Built To Shred

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  • 2008
  • 4 Seasons
  • 8.0  (28)

Built To Shred is a thrilling and exciting television show that aired on Fuel TV in 2008, featuring Patrick Melcher, Jonathan Peacy, and Kristos Andrews. This high-octane series is centred around taking old discarded items and turning them into fully functional and extreme skateboard ramps. The show aims to inspire viewers to reuse and recycle old items instead of throwing them away, and it showcases the creativity of the human mind in designing and constructing skateboarding ramps out of everyday things.

The show is hosted by the legendary skateboarder, Patrick Melcher, who is known for his innovative tricks and his love for skateboarding. Patrick is joined by Jonathan Peacy, who is an expert in building skateboard ramps, and Kristos Andrews, who is an up-and-coming skateboarder. The three of them work together to build spectacular skateboard ramps that push the limits of what is possible in the world of skateboarding.

Each episode of Built To Shred consists of the team finding an old item, such as a car or a boat, and transforming it into a skateboard ramp. The transformation process is fascinating to watch, as the team takes apart the item piece by piece, using only the materials they find to construct a ramp that is not only functional but also visually stunning. The creative process is vibrant and engaging, showcasing the raw talent of the team members as they brainstorm and collaborate in designing their ramps.

Once the ramp has been constructed, the team tests it out by skating on it. This is where the real excitement begins, as the team performs the most daring and innovative tricks on their newly constructed ramp. The passion and energy that each team member brings to the show are infectious, and you can feel their love for skateboarding as they push the limits of what is possible on their ramps.

Not only does Built To Shred showcase incredible skateboarding skills, but it also has an eco-friendly message. By repurposing old items and turning them into skateboarding ramps, the show encourages viewers to be mindful of the environment and to find creative solutions to excess waste. The show promotes sustainability and inspires viewers to take action and make a difference in their communities.

Overall, Built To Shred is an inspiring and thrilling show that combines the creativity of design, the excitement of extreme skateboarding, and a message of sustainability. The chemistry between the hosts is infectious, creating an entertaining and engaging viewing experience. Whether you are a skateboarder or not, Built To Shred is a must-watch show that will leave you inspired and exhilarated.

Built To Shred is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (54 episodes). The series first aired on September 28, 2008.

