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2013 Contents Page Sequences

We dug up all of the sequences from our contents pages in 2013 and brought them to life.

Posted: January 3, 2014


KOTR is about squeezing as much out of a spot as humanly possible. Curved bar 50-50 to backlip dismount by Creature’s David Gravette. Third place. Sequence: Rhino


SOTY ‘08, Silas Baxter-Neal, reappears by way of this kickfl ip 50-50 at that one Sacto bar. Sequence: Brook


After years of plunging drops, screaming rails, and raging roof tops, Jim Greco returned to the traditional terrain of 7th Street for his final Deathwish Video afterblack: 360 half flip to darkslide. Sequence: Karpinski


Deathwish was a classic Charles Bronson movie from the ‘70s about vigilantism. Here Slash makes Clipper pay with this Cab front nose. Shit’s tight. Sequence: Brook


Louie Barletta escapes reality with a cosmic wallride 180. Sequence: Burnett


Trevor McClung slithers a crooked grind into a nosegrind in the Year of the Snake, 2013. Sequence: Broach


Big, tech but somehow still cruisey, Brandon Westgate’s style melds with the flow of the city. Tailslide to kickflip. Sequence: Cronan


Louie Lopez takes a double-sided Safeway curb scenario to ever-more treacherous terrain. Back board drop to 5-0 slice. Sequence: Coulthard


Chris Cole may be the contest king these days but you can still count on him to unleash a new maneuver on the raw streets on a pretty regular basis: backside 270 lip 270. Sequence: Peters

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