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Mr. New Mex and the Hidden Gems

For every photo that splashes across those beautiful, spongey pages of the bible, there's countless others left to languish in hard drive purgatory. Run free, Young Turks. Run free!

Posted: December 11, 2012


Outtakes from the Burman Transfer. Totally hairraising.


Funny hats might save you in the Outback, but they can kill a photo.

 



Another Aussie, Bryce Golder, unleashes handrail style into the pro ranks. Congrats, Silver!





On the subject of rails, Dakota does this every other time.

You might think you have a hammer, then it turns into a web clip the next day. Wave of the future, dude.

Speaking of Bro Style, Josh Murphy lips the box.



The Host - one foot back D at David's house. Alan Peterson did these really well, too.



Rowley plays it safe on the SF streets.



Handrail bloopers, continued.





Didn't fix itself. Get well soon, Julian.



Tommy on the make. 'You're this close ...' 



Heavy tubular real estate on the ol' CGT.

Tommy will often throw out a trick he knows he can do just to not leave empty handed. Frontside flip. Andy Mac ollied this.



Multimedia synergy, Black Box style. 



Dane Vaughn vaults table. Might have already run this one.



Working Class dog, Drew Dezort gaps to grind.

The Taxi Cab Murderer, Alexander from Denmark, pays fares and drops hammers. Frontside flip the Neen gap after a 45-minute cab ride. Still can't get Ian to call me back about that footage.



Yep.



Nyjah warm ups. Nollie crooks.


Kicky front board. So easy.



Young Trev bypasses a tangle of rail, 5-0 style.



'Boarding's Regis and Kathy Lee - Brink and Erica.



As advertised - Mr. New Mex vs the bump to bar.





Of course he nailed it.



This was yesterday.

Last modified on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 10:13
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