Thrasher's Bust Or Bail

Thrasher's Bust Or Bail
Posted: August 30th, 2008


Well kids, Ryan Sheckler showed up and Ryan Sheckler destroyed it.

Here's your top 3:
1. Ryan Sheckler
2. Andrew Reynolds
3. Andrew Langi


The Event

Remember the showdown at Wallenberg? This time we're taking it to Bernal Heights—the hellacious 16-stair—for a no-holds-barred, rail-ripping and stair-blasting extravaganza.

Saturday, August 30th, High Noon to 1PM—one hour only!

Paul Revere Elementary School
555 Tompkins Ave., San Francisco, CA 94110 (one block south of Cortland on Folsom)
***Parking is very limited, public transportation highly encouraged***

Big Tricks format judged by Jake Phelps and John Cardiel

$10,000 for 1st
$5,000 for 2nd
$3,000 for 3rd

Plus hella additional loot for miscellaneous stunts (including $1,000 for any broad to ollie the stairs, and just added: $3,000 for best Doubles!!!).

Committed skaters include: Andrew Reynolds, Sean Malto, Corey Duffel, David Gravette, Nick Trapasso, Peter Ramondetta, Bryan Herman, Adam Dyet, Lizard King, Ernie Torres, Furby, Sierra Fellers, Dave Bachinsky, Nick Dompierre, Paul Rodriguez, and more…

Bust or bail, bitches!!!

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Thrasher's Bust Or Bail

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