In celebration of Torey Pudwill turning Pro DVS put together a mini site called High Times w/ Torey featuring a week in the life of, old Torey photos, a short story from myself about watching Torey come up, and some old footy of Torey shredding.
The DLX crew built a couple ramps and set them up at 3rd & Army. There was lots of ’80s gear and music, and Tony Trujillo, Dave Durren, Nick Matlin, Sean, Kev, Noah, and a whole slew of others ripped the Saturday afternoon away.
Headed up into the Redwoods to a small park in Ben Lomond. Raven Tershay, Steve Bailey, Mike Peterson, Kyle Berard and Tom Remillard handled the bowl and laid down some lines under a crazy sunset.
It started at Wallenberg in 1991, when Jesse Paez frontside 180’d the Big Four for 263 bucks. The kickflip was up next; Markovich got denied, but we gave him the cash anyway after some serious stacks. Then came 2004. I called ’em out, they came, they saw, they got broke. Aaron Artis? Gizmo? Anybody remember Elissa Steamer? Everybody out there, save the date and put this on your radar: On August 30th, 2008, history will be made as SF rises again. $10,000 for first place, $25,000 purse (this ain’t no Maloof shit, bitch), and I’ll give a grand to any broad who’ll jump the secret stack that we got lined up. Reynolds? Duffel? Ramondetta? Romero? Malto? Bachinsky? Gravette? Fellers? Dompierre? Come on down, more details coming real soon...
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|Cali Am Jam California Jul 30|
|Escapist x Krooked Art Show Kansas City, KA Aug 01|
|DLX 20-Year Anniversary Show San Francisco, CA Aug 02|