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Surf's Up: The World's First Plywood Wave
14. Surf's Up: The World's First Plywood Wave
March 5, 2012
On this episode of Built To Shred, host Jeff King and his crew invent a brand-new sport, "land surfing." For the first time in skateboard and surfing history, the two sports meet, with the world's first plywood wave. When a rider drops in on the plywood, it chases him, just like a wave in the ocean chases a surfer. Hold on tight, this episode is going to be double-overhead!
Over A Barrel
13. Over A Barrel
February 27, 2012
Take a trip to wine country with Jeff and the crew as they shred a vineyard, and build a 20-foot-tall wine-barrel pipe for skate greats Curren Caples, Angel Ramirez, Nyjah Huston, Mark Appleyard, Levi Brown, and more! Watch as they crush the Arthur Earl Winery into a vintage, full-bodied Built to Shred Cabernet.
Log Jammin'
12. Log Jammin'
February 20, 2012
Jeff King and the Built to Shred crew take the great outdoors indoors on this British Columbia mountain-biking adventure. Special guests Jeff Lenosky, Kyle Strait, Gary Young, and Mike "Hucker" Clark help transform the Built to Shred warehouse into a forest of shred.
Backstage Pass: All Access
11. Backstage Pass: All Access
February 13, 2012
Shred through the history of rock 'n' roll as the Built to Shred crew digs deep into the archives of sets at All Access Staging in Torrance, CA. All Access builds stages for everything from the half-time show at the Superbowl to Van Halen's world tour. With a little help from Daewon Song, Terry Kennedy, and Matt Bennett, host Jeff King and the Built to Shred crew have a backstage pass to shred this rock 'n' roll hall of fame.
Needle in the Hay
10. Needle in the Hay
February 6, 2012
Jeff and the Built to Shred crew search for shred in a haystack at Cool Patch Pumpkins, where hay bales become building blocks, and the world's largest corn maze gets popped, BTS-syle. Sacramento's finest, Matt Pailes, Matt Rodriguez and many other children of the corn come out of the woodwork to shred it up.
9. Busted!
January 30, 2012
The Built to Shred crew moves to the front, the back, the top, and every side while shredding the busses at Zachers Bus Salvage in Harbor City, CA. Host Jeff King and the boys rip the roof off of a stack of busses and repurpose everything they can get their hands on. With a little help from Daewon Song, Robbie Russo, Chad Fernandez, Kevin Porter, and Jimmy Levan, the crew takes an epic ride.
Sink or Swim
8. Sink or Swim
January 23, 2012
Host Jeff King and the Built to Shred crew takes over the Projects Wake Skate Park in Florida to make amazing floating obstacles that have everybody shredding on water. In this episode, Jeff and the crew create their own version of Water World, with some help from Mike Peterson and a bevy of swamp shredders.
Flutag: Flight of the Shredheaded Stepchildren
7. Flutag: Flight of the Shredheaded Stepchildren
January 16, 2012
Host Jeff King and the crew take a flying leap in a new direction as they work around the clock to create a skateboard-inspired glider in time for the Red Bull Flugtag in Tampa, Florida. Jeff puts it all on the line as he has to decide whether or not to put his life in the hands of his team's carpentry skills. Will the Built to Shred crew throw caution to the wind for the sake of glory?
Tactical Shred
6. Tactical Shred
January 9, 2012
The Built to Shred crew has fun in the crosshairs as they descend on a law enforcement training facility to do some Dirty Harry-style shredding. host Jeff King and the crew transform a tactical training facility into a tactical shredding facility in this action-packed arsenal of skate.
Mission Demolition
5. Mission Demolition
December 29, 2011
The Built to Shred crew gets down and dirty when they take over RER Demolition and create a veritable paradise for shredders out of heavy machinery, demolished houses, and a slew of industrial waste. The Built to Shred crew demolishes this yard in a way that the owners never imagined.
Treble in Paradise
4. Treble in Paradise
December 22, 2011
In this episode, host Jeff King and the crew overcome a cacophony of sour notes as they turn the new Built to Shred warehouse into an interactive musical skate park. With obstacles like the 25-foot, flying V guitar, a 10-foot-tall drum cradle, and a giant piano, special guests Guy Mariano, Chris Haslam, Chad Fernandez, Gary Young, and Eddie "Mighty" Moreno make beautiful music.
3. Golfland
December 15, 2011
Location takeovers are a Built to Shred specialty, and this one's right up your fairway. Join us as Jeff and the crew get the opportunity to turn an abandoned 72-hole mini golf course into a shredable country club for special guests Ryan Decenzo, Adam Dyet, Sierra Fellers, Keith Hufnagel, Zach Yankush, Nathan Williams, and many more. Fun is par for the course as riders mkae their way over the rail at a converted California mission, up the Euro Gap at Castle Mongo-Tron, and over the hip at Whiskey Creek Saloon. This episode is a hole in one.
Weird Science
2. Weird Science
December 8, 2011
Host Jeff King and the Built to Shred crew get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when they're invited to shred the San Francisco Exploratorium. With a little help from "the Professor" Paul Schmitt and the Exploratorium scientists, Built to Shred takes the science of skateboarding where it's never gone before. SF's finest shredders come to test the experiment with special guest appearances by Dennis Busenitz, Frank Gerwer, Jackson Curtain, the Real Skateboards team, and a slew of local rippers.
Shred Ranch RIP
1. Shred Ranch RIP
December 1, 2011
It's the end of an era as host Jeff King's beloved Shred Ranch in Encinitas is demolished. Join him and the Built to Shred crew, with special guests Tony Hawk, Bob Burnquist, Bucky Lasek, Neal Mims, Mike "Hucker" Clark, and TJ Ellis as they raise the rood off of the ranch and send it off with a bang.
Where to Watch Built To Shred
Built To Shred is available for streaming on the Fuel TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Built To Shred on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    September 28, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (28)