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280_CPH_PROBack at the FÆLLEDPARKEN park in Copenhagen for this year's bowl & snake contest. Rune should have won, but didn't. Yes, we're still alive...

280CPHpro12_ring_of_fire The Spitfire ring of fire went up, came down, and back up. Ishod Wair, Chris Cole, Tony Trujillo, Tim Zom, Curren Caples, Wes Kremer and Robbie Russo all jumped the flames.

280_SilasPosterWhen your board gets hijacked by a rail, all that's left is the impact.
280FL_scott_decenzo It's tough to compare all of the amazing Firing Lines we've run, but we do know that this one's near the top.

280_480_cph_v3After years of involvement in Copenhagen, we're going back—and this time, no survivors.  How's this for a slam? Robbie Russo gets his bell rung. When we're in town, it's burning down.

280_DRarnette Skaters often try to destroy D-Rock but these guys dissect it like surgeons. Here's Mark Appleyard, Pat Duffy, Danny Supa, and both Decenzo brothers.
280_gut_magnified When we ran the photo of Sean snapping into the Hunter's Point Sundial in the August mag, more than a few people said, "I don't believe it until I see the footage." Well, here you go.
280_louie_barletta DIY foundation spots always make for a good spot to get a line. Louie Barletta has fun with this one.
280_matt_beachClassicsIt's easy to call a skater "underrated," but there's not many overlooked guys who've put out a part like this one. Silas introduces a classic from The Firm's 2003 vid.

280_silas_baxter_nealYou know it's raw street when a line involves railroad tracks and the click-clack of a sidewalk.

280_beagleSkating has lots of characters, but Beagle is one-of-a-kind. He documents the gnarliest skaters ever, hypes up himself and everyone around him, swerves HD, and has a blast the whole time.
280_KyleFrederickPosterThis spot's been skated for over two decades, but Kyle was the first to go up and over… for a price.
280_Omit_drHere's Ramondetta (a resident D-Rock king), Moose and his surprisingly smooth tech-gnar, Carlin going crazy, and extra-special guest Chris Cole.
280_omar_train The Levi's x Nike commercial had some difficult shots, and the moving train was one of the toughest. Omar explains.
280_torres_classicsThis 2005 Real vid had a super-heavy squad, and every part stood on its own. Ernie's section was a fan favorite for sure. Ramondetta introduces a classic.

280PosterRavenGut launched into the kitchen, McLain slid into a picture frame, Curtis got broke, Raven flew up onto the wall, and the house was rocking all day long. Good times, cold beer!

280_FLmooseHe skates gnarly gaps and rails, but Moose also has precision-tech moves—like the amazing line-ender seen here.

280_darkstar_roundupThere's a time to roll around just doing grinds, and a time to unleash everything you've got. Here's the incredibly deep bag of tricks from Lutzka, Dyet, Decenzo, Bowerbank, and the others.

280_1031_dr Team riders of a board company often share a similar skate vibe. The 1031 crew combines ripping and unique tricks from different eras. Here's Cyril, Fritz, Svitak, and Rossi.
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Daniel Lutheran gaps out to the June '15 cover with a dead-eye over-the-back 50-50 down a 20 set. And there's plenty more Propeller partying inside, including full-length Dan-Lu and Elijah Berle interviews. Hockey homies John Fitzgerald and Donovon Piscopo throw down off the ice. Corey Glick demonstrates his Lunatic flick. Volcom hits the highway en route to Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest. Josh Borden talks about his am-to-pro bump; the Bones Swiss team (well, not all of them) set their sights on the motherland and a full recap of this year's Thrasher/Converse Death Match at SXSW.
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