Beercan boards….not a lot of love for Mr. T in Europe.What an incredible show in Munich!I will have much to say about my experiences there. Meanwhile, here are some shots to give you a taste!The Surf Skate Embassy was made up of Carver, YOW, CURFBOARD and WAKGS. Carver is the originator and we were delighted to see so many people enjoying the Whitezu Ramp You can drive very fast in Germany. Here is my good buddy Jeremy hitting 200 km. Some of the wonderful people from Graveyard Longboards from Lake Constance, Germany. Awesome products and even more awesome memories. We’re working on getting these longboards here in North America. The Whitezu ramp. Yes, those are people on roller skates. This is Germany and beer is a religion here. Happy to be a disciple of this particular brand (I buy it in Canada too!)Bastl Boards are from Liepzig. Truly a great crew…we will be back to see them personally!Alex Lenz of the Ministry of Stoke runs the whole Longboard Embassy at ISPO. He works really hard alongside his wife Natasha. Huge thanks to them!Dan Gesmer of Seismic has been coming to ISPO for many years. Folks were stoked on his new shapes and Lokton Grip.