More Old Stuff That Sucks


Here's some more old stuff that sucks that Mofo shot back in the day.

Posted: July 13th, 2009

More Old Stuff That Sucks
Neil Blender, stand up 5-0, Mile High. Note Band-Aid on face: Zit or punch out?

More Old Stuff That Sucks
Curtis could get into some gnarl body contortions and pull it. Layback, Studio 43. Died too young.

Five-shot sequence of Al Losi at The 'Mar. I can smell the coping from here.

More Old Stuff That Sucks

Jason Jessee was a sober vert machine when he rode for Vision. Style and lipslide over the onion.

More Old Stuff That Sucks

The inventor of the frontside air, Tony Alva, launches tuck-knee. TA is badass.

More Old Stuff That Sucks

Classic Andrecht by Owen Neider on Tony Hawk's ramp in Fallbrook, CA. This shit is rad.

More Old Stuff That Sucks

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