Skateblox Warehouse Update 5 by Dan Lykens

The Blox are cut!

The next step for finishing up the first Skateblox mini ramp is the final coating, making the ramps hard enough to ride. Then, we skate.

You can check out the whole warehouse and the first Skateblox mini below. To be the first to know on Skateblox availability, sign up here.

Skateblox Warehouse Update 4 by Dan Lykens

The blox are in! The raw materials needed for the first round of skate blox have entered the Kraken warehouse. Soon we'll be cutting, coating, and finishing up the blox to ship some ramps. The materials will be enough for the first few mini ramps, each being constructed from six quarter pipe Skateblox. Stay tuned for more at www.krakenboardsports.com/skateblox-waiting-list/

Kraken Snowday! by Dan Lykens

Kraken Boardsports' hometown of Wilkes Barre PA got hammered by a nor'easter this week, allowing the Kraken Stealth to take to the streets. A great time to break out the Stealth 301.

Kraken Boardsports' Cofounders on tecBRIDGE Radio by Dan Lykens

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tecBRIDGE Radio is a talk radio show featuring businesses located in northeastern Pennsylvania, and Kraken Cofounders Mike and Dan were recently featured on the show. The show goes into detail on the Kraken Stealth winch product line, SkateBlox, how the company was named, the ups and downs of bootstrapping a company out of college, and all the friends of Kraken. The show features shoutouts to The Kirby Center at Wilkes UCancer Freeze, Wakeoff, Twinstacks, TSE, Montage MountainLisman Holdings and tecBridge's Don Webster.

Special thanks to tecBRIDGE and 94.3 FM The Talker for hosting the show.

Mike and Dan in the studio with Marty Wolff Photo Credit - tecBRIDGE

Mike and Dan in the studio with Marty Wolff
Photo Credit - tecBRIDGE

Meet the latest member of the Kraken Team - Kendrick Schell by Dan Lykens

Kendrick Schell, the newest member of Kraken Team, comes to us as an intern from the Wilkes University engineering program. Aside from hitting the slopes, or hitting the winch in Alabama, he is helping develop some cool new features for the Kraken Stealth (radio control?) and helping make the Kraken Stealth manufacturing line efficient to spread the wake winch love with less blood, sweat, and tears.