside our factory in Denver, CO and hear from “The Coolest Guy You Know”, Gags, and The Hammer.  We have to assume Quinn aced the class…

By |May 14th, 2011|All, News|0 Comments
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Never Summer’s reputation of quality and durability began in the early years of snowboarding. Designing and building snowboards since 1983 has given us years of experience in testing and perfecting our snowboard designs and construction methods. We’ve recently taken this experience building snowboards and brought it to the world of longboarding. The end result of our experience coupled with a close working relationship with the world’s leading raw materials manufacturers and engineers allows us to bring you the most durable, high performance boards on the planet! Each board is carefully handcrafted in our Denver, Colorado factory to precision tolerances. Our domestic manufacturing and our ability to improve upon existing technologies resulted in Never Summer being awarded the first patent on any type of hybrid camber technology. We allow only the world’s best snowboard shops to sell our products. Focusing less on excessive promotion and hype, and more on using the highest quality materials, craftsmanship, and customer service has made Never Summer the world’s premier independent board company.
~Tracey and Tim Canaday