2018 - 2019 Hawaii Winter Outlaw Series

Wheel turners, enthusiasts, competitors, photographers, fans and the like!

It’s time once again to get stoked on the winter months! The wheels are starting to turn on the Hawai’i Winter Outlaw Series 2018-2019!! Three events, Three Islands, wrapped up with one Grand Finale at the FOSAL 11! Points are accumulated in each of the events, who shall be crowned the champ in the HWOS 2018-2019 series?! Last year we had a super close competition with 1st and 2nd place ending the series only 3 POINTS APART!!
[Results of the 2017-2018 HWOS]
This year is gearing up to be an exciting winter of racing. The boys on the Big Island will be throwing the series opener race with a 1v1 showdown through a fast sweepy course with a big left drift right before the finish. This is a brand new course that we have not raced here on the Big Island so get stoked, it’s going to be a fun one!
Course begins at start, ends at 31 seconds.
“Safety Meeting – by Lurkers Lounge Media”

The second event of the series will be The Maui Challenge. We will be competing 1v1 on a single lane dream course with speed, grip and plenty of slip. All you could ever ask for in a downhill race course. In past years Maui has proved to be the battle ground with many people showing up from out of state and even out of country. Competition is sure to be fierce! You don’t want to miss the sessions happening during this event!

“Race Day Selects – by Kaimana Pinto”

The third and final race of the series will take place in O’ahu with a 1v1 battle down a speedy mountain littered with obstacles. This race will take skill in a variety of skateboarding disciplines. Be sure to hone your skills for this battle on the boardercross! It’ll no easy bomb to the bottom!

“Death Slalom – by KDub imagery”

As the racers compete in the three race events they will earn points based on their placement in the race. Each race is worth a whopping 185 points for 1st, with 2nd earning 170, and each place thereafter earing 5 points less (eg. 3rd = 165, 4th = 160, 5th =155 and so on). Its crucial to make it to each and every event in order to be considered for a podium position at the HWOS! 

Don’t miss out on this exciting Winter of downhill skateboarding! January is coming up quick, so get your tickets, get your training wheels on and go for a rip! We’ll see YOU for the HWOS Big Island opener!! Cheehhooo and keep them wheels turning!

2010 – 2011 Series Champion – Mackenzie Yoshida
2011 – 2012 Series Champion – Mackenzie Yoshida
2012 – 2013 Series Champion – Nikko Kamanuwai
2013 – 2014 Series Champion – Dakota Camp
2014 – 2015 Series Champion – Zach Newman
2015 – 2016 Series Champion – Dakota Camp
2016 – 2017 Series Champion – Dakota Camp
2017 - 2018 Series Champion - Brian McOuat
Who will be next?

1 comment:

  1. It's a beautiful place, having such an open and joyous feeling to it. It's totally amazing! This is definitely a wonderful place to spend time. It's plenty fun to sit at home studios NYC and enjoy food and drinks with amazing conversations.