• Hall Of Meat: Matt Schlager

    Hall Of Meat: Matt Schlager
    Matt's already had Internet fame through one of his slams, but it hasn't gone to his head. This carcass toss, however, did.
  • Hall Of Meat: Justin Vasquez

    Hall Of Meat: Justin Vasquez
    A round-rail 50-50 is never a sure thing. Even when your trucks are locked and loaded, it can turn sour in a flash. Know any good chiropractors?
  • Hall Of Meat: Best of 2011

    Hall Of Meat: Best of 2011
    How could anyone forget Chris Gentry's epic King of the Road rap? Well, Rap-A-Lot's favorite white boy is back with his 2nd Thrasher exclusive recording: Hall of Meat. If you're squeamish, don't watch this edit. Everyone else, enjoy the trainwreck.
  • Hall Of Meat: Brendan Jones

    Hall Of Meat: Brendan Jones
    A board-bounce like this is probably what it feels like to get hit by lightning—from behind.
  • Hall Of Meat: Jake Keenan

    Hall Of Meat: Jake Keenan
    Some spots just beg for a plunge. Jake took the tail drop and got served like a holiday dinner.
  • Hall Of Meat: Alex Turan

    Hall Of Meat: Alex Turan
    Rainbows signify happiness and positive thoughts 99 times out of 100. Here's what that other one time looks like. This Oakland DIY spot's gone, but Alex will always have the memory of sliding on his face.
  • Hall Of Meat: Lenny Rivas

    Hall Of Meat: Lenny Rivas
    Any slam that generates enough impact to toss a shoe in the air usually means you're going to sit down for awhile. Maybe for an hour. Or maybe a month. Lenny describes a brutal ankle roll.
  • Hall Of Meat: Nyjah Huston

    Hall Of Meat: Nyjah Huston
    It can't be easy to get back up and make your trick after flopping down 18-stairs but somehow Nyjah pulled it after this slam.
  • Hall Of Meat: Dakota Servold

    Hall Of Meat: Dakota Servold
    Dakota went out of his way to attack some wild rails in WTF!, but this classic Jamie Thomas spot had his number.
  • Hall Of Meat: Dan Murphy

    Hall Of Meat: Dan Murphy
    A big double-kink 50-50 tosses Dan, but he explains how flapping like a bird helped avoid a faceplant.