Our Cyber Monday sale is our biggest one yet with 50% off site-wide. Get decks, completes, components – whatever you need to Roll Green this holiday season. Plus if you live in the USA you’ll get FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $65. But it’s only one day so order now!

Nothing says “summertime in Oceanside” like hanging out on a sunny day down by the O’side Pier and when 5 o’clock hits, we’re out the door and down the road, cruising the boardwalk and enjoying the SoCal sun. Our brand new Drop Through graphic is inspired by everything we love about our favorite city, and it just dropped today, so grab the O’side Pier and do some sidewalk surfing!


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In celebration of the season  Bamboo Skateboards is hooking up with Sanuk with their 12 days of Sanukmas. We’re offer some killer deals during the last 3 days!

50% Off Longboard Completes & $99 Short Deck completes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Select Longboard Completes are now 50% off… Yup, 50% off and all Short Deck Completes are $99

  • 39″ Square Tail Tidal Rider or Blank
  • 42″ Double Kick Mirrored Sea or Blank
  • 44″ Pintail Tiki Man or Blank
  • Pick any graphic or blank short deck and select complete for the $99 deal!

Merry Sanukmas!

P.S. Santa just informed us the elves have made extra extra room on his sleigh so all orders over $80 get FREE SHIPPING!


Big thanks to all the supporters who came out the the events we sponsored for 91X’s Movember month long campaign.  It was a blast to be apart of such a great cause and spread the bamboo love while bringing awareness of prostate cancer.

Here’s some pics of the winner of a Bamboo Skateboards Pintail Tikiman Longboard deck at the Facial Hair Form November 29th!

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Here’s a few pictures from the Mo’s & Ho’s party last night at Bootlegger’s Bar in downtown San Diego!  One lucky winner walked away with a Diamond Bamboo Deck & one of our brand new Mayhem style T-Shirts.

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Can’t wait until next year!!!

I cannot wait to see what happens after completing this internship. By remaining focusing on what is needed to accomplish today’s goals, I have a clear vision what will need to happen to achieve the employment  desired  in the action sports industry.  It has been a constant feat to balance my current employment, this internship, and my social life all at once. Having completed this internship will allow me to focus purely on acquiring the employment opportunities I desire and less on balancing the many other requirements others have for me.

One thing will always remain certain in life, if you want something you have to go out and get it for yourself. This internship has taught me that you must be willing to make sacrifices, do whatever it takes to keep moving forward, and push until you reach your goals. It may seem hard at times to keep all this up month after month, week after week, day after day, but this is a proven the recipe for success. By staying driven day in and out, no matter the circumstances I remain in a commitment that many others have not been able to meet. It is a great lesson about running a prosperous business; no matter what the daily circumstances may be, it is important to stay focused on moving towards the goals.

As this journey comes towards an end, I have acquired some very useful information and lessons that will carry on with me in my new employment, new experiences, and new life challenges. Every tribulation that is faced today prepares me for the future, and how situations are handled today dictates how well I can control the outcome of future circumstances.

So this last weekend I got to represent Bamboo Skateboards at “Greenfest” which was presented by SDSU’s Associated Students and SDSU’s Enviro-Business Society. It was a weeklong schedule of events which encourage, celebrate, and advocate sustainability and diversity. The purpose of GreenFest was to engage the campus community through social and interactive programs in an effort to educate them on the important of living a sustainable lifestyle and to promote sustainable practices.

Engaging with the students and staff alike, it was evident that SDSU is a campus that is at the forefront of living sustainably. Every vendor that was present was making steps towards revealing ways to improve lifestyle while doing a part of preserving the future. It was not only a great event, but a great venue. For anyone that has not been to the SDSU campus I would recommend visiting for the simple fact of viewing great architecture in a stunning setting.  Awesome art, design, and scenery coupled along with great weather and many like-minded students, sets the tone for becoming educated in both general studies and sustainability at a SDSU a synch. It is no wonder this is a preferred University amongst many students living in Southern California.

While working this event, I informed others about business practices that will not only generate business for Bamboo skateboards, but healthier consumer decisions  on what products leave less of an impact on future generations. Overall, I would say that this was a great success for Bamboo Skateboards and other products/services that promote sustainability!


Just wanted to say huge shout out to my friends that are on tour!

The band is called Minor birds and they are on a 2-3 month tour with another great artist named Kat Jones. Thanks to Mark in the marketing and sales department, they are riding new Bamboo Skateboards in somewhere around 30 states of the United States of good ‘ol America!  After the bands tour had a stop in the San Diego area, Bamboo skateboards had the pleasure of hosting them to a few hours at the warehouse, showing them what it’s like to run a great skateboard company while they showed us what it’s like to run some great instruments! Please follow them on their journey across the great states, and make sure to support their valiant effort to support Bamboo skateboards and methods of sustainability through great music and art in any way that you can!

Thanks so much Joel, Chelsea, and Kat Jones for making the stop to see an old friend. Love you guys and your wonderful musical capabilities!!

Keep reppin the BOO and make us proud out there!




Whoa how is it already the end of week 4? I know, I know, I know, everyone says how time flies, it could be the most cliche thing out there but its true.


The last two weeks I was only able to attend 1 event but I made sure the interns going to the other events were ready as they will ever be. That meant heading into the compound early to make sure they had boards to display / sell at each event, making sure any boards we owed the event were accounted for and ready to be dropped off, as well as make sure all event materials (EZUp, chairs, displays, banners, etc) were ready and easy to get to. With a skate event in Orange and a surf event in Ocean Beach this took a little bit of time to prep. I was however able to make it to a launch party up in LA for a company / building / awesome idea called The Hub LA. It is a collaborative work space where you pay to come and work there with other creative and brilliant individuals from all walks of life and career directions. They was 3 of us interns who attended plus Geoff and one of his friends. The party was pretty awesome, live DJ, photo booth, dancers, creative writing walls, and of course some awesome food and drink. Before and after the event the other 2 interns and myself walked around a bit, since this was held in the art district there were some amazing murals all over the buildings. Unfortunately my phone’s camera is far below par so I do not have any pictures but I do plan on another trip to that area again soon, camera in hand.


Another huge event this week was our inventory day. I spent a good long time this week organizing all of our blank short boards, prepping some of them to be printed, organizing the now printed ones, and updating all of our inventory and outstanding orders. Lets just say short boards alone was a ton of work but then came the long boards. Our long boards have some of the coolest graphics ever and they have the “grip tape” built into the tops of the boards, what this means is you have to be VERY careful while stocking them so that you don’t cause any unwanted scratches to the awesome paint job. Oh and I forgot to mention how heavy those bad boys are!! Regardless we now have a full inventory of all of our boards and I must admit that it looks pretty awesome seeing them all out ready to be shipped to our loyal riders and shops across the globe.


With the 4th week coming to an end I must admit I have felt overwhelemed at times and I do not feel as though I have put my 110% into it as I plan to do so next week. This week I organized my time much better but its amazing how quickly a nicely laid out plan can crumble into a million pieces. To all those reading this in interest of becoming a futur intern I still fully recommend it but I must advize you to start working on that time management skill you think you have down cause time will mess with you a lot on here. Plus don’t you want to BBQ at the BambooSK8 compound??!!??!!

See you in a few weeks!!