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Tony Loco

Surprise party, deep Vista.

Posted: January 3, 2014




Inside, skate jam rumblings.



Easing into the party spirit.



Brockman's saving it for the streets. Wise choice.



T Gunz!



Heskett!



Canadians, flying everywhere.



Industry secret - Windsor has the best back smiths in the biz.



As the tension rises, collisions. When will Tony get here?



Sky time Karl!



Lil' hack circle, no big deal.



Yep.



Logisticating.



Allie reveals the debut wood.



All you need, right?



The T Sandovals. Nice!



Gilbert readies the surprise portion.





Dry run.



These rock n roll broads set off a false alarm. Everybody back in position!!!



The competition, born ready.



And then ....dun-dun-dunnnn!!!!



'Whaa?'



Cat out of bag.







Trippin' out!





So stoked.



With pro status comes new pressures of fame.





Waves of disbelief from this humble dude.



Yes!



Always time for the fans. Class act, right here.



Party's on! Hey, nice shirt!



Loom commences the rock with the world's best mic stand!



Think this is gonna work out fine!



Chief on a front feeble to fakie a la Barker Barrett.


Bobes manages a nose grab.


Boom!



Steppin' out, pro style. 



Classic lein, Karl-wise.



I almost forgot Chief used to do these tweaker ollies.



Way up!



'He's totally pro now.'    'I know, dude.'



Cap'n Cole on the ol' fs kf.



Gotta be the crail ... I mean the jeans!!!



Visualize weed peace.



The elusive backside seatbelt. Thanks Remy!



Don't forget that modern shit the kids like.



Meanwhile, at the keg.



No one's getting out of here rightside up.



 

You're next ma'am.





Yep, hell of a night. Congrats Tony! Nice work, Zero bros!

Last modified on Tuesday, February 18 2014
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