Burnout: Cacka 3.0
Posted: November 13th, 2009
Durham Skatepark grand opening.
something for everyone
simulated street style
‘I’m wondering’ where the damn ledges at …’
over to the original Durham skatepark - the courthouse
Local photog, Rodent, always making big plans.
Lutheran wonders if he can hit it wearing shorts.
Sinclair’s enthusiasm never dips.
nor does the teams’
rad shit everywhere
2/19/2017It’s a short part, but there is not even a teaspoon of filler. Dylan jumps right into business and clocks hammer after hammer 'til the bell rings.
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2/19/2017Foundation's newest pro and Oddity curtain closer, Cole Wilson, chats with Sieben about the best thing on Earth: skateboarding. This kid totally rules.
2/19/2017Merlino unloads his deep arsenal of tricks on serious double-black-diamond terrain. Did he really nollie into that front feebs? Goddamn...
2/19/2017His Oddity part is solid as GD rock! Now check out this interview Sinclair did with Aidan talking about video-part juggling, spot scouring and what's wrong with the kids today.
2/19/2017Ryan sees spots through a different lens and attacks them his own special way: with refreshing tricks and a full-speed approach. What’s not to love?
2/19/2017Dakota talks with Leo Romero about his affinity for kinked rails, almost being a Loyal Pawn, the parallels between Bob Dylan and skateboarding and the lessons you learn from being a road dog.
2/19/2017Willy Lara's noseblunt, Daniel Epinoza's Royal part, Gilbert Crockett spreads the Gospel and more in today's episode of Skateline.
2/19/2017The new kid on the F opens up about psychedelics, "the brisket incident" and why you should listen to the Grateful Dead. Trip on that.
2/19/2017Maybe you’ve seen Glick skate before or caught his interview in the mag, but nothing can prepare for this onslaught of GNAR. This part is all killer, no filler. Buckle up...