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A Radical Sampler

Those streets, they just don't stop.


Dan Lu's Belmont beef goes back two King of the Roads.













Jesus Christ pose.



A little brotherly support goes a long way in these instances.





Oh he'll be back.



J Lay, all biz.



The nearly there.











Biggie heel insanity, but you already knew about that.





Embrace that man.



Bring it in. Way in.



Later, on a lonely backyard half.



Airtime, composition and prominent branding conspire.



Borden's the best. Imagine what this would feel like.



Not a lot of fools Andrechting to fakie, either. Jus sayin.



Across town, Canadian rumblings, frontside to fakie.





A classic battle at the 'Con.







In the end, can't stop The Sinner.



'Whoo-hoo!'



Canadian approved!



This was also the day Nyjah went bananas.



Treated the kids to a product toss afterwards.



Skateboarding brings everybody together.



And then another time - Daniel Lutheran, gearing up for peak performance.



An equipment overview.





Just for thee-atts.





For the last day of Cold War filming we went to the beach.





Brockman, aflame.







A Maj, kicky back tail.



And then Karl shut it all down with the balance-beam backside nosegrind. U-S-A! U-S-A!



Back with J Lay. This thing.







Secret angles of the pros - revealed!



Then he back saladed the green hubba! Can't wait for this Vans flick.



Did y'all hear that C1rca's back? Windsor confirmed!



Oh shit, it's breaking in La Jolla!




Triple overhead!

Damn that guy's cool.



Out with the SOTY, by the way.



Spot hunt 3000.



Not bad, Tommy!



You too, JT!



As you've probably heard, they knobbed it.



Forgot about the outside bars, though.



You can imagine where it went from here.



Oh yeah, the shit's trending for sure.

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The King of the Road issue never fails to serve up its own special recipe for brutality. This year, reigning champs Birdhouse went head to head with Element and Flip in an all-out no-holds-barred battle for the crown. Beers were butt-chugged, records were shattered (along with a leg) and insanity ensued with every page turn of the book. Included with this issue is the Hell of a Year DVD which contains the heaviest hits from thrashermagazine.com in 2014.
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