Burnout: Flogging Europe
Nine rolls of film mark the last of the Europe trip. Promise.
Grant skims back in Copenhagen.
Legends, young and older.
Sam Beckett's cheering section.
To the victor ....
David, in a rare non-bird photo.
Dennis' prize wad.
Rune wants his cut!
Barted lags, everywhere.
Lucky for Roberto.
Back in gay Paris. Yogi.
Gentle giants - Jon and Brian.
Goofing around here for weeks.
'Save it, kid.'
The French Freds.
Natas, perpetually in the spotlight.
But what about the children?
Easing into the day.
Skins and punks, skating as one.
'It will be the honeymoon we never had ...'
Crashed Pierre's fancy dinner.
Don always breaks the ice.
'Beer? Well, I'll try anything once ....'
Novice waitresses' worst nightmare - The Phelper.
Creme brulee to die for.
We did it, Schmitty.
Morgan and Fos.
Shane, crunching the numbers. You think the Shake Junt empire runs itself?
Another fancy event.
Murph's pate view.
Not as loud as they'd like.
Guest vocalist on the 'Why Don't You Like Me?' song.
Next day. Housekeeping drama.
Street mission. Last day.
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7/24/2016The Vans Pro Tour mashes into Chi-Town with Chima, Dan Lu, K Walks, Dill and the boys thrilling the crowds at Grant Park.
7/24/2016The video is coming soon, but for now feast your eyes on photos from yesterday's skating-con-carnage!
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7/24/2016A photographic journey through AVE's surprise party. What? You already saw the video? Fuck it!
7/24/2016A trip to the big Vans Syndicate party sets off an avalanche of old friends and hot skate action.
7/24/2016Good Sam, Howard, Rick J and the boys came together to remember the good times from their years at Blockhead – the homegrown company from skateboarding's DIY Golden Age.