Pools, pouring 'crete, BBQ at granny's, and brewskis were all checked off with Fred Gall back East. One hell of a week—featuring Fritz, Young Will, Max, Xeno, Andrew, Cranston, Brian B, Luke, Petillo, and all other NJ Scum.
NHS opened their museum to a select group of family, friends, and rippers. From Steve Olson to Eric Koston, we all gathered to revisit history and share skateboarding stories in all its glory. Great job Novak and congrats