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Coping in Copenhagen

Another beautiful Scandinavian day.

Posted: July 11, 2011

 

Perfect for a little modeling.


Oh shit! Kongo Crew!



Back out on the near-utopian streets.

Carbon-free cycling.



A little public dong. No big deal.



Rained out at the humps.



Dennis rests up from the comp. He pushes a lot at those things.



Streetstyle at Provehallen.



Booted, politely of course.



Barged a u-pike.



Not possible.



Again, asked to leave with good humor.



Metal fans, everywhere.



Ahhh! Here we go.





Pedro - padless 540 first run. Crazy Brazillian style as the Dunk says.



Alex gets bribed into doing one too (not shown.)



Carve grind.



Not so easy on the flat wall.



The ollie power of these two, if harnassed, could juice a thousand i-pods.





David gets in the mix - below cope-style.





My favorite.





Channel back 50.



You know Steamer's a vert fan.



Half man, half awesome.



When the babes come around, that's when you start the air show.



Brutally-tweaked ollies.











Goddamn, nothin' beats some quality halfpiping.

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