The whole Lower Bobs crew put in some serious blood, sweat, and beers here. Long live the DIY and a big cheers to everyone who made it happen!
Unfortunate faces, big heads, taco sluts, Black Flag, Sebo Walker, and near death experiences. This is today's episode of Skateline.
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.
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.
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...
|Max Schaaf, a Photography Exhibit by Jerry Buttles Brooklyn, NY May 01|
|Kanis Bash Little Rock, Arkansas May 03|
|5.9 Death Flowers Providence, RI May 10|
|East County Bound & Down Premiere Lemon Grove, CA May 17|
|Safety Harbor Contest Safety Harbor, FL May 17|