Last weekend was the San Francisco International jam 2012. Check out Jimmy Davidson's write-up by clicking read more...
It was my second time attending this jan It still remains one of my favorites. The jam was 3 days long, kicking off in Oakland with a remake of the ninja warrior course, including a 17ft warped wall, quad steps, and salmon ladder, the course proved to be a tough one. Only three people, my self included, were ever able to finish the course. In addition small jams were held through out the day at various locations across the bay.
Day 2: we headed to UC Berkley. This spot is amazing! Interesting architecture mixed with grass fields and plenty of level changes make this a hot spot for the jam. The day kicked off with a fast pace warm up, and ended with a cook out at a near by park.
Day 3: We finished up the jam at the bunkers, an old WW2 mega structure perfect for a large group of people. Some big jumps, creative flow courses, and some beach cliff climbing make this spot very memorable .
I had a great time, and it was nice to meet so many new people. Great job SFPK, I’m looking forward to next years jam!
Jimmy Davidson-The Tribe