Toy Machine x Active Halloween 2017 Demo
The Bloodsucking Skateboard Company always goes all out for Halloween and this year was no exception as Toy Machine took their annual demo to Active Headquarters in Rancho Cucamonga. Loyal pawns rejoice! —Ben Karpinski
Showed up to Active HQ to find the bros pre-gaming in the parking lot
Real scary costumes this year
The Skipper or Popeye? Either way, got any spinach?
Never know what’s going to happen with Ashton Kutcher in the building
Active’s Morgnar, always in the mix
“If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.” Jeremy’s ready to head inside
Matt B! Still smooth as ever in the Matrix
Billy Marks switch hardflips through the skirt
Blake Carpenter warming up with a nollie crook
Leabres, really committing to that costume
Mike Sinclair, Axel and Lizzie
Drew-Lu Punk’d a back Smith
Wallie, Forrest, wallie!
Collin the beer Viking, always taking it to the next level
Matt B giving the people what they want
DL got his back with a switch 5-0
Then Billy Marks shut down the rail with a tré flip lip. Gimme a B…
Provost going up
Time for the costume contest
“Who should we give it to?”
The dude? Silent Bob? That’s a pretty solid Devo kit…
Mini Smolik had my vote
Third place went to Dot from Spaceballs
Second to whatever the hell this guy was
And the signed Ed board went to—you guessed it, Freddy Sect. Thanks to everyone that showed up and a special thanks to Active for putting this on year after year
Time to go home and watch Stranger Things
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