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Anyone who watched Bake and Destroy knows Cyril came out of nowhere with one of the best parts. As seen in the December mag, this seven-flat-eight is a true monster.
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Sometimes a photo doesn't entirely show how gnarly a spot is. This shot from the December mag was a monster crooks for sure.
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First try and with a slight early exit to avoid a handrail collision, Josh attacks a random Hubba found on the road.
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"Showtime, bitches! Incoming!” Milton Martinez, shock-and-awe in Noe Valley from our September 2012 issue.
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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.
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The day after his dad passed away, Tim Zom took a heavy heart to this monster rail and emerged victorious, sparking off the most epic post-trick celebration of the modern era. Zom is short for Zombie!
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You can call it weird or wild, but don't call this a dork trick. It's too sick for that label. Here's the Somethin' Else from the July mag.
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Switch inward heel tailslide on a handrail? Even after seeing the sequence proof in the June mag, this mad move requires a closer look.
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Here's footage from one of the gnarliest photos in the May issue.All we can say is "Wow."
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He could have taken this mega-kink coast to coast, but Grant felt like snapping out early and giving a howl of stoke. As seen in Thrasher's April Skater of the Year issue.
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Skater of the Year 2014, Wes Kremer, floats onto the April cover with a sculptural Ollie to fakie and the party continues inside as Wes and his best hemmies go loco in Gran Canaria. The yearly T-Eddys continue to shine and shun; Bones penetrates the language barrier in Poland; The Midwest gets tested by Birdhouse and a Skate Loteria photo feature helps you brush up on your Español. Muy bueno.
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