David Reyes, 5-0. Click photo to enlarge Posted: April 21, 2010
I-5 North With C1RCA "When Circa told me they wanted to go to Washington and Oregon, I thought they were kind of kidding."
by David Broach
It’s not a short drive from Los Angeles to Seattle, and you take the 5 the whole way. When Circa told me they wanted to go to Washington and Oregon, I thought they were kind of kidding. These guys are pretty much known for street skating. Not that they couldn’t skate Burnside if they wanted to, but Walker Ryan, Scott Decenzo, Ryan Gallant, Tony Tave, David Reyes, Sierra Fellers, and Windsor James at Burnside seemed a little out of place to me. I was expecting rain and lots of parks—but this might be the first trip ever to come back from that northern neck of the woods without a single park photo. I’m not sure if that means we blew it or we killed it. Scott Decenzo, boardslide. Click photo to enlarge
Love it when you get kicked out of a parking lot. Makes all kinds of sense
Sierra Fellers, frontside bigspin
Scott Decenzo, nollie crooked grind
David Reyes, frontside noseblunt
I don’t smoke weed, but I do in a van sometimes. I end up taking stupid photos through leaves and just walking around confused, and remembering why I don’t smoke weed
Little thing called art. Don’t know if you heard about it
Scott Decenzo, smith grind. Click photo to enlarge
In This Issue Louie Barletta scrapes some vert and Ben Raemers goes past the plane welcoming you to the December issue. The Oververt madness only escalates with a 26-page Enjoi video feature inside, including a Barletta interview, fun facts, new team-rider introductions and even a drinking game. Chug-a-lug. And that's just the tip of the blade: Bastien Salabanzi interviews Manny Santiago; LRG plunges into Cyprus; Hellride travels across the pond; and the Huf team explores Asia. And if the heavy hits leave you looking for some levity, Garrett Hill discusses his infamous two-tone pants and Beagle tells some tales of the Skate Tank. Done deal, dudes. Add this one to your collection.