Autumn Dave is letting go of the bowl. Sadly, for many, this day was fast approaching. A lot of people have tried to keep it going for the past several years and many have even paid rent consecutively, despite never skating it, just to keep it going. Coupled with the economy, hard times, and summer, something so sick yet fragile is now seeing the end of it's days on 76 West St. Hopefully Dave will be able to wrangle something else in the future, yet I think we will all feel the burn of one less indoor spot when winter arrives. It was great while it lasted, and if you were ever able to party or skate at the bowl in it's lifetime you would know, for what it was, it was pretty rad. Goodbye last minute flea markets, So long all night ragers, Good riddance bowl lurkers who made fortifying the bowl impossible. The end of an era. But who knows? Maybe a last minute Autumn Bowl party is working it's way into the universe? Only the one true lurker in the sky knows the answer..Below is Dave's write up- bid if you have $15,000 laying around you want to spend it on used wood.
After 7 long years we are selling our well loved Bowl. This is your chance to own a skateboarding landmark. Put it in your backyard, skatepark or private warehouse. This one of a kind bowl was Built by a team lead by Tim Vanderbas in september of 2003. Endless lines, perfect transitions, tons of fun. This bowl has been skated by nearly every pro out there including Julien Stranger, Lance Mountain, Tony Hawk, Steve Cabalerro , Spanky, Zared Basset, the list goes on and on. The bowl is due for a new layer of birch ply, the pool coping is perfectly worn in. The dimensions are about 45'x45', 7' in the deep and about 5' - 5.5' everywhere else. Price does not include removal or installation. Bowl must be removed Before august 29th unless other arrangements are made prior to sale. Click the link for a bowl video http://autumnnyc.com/autumn-bowl/. Thanks!