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Harold blended together his huge personality, unique skate style, and an entire city. He was a true original. Here's a classic part from the 1998 Zoo York video.

When Skate Rock hits town anything is possible. What we're leaving is new faces and fresh blood. Are you down? See you on the Mississippi!

280_fatbackPerfect plazas, second angles, and the everyday weirdness of being a stranger in a strange land. Here's Raemers, Wieger, Cairo, Nestor, and the others.

280_MikeAndersondoublerock2 Here's a quick blast of Manderson and friends making great use of the park.

280_JoshPazEvery trick has a worst-case scenario but the face-firecracker ranks near the very top. Lights out.

280_paul_hart Fast, rad trick choices, taller than average ledge; there's a bunch of rad things about this one.
280GreenAppleFIX If you enjoy a face melter from time to time, just wait for the last trick in this video part from Green Apple skateshop's Paul Liliani.
280_FLtom_asta Tom Asta takes advantage of a smooth European plaza and puts together a rad line on a recent LRG trip.
280_lacy_baker Lacey has her own reasons to push herself and progress, like all skaters do. But in the process she's produced one of the best female street/tech parts we've seen. You gotta watch this.
280_JackMOoreJack tried to power right through a kink, but the rail wasn't having it.
280_double_rockReynoldsSpanky These guys weren't in town for long, but they felt right at home at D-Rock.
280_gravette_magnifiedPretty much every skater has done a 50-50 to one degree or other. But no one turns up the heat quite like David. As seen in the May 2013 mag.
280_phil_classics Having a distinctive style while shredding every kind of terrain is as rad as it gets. And Phil Shao is a great example. Here's Al Partanen introducing a classic part from the 1998 Think video.
280_deathmatch_yardsale On a weekend like Death Match it's only a matter of time until some crazy transfer session goes down on the ramp. This one was fairly dangerous.
280_fl_rick_rossi Every town should have a slab spot like this. Rad lines all day.

280_DGonzDavid Gonzalez breaks down his new shoe from Globe, The Sabbath.

280_wes_kremerWes Kremer blazes the campaign trail all the way to Paris, France. Legalize Wes Kremer? No doubt!

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