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Flawless plazas aren't the only great spots. Give Jose Rojo (or any skater) a curb, some flatground, and a huge slab of cement, and they'll figure it out.
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Caleb Sieverson makes proper use of a bench that has seen better days.
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If you had a no-bust plaza and Rodrigo's board control you might be able to piece together a line like this.
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A minefield of skatestoppers can't slow up Jack Curtin's high-speed attack on the SF Federal Building. Check out Jack and crew in the upcoming DGK vid, Parental Advisory.
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There've been entire video parts that were shorter than this Firing Line. Pretty Sweet's leadoff man tries to go the distance before his legs give out.
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We don't know how many tries this line required, but Mr Consistency looks like he barely broke a sweat.
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Two of the Trunk Boyz administer a double dose attack at San Francisco's Waller Street ledges.
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SF's 3rd and Army has seen a resurgence of amazing skating and lines lately. Trevor conjures up a rad ledge, manual, gap line.
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If your line has an ender like this, you're going to want a second filmer angle. Well done, Denzel.
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Whether it's basic tricks or gnarly, difficult moves like Nassim does here, a high-speed downhill line is one of the raddest things in skating.
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