2011 K5 Klassic

5/31/2011: The K5 Klassic went off once again at D-Street in Encinitas, CA. This time the contest was greeted to pumping south and west combo swell. Un-sponsored Spencer Regan took home the win and $2,000 for his efforts in the tough surf. He was followed by Austin Ware, Travis Beckman and Chase Wilson who was on his Mayhem shaped board. Thanks to K5 and all who came down. Check out the photos below. For more on the contest go to K5.COM


D-Street local Darrell Goodrum carved his way into the semi-finals.


The finalist


The …Lost SurfSkate raffle winner.


Memorial weekend beach crowd.


D-Street was showing it’s power this day.


Chase Wilson slams a D-Street section on his Mayhem shaped board.


Chucky Rigano checks in for his heat with his …Lost “Driver” model.


The eye of the Chucky


Chucky’s patented backside hack.


Chicks dig Chucky


Chucky and Alana’s first date


Chucky and Pedro Fernandez at the …Lost tent.


Pedro Fernandez getting ready to duck dive some waves on his way out.


…Lost rider Darrell Goodrum launches an air at home.


Darrell’s always a threat to win this contest.


Darrell Goodrum


Doug Van Mierlo checking the waves at D-Street.


HB shredder Teddy Navarro


We raffled off one of our Round Nose Fish surfskate boards.


The one and only …lost tent.


San Clemente’s Brandon Ragenovich punts one during his heat.


Brandon Ragenovich.


Teddy Navarro goes twelve o’clock.


Teddy floats over the heavy inside section.


Teddy Navarro


2nd Place finisher Austin Ware hooks a nice backside turn.


Chase Wilson punting.


Travis Beckman stuck this air for $500 bucks.


Sand eating contest.


100% of the entry fees went to the Boys and Girls Club.

About K5: Once there was a small green caterpillar named K-5 Boardshop inching his was through the beaches of Encinitas, California. In 1987 K-5 the caterpillar bloomed into a sick boardshop and began hooking up the surf, skate, snow community of San Diego with the latest shred equipment around, and has been ever since. The first K-5 Boardshop located in Encinitas is 5 kilometers to the beach; thus the name K-5. Brothers Jergen and Tom Schulz founded the shops, and continue to run and keep the K-5 Boardshops true to their roots; stocked with …Lost Surfboards and …Lost Surfskates. K-5 has three retail locations in San Diego: Oceanside, Encinitas, and Poway. If these retail locations aren’t close to your neighborhood, check out their huge selection of products in their online store K5 ONLINE STORE

Every year K-5 holds their K-5 Pro/Am Surf Klassic, and this years event is being held Saturday May, 28 at D Street in Encinitas, Ca. This is a super fun contest every year, and we’re sending some of our …Lost Team riders Darrell Goodrum and Brandon Ragenovich to hold it down and kill it for the cause. “The good thing about doing the contest with K-5 is if any of our rowdy team riders get out of line, Jergen will take care of them with ‘the claw.” (Matt Biolos)

…Lost Team Rider Aaron Cormican won the contest in 2009, and was making a good run last year, surfing solid all the way to the semi-final.

Come down this Saturday May, 28 to D Street in Encinitas to check out this fun event and stop by the …Lost tent! The sun will be shining, girls will be on the beach, and some quality surfing is bound to go down!

Seeing as how for some odd reason there really isn’t that many Pro-Am events in southern California anymore, this is not one to miss. Whether you’re a surfer in the event, or a spectator, you should be down at the beach enjoying the good vibes that come along with this contest every year. …Lost is sponsoring the event, so it’s a given that there will be some mayhem going down throughout the day. The contest pays $2,000 for 1st place, $1,000 for 2nd, $500 for 3rd, and $250 for 4th place. There’s also a $500 prize for the best air of the event.  So if you think you’ve got what it takes to make some cash, you can enter by clicking HERE. See you down there! All entry fees will be donated by K-5 Boardshop to the local San Dieguito Boys & Girls Club.