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280HOMDakota We're so used to seeing him roll away from crazy kinked rails that we forgot sometimes Dakota gets served raw.
280_willow Willow starts it off small and ends it big in this back alley line.
280_baker_fatback Here's Fatback's weekend in the Bay Area with the Baker Boys, when they came to film their Double Rock.
280_chad_tim_tim A wild spot like this deserves a creative line.
280RoughTumble_Still SF to Fresno and back in one day is a good mission. Geoffrey got rough with the sidelines while T-Mo, Raney, Gut, Albino, Harry, and Ryan Johnson tumbled the terrain.
280_greco Zero helped establish the no-filler, all-gnarly skate video part. This suited Greco's skating just fine. Dakota Servold introduces a 1999 classic, and rightfully points out one of the best back 360s ever.

DarrinINDEXDarin checks out the July mag at Bucky's bowl and shows some of that legendary style he's known for.

280_jaws_firing_line Whether it's crazy street lines or deep cement pits, Jaws likes attacking big terrain.
280_jaws You know what's funny about this guy who's taking some of craziest street drops ever? He destroys all transitions, too.
280_mexico_ctiyFinal Skateboarding is the new religion worldwide, Thrasher is the Bible, and whether you know it or not, our bloodline runs right through Latin America. This video is only the beginning of something massive. Estan listos?
280HOMva An awkward switch roll-up with those awesomely loose trucks he's known for sends VA flying.
280_alvarezDR2 Creative skating and different eras of tricks, all mixed with Vincent's switch/regular/fakie hybrid blender. Oh yeah, he filmed this in like a minute.
280SchneerVHS Readers are the reason we're in business. One of 'em sent us this VHS vid, so we chopped it up and the rest is, well… Fuckin' Schneer. Sock dick ho-ho, for reals.
ClassicsStevieINDEX Stevie went from underground to worldwide recognition with this part. He also helped spotlight manual skating as both a science and an art form. Vincent Alvarez introduces this 1999 classic.
You saw the photos in last week's Burnout. Now, here's the footage. Tum Yeto has a new ramp!

This is Ben Nordberg's first ever, full-length Flip video part.

Anti-Hero dropped a new catalog with Hewitt, Grosso, Gerwer, and Russo.

East Coast lensman, Phil Jackson, has a new photo site chock full of young people on the edge. Check it.

280_vincent_alvarez His loose, fast style has gotten Vincent a lot of attention over the past couple years. Here's a nice downhill line as an example.
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Classic power meets innovation on the March front as AVE goes over the back to switch 5-0 in NYC. There's 14 more pages of Van Engelen inside, so don't sweat it; Cyril Jackson talks about skating the streets (and sleeping in them), the Naawwsty Crew rolls deep from ATL to FL; Krooked krushes Korea; the Deathwish team spreads some love on the East Coast and Shane O'Neill has a killer ten-page feature. You heard what he did at Wallenberg, right?
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