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280Oakland_OnRamp_Still Raven Tershy, Bobby Worrest, and James Anderson battled the on-ramp over in Oakland and came out on top… With a couple stops at Berkeley and some sick slappy curbs.
280_FirstLookPOSTERIf there are two guys who know gnarly skating when they see it, it would be Brian Hansen and Don Nguyen. Here they are reacting to the September mag.

 

280_classics_ellingtonHis lanky frame, that distinct upraised arm style, and those legendary bigspin front boards all came together in this 1999 Zero vid. Mikey Taylor introduces a classic.

280BustingIntheBay Guzman, Miorana, Raffin, Childress, Adams, Peabody, and Sauder all bust The Bay in this clip, capped off by the Gut sailing a sweet frontside ollie into the Hunter's Point sundial.
280DjTrailer_POSTERGreco flew up to meet young DJ Gaudin for a mission to hit a couple legendary SF hammer spots. Did DJ sing it or did he bring it? Tune in Friday. This is must-see TV.
280_mikey_taylor Here's Mikey holding on to a ledge trick, coast-to-coast, with a built-in dirt gap for extra drama.

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.
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Sascha Daley scores the August front with a high-altitude kickflip into an ancient bank—more Daley heat inside with his Heads interview. Chris Gregson gets the Heads treatment as well and Nick Boserio and Ron Deily get fully grilled. Loud headphones coasts through Costa Rica; the FA Sk8 Fucks jump in the tour bus with Earl Sweatshirt; Cons streetstyles through the South and Lakai goes bananas in Puerto Rico. Done deal, dude.
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