Dump Road has been skated on and off as an outlaw track since 1997. Its called Dump Road, well, because its a dead end road leading up to a dump outside of Riverside, CA. Closed on Sundays we didn’t see a single car all day. There were 37 Registered Racers contributing into a cash purse of about $800. We were lucky enough to have a handful of the O.G. Racers show up like the Rogers Brothers, Rick Kludy, Chris Chaput and a few others, these guys paved the way for what we are doing today!

Ryan Ricker With Rick Kludy, John Rogers and Johnny Miller.

Practice started around 10:30 and as with any Cali Outlaw, very mellow. People hung out, took some runs and got their legs warmed up for racing, scheduled to start around High Noon. Heats started and were stacked pretty quick. We apologize for not having many photos of skating, We were too busy skating!

Team Lurk.
Ricker looking moderately excited to skate.
Josh Rolf AKA Munkae went bananas today and ended up in the finals.
Chris Chaput of Abec 11/Fyre having a chat with Fred of Ronin Trucks.

Dump was a drag race as always, with everyone fighting to sandbag off the line. It’s no secret, you don’t want to kick out in front. All your going to be is Draft Bait. Its pretty comical really, watching 6 Racers fake pushing and trying to get into the middle of the pack. Every Run is full tuck, drafting in tight packs with 5 other riders at around 60MPH. If you ever have the chance to attend a Dump Road Outlaw we highly recommend it.

Luge even Made a showing, Finals making the way down.
Finals in the side view Mirror. Tim Del out front.
Tim took the win and put some solid cash in his pocket!
The most relaxed podium we’ve seen in awhile.

Results are as followed. The crew had a great Sunday, hopefully you spent yours skating as well!
1. Tim Del
2. Dustin Hampton
3. Max Capps
4. Drew Edwards
5. Josh Rolf
6. Jared Roy

Here at Timeship Racing we have been busy working on our next accessory release, Bearings. Eventually we will have a full line of every level of bearing for every type of skater.

First up we had our basic “bulk” bearings. For your everyday setup needing a tough bearing to seal out any sort of grit you can encounter during your daily commute or afternoon session.

– Chromium Steel 6 Ball
– Double-Sided metal shields
– Machine Honed to an ABEC 5 Rating
– Skate Specific oil/grease Hybrid Lubricant
– Aluminum Retainers
– Priced for any skaters budget


Next down the line will be our Spaced Steel Bearings. These have been in testing for almost a year by Team Riders Andrew Schumaker, James West, Ryan Ricker and Dubes. The feedback has been unanimously positive with everyone asking for more sets for every board they have. Were Finalizing the packaging and shield design now and will be aiming to release by April.

– Non-Contact removable Rubber Shields for easy maintenance
– 52100 High Hardened chromium steel polished races and balls
– Heat Treated to the highest levels of Tensile and Fatigue strength
– Precision Honed to ABEC 7 tolerances
– Extreme heat and abrasion resistant properties
– Non-Contact removable Rubber Shields for easy maintenance
– Virgin ( PA ) High Speed Nylon retainer
– Skate Specific oil/grease Hybrid Lubricant
– Hardened to Rockwell C 64 standards