About Dangerous Decks

A Dangerous Beginning 

Dangerous Decks started in a London workshop that made kitchens in 2009 with a small team of riders. As the brand grew and there was more and more demand for boards with a combination of pressing and shaping that had to happen around the kitchen business eventually some of the production moved out and was being run out of a squat in an abandoned unit. 

When coming back to change the presses around one evening it turns out that the council had been round and changed the locks to the unit. Chaos ensued to get the equipment out and a scramble was on to remove everything Dangerous Decks related online, but the web manager was currently at free party in a London warehouse.

A New Beginning 

In the Spring of 2012 team racer Will Stephenson took over Dangerous Decks and with the help of fellow team rider Jamie Tharp setup the Worcester Workshop.  Dangerous Decks had now moved up in the world to a literal barn, the deal with the landlord was that if we kept the rats out we could use it for free, but we had to use our own diesel for the generator. With pallets as benches, resin being mixed up in mircowave food containers and 

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