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Pools, pouring 'crete, BBQ at granny's, and brewskis were all checked off with Fred Gall back East. One hell of a week—featuring Fritz, Young Will, Max, Xeno, Andrew, Cranston, Brian B, Luke, Petillo, and all other NJ Scum. 

Here's a bunch of Midway Point hijinx, Jaws slams, and a legendary LA spot. But most of all, Raybourn's loop is even more impressive when you see his wild attempts.

Mackenzie goes for a brief flight and ends up with a broken wing.

El Toro is so big that you don't get many tries—each and every attempt could destroy you. Here's Arto unlocking a monster front board.

An extra make or two here, a twist of fate over there—and Real would have won this thing. They really went for it, they're good sports, and they have a ripping squad.

Miniature golf courses are oozing with skate potential. Lucky for us, one closed down in the Bay Area, and the abandoned course was all ours. 

Here's clips of a 2-year-old skate fetus, some Bieber skatepark footage, another insane Shane O'Neill trick, and Gary completely loses his mind.

Every team had fun this year, but Chocolate really had a blast. Here's a bunch of outtakes and extra angles.

Here's the Highest, Longest, Most awards. Every KOTR there's weird tricks and funny moments, but this edit shows that some truly incredible skating goes down. Huge thanks to Enjoi, Chocolate, Real and Birdhouse. What a rad year...

A downhill slant and lots of space give Ryan room to snap some flip tricks before a raw ender.

Birdhouse ends strong to get the win. Mike Davis, Clive Dixon and Clint Walker are skate demons, Wee-Man swings by, Jaws blasts the biggest ollie of KOTR (of course), and you gotta see the enders with Gravette and Raybourn. Amazing. Congrats, guys.

Ben's been ripping non-stop before, during, and after King of the Road. Point a camera at him and you're going to get as much footage as you want. Here's a quick blast of his timeless skating.

Here's Real in the final stretch. They have to push Arrighi into a pool, they meet up with Lil' Wayne, Brock battles a kickflip late shove-it, and TJ Rogers again tackles some wild tech moves.

Jon really blew up in the past year with his loose and fast style. This line is a great example.

The stoke and delirium combine as Chocolate nears the end. Here's a gnarly pool roll-in session, tech madness, filmer hijinx, a Too $hort cameo, and Cory Kennedy continues to rip while gaining no points.

Not sure if the spotter-system broke down here, or was never even in place. But Ivan tangles with traffic and comes close to dying. 

Enjoi goes down South for a pool session with Salba, a prank call to Shier, and a big snapper at Willshire from Wallin as King of the Road nears the end of the line.

A brutal spot creates an unforgettable skate mission. This includes hard labor to move two barriers, wet ground, hard slams, a narrow runway, and a dangerous landing.

Madars cruises around and has fun flowing from trick to trick here.

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Dylan Rieder graces the August cover with a tall order back Smith. Austyn Gillette joins the party inside with a ten-page article documenting his and Dylan's spot-destruction mission to Berlin. Eswic jumps in the van for the best road trip ever; Vans goes nuts to butts in Greece; TJ Rogers and Boo Johnson get the Heads treatment and Torey Pudwill's 20-page interview leaves no doubt that he's gunnin' for SOTY this year. Add this one to your collection.