Burnout: Winona Riders
Back on the Brixton trip, starting the day with Denver's famous Winona ditch.
Cromer, still on the gimp train.
Of course we lost one ... always do.
Meanwhile, Schultzy puts the final touches on some of that top secret new shit.
The foam surface gives it a surfy feel. Luckily, Maalouf has been training in an AZ wave pool for years.
You can blast, but might need to plant a foot or two.
Another one, this time with Daewon bar on the sidewall.
Another bitchin' almost. Next time, J Tay.
Hey oh ..
The greatest dump truck of all time!
Suburban water hazards.
Think J Lee didn't nail it? Look at the haircut and tell me he's not detail oriented.
Taylor clears the drain, management style.
Psycho killer, quest que c'est ..
Onward to Terrill's
Nice spread you got there, sir.
The shame of the male model.
Dolan eyes a line. From the edge of that sidewalk, over the bar, to the bank. The water? That'll probably work itself out.
A good omen?
Does it look bad?
How does it normally look?
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