Video: Jim Muir and Jeff Ho

Jeff Ho interviews Dogtown's Jim Muir.


Ocean Park Classic Car Night #12

A clean 1968 Maserati was one of the highlights of this month's Ocean Park Classic Car Night. Held on the third Tuesday of each month at the California Heritage Museum by the Ocean Park Car Club, it's a great way to spend a hot summer evening, not only are there the classic cars, but a group a food trucks are there cooking up all types of food. Even surf & skate legends such as Jeff Ho can be spotted hanging out, and chowing down on some tasty food while admiring the classic cars. Some of the other vehicles that cruised in were a '55 Nomad, a '34 Ford, a first generation Camaro, and the Hecho en Venice Landcruiser.

This is just some of the photos taken at Night #12, there are many more. Visit the Night #12 section of the Ocean Park Classic Car Night Gallery to see more.

Past Ocean Park Classic Car Night blog posts:
Night #1
Night #2
Night #3
Night #4
Night #6
Night #7
Night #8
Night #9
Night #10
Night #11
Check out a bunch more photos of the cars from this night, as well as all the other nights in the complete gallery:


Million Dollar Breakfast Club

Every Sunday morning, a gathering of car enthusiast of all makes and models cruise into the parking lot of the Waterside Shopping Center for breakfast and general car talk. This is the Million Dollar Breakfast Club, a weekly cars & coffee type cruise in that is open to everyone, you don't have to be a millionaire or a member of the Breakfast Club to be here. It is open to everyone who loves cars. And it's a random variety of cars and trucks that attend, from Audi R8's and fresh off the dealer floor Vettes, to bagged 60's surf wagons, to vintage mail trucks, to daily driven muscle cars, to one of a kind vintage European race cars. It's a random selection with new and different vehicles each week.

This is just some of the photos taken, there are many more. Visit the Million Dollar Breakfast Club Gallery to see more.

This goes on every Sunday, 7am to 9am in Marina Del Rey at the Waterside Shopping Center, 4700 Admiralty Way at Mindanao. Check it out, it's easy to drive too, it's a huge parking.

Don't forget about our Snapchat Channel!!!! Add us on Snapchat, our name is "Six12-Media", we post pics and video during all the car events we attend.


11 yr Old Wheelchair Athlete, 1st time dropping in.

11 year old wheelchair athlete Jaylee Dutcher drops into the bowl for the first time at the Venice Skate Park, during the Life Rolls On They Will Skate Again event. With some encouraging words from her idol, Nitro Circus star Aaron Wheelz Fotheringham, and her father standing by below, she successfully overcomes that fear of dropping into a bowl for the first time.

Video of the entire They Will Skate Again event will be online soon, subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updated on when it goes live. Last year's videos are on our channel.

You can follow Jaylee on her Facebook page:


Jay Adams

It was a year ago that Jay passed away. Here's looking back at some videos from his memorial skate session:

Check out some the past photo posts from the session and Jay's Paddle Out:


The biography on Aaron "Wheelz" Fotheringham is out now:

"The effect that Wheelz has on the crowd is out of this world. I mean, we have the best in the world of action sports, and more people come to see Wheelz than anybody else." Travis Pastrana, -X Games gold medalist and Nitro Circus organizer, leader and performer.

Many people succeed in spite of great challenges. Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham is not one of those people. When asked by ESPN, "How do you define spina bifida?" Aaron responded, "A great opportunity." Consumed by the simple but logical belief that riding is more fun than walking, Aaron took his wheelchair and turned it into a toy, playing and practicing on it until there was no place he couldn't go. After beating his peers in all the BMX competitions he could enter, Aaron became the unicorn of the Nitro Circus team, the ultimate dream of many BMX riders and skateboarders.

Aaron's biography so far includes pain, determination, failure, motivation, and unimagined success. And yet these things are incidental to the real story. What makes his story great is that his attitude is contagious, and Wheelz is anything but quarantined.

The kindle edition is just $3.99, or you can read it for free if you are a member of Amazon's Kindle Unlimited