Tag Archives: Colorado

She’s Back & She’s Helping Others

Kori is happy to be back skating and I’m happy she shares her videos & pictures.

Above she’s at Rainbow Park in Silverthorne, Colorado and below she’s at Roxborough Park also in Colorado.

Thanks Kori for sharing how beautiful Colorado is to skate.

Kori at Clement Skatepark – you guessed it Colorado!  Check out her IG and her FB to see more of her skating and find out about HardKorFit.  She’s the owner and loves to help others achieve their personal health & fitness goals.

Skateboarding is exercise & girls can turn their passions into jobs!  Thanks for sharing Kori.  Where & how are you following your passions on & off the board?  When you share you inspire others.


Sunday a Fun Day to Recharge with your Skateboard

Chelsea shares this video with the caption

This is how I spent part of my Sunday, what a beautiful day we had!! I hope you all had a restful day and are ready to conquer another week!

There are so many reasons skating is fun, including it’s ability to clear your mind and get you recharged for the rest of life.

Chelsea’s skating in Colorado where are you having fun skating?

I love how the pink in her shoes matches her wheels plus she keeps it stylish off the board & helps others do the same.

She does amazing work with colors at Studio B Fort Collins Co.  and has solid advice on her IG:

Yes – we are all meant to be beautiful and support the beauty of others – surround yourself with a positive tribe and positivity will grow!




Alyssa Now Riding for Lost Girls Tribe


I liked the picture so I read the caption

So proud to say I now ride for @lostgirlstribe I can tell you from every perspective they are full of stoke. Thank you Natalie and Candy for this opportunity!!

From there I reached out to Alyssa to find out more.

SF:  How long you’ve been skating?

Alyssa:  I’ve been skating since I was 12, I’m 17 now. But I only started longboarding 2 years ago, I started out bowl skating.


SF:  How did you start?

Alyssa:  My best friend had a skateboard, we decided together that we wanted to learn. We went to a church basketball court and practiced turning and pumping until we felt comfortable commuting everywhere. I learned to slide on my longboard through free classes at my local boardshop, which I now work at.

SF:  Where do you skate?

Alyssa:  I skate all around my home state, Colorado. Like this weekend I drove almost 2 hours to hit some mountain spots!


SF:  Why do you think it’s good for girls to skate?

Alyssa:  I think it’s important for girls to skate because, at least personally, it really got me to come out of my shell. Before skating I was an awkward kid with nothing to do after school, and no real community. After skating I was forced into a new world, got to meet new people from all different backgrounds, and pushed to face the things that I fear.


SF:  Why are you proud to be a part of the Lost Girls Tribe?

Alyssa:  I’m proud to be a part of lost girls tribe for many reasons. Their mission, to empower girls, is obviously very personal for me. The owner is also amazingly nice. When filming our edit she insisted it was about showing progression to anybody watching. It’s not about being the best out there and being amazing- it’s about showing girls what’s possible and being inviting. The whole company from top to bottom is wholesome.

Something else I’d like to add is a lot of girls don’t try skating because they think it’s for boys or think they suck. I sucked when I started. It’s not about where you are when you begin- it’s about pushing yourself to learn. Girls and boys can skate together, and it’s a really fun sport and community. There’s always something to do next. So go out and skate!!


Thanks Alyssa and thanks for letting me know about Lost Girls Tribe.  I hadn’t blogged about them before and they are definitely a group I want to lift up in the blog.

To find out more about Lost Girl Tribe check out their IG and webpage.  Below some information from their About Page.

Natalie Oaks, Georgia Danielson, and Gina Anderson-Queen, began their quest for fun and shred after meeting through the room mates section of Craigslist. None of us had lived in a little mountain town before, and we were all ready for adventure. It just so happened that we became close friends and decided we should reach out to other ladies in the community.

Since then, we’ve grown into a movement! We would like to inspire ladies and gents everywhere to focus on the journey rather than the end.


I totally agree enjoying the journey and taking time to make & keep new friends is stylish on & off the board.





Candybombing in Colorado

Thanks so much for all the positive vibes about the latest collage.  I’m meeting lots of new girls and catching up with others.

Below is Candy – I’ve known her for awhile and can’t believe I haven’t written a post about her.  Or I’m so unorganized I can’t find it – either way this is #girlscanskate in Colorado!

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She captioned this – That lean LYFE doe. We felt some Gs today in the #Colorado #rockymountains


Where does Skateboarding Take You?

longboard travels

A skateboard is transportation – it’s actually the best transportation for the beach & school – no worries on parking & you can take it with you to keep it safe.

Tay_abeyta shares this picture with the caption I love where longboarding takes me.  I agree skating has taken me to places where I never would have gone or even known about.  I haven’t traveled to all the places I’ve blogged about – or even to Colorado where this picture is from – I have seen the beauty out there in the world – thanks skateboarding for opening my horizons.

Traveling and/or knowing about the world is stylish on & off the board.  Keep sharing where you go with your skateboard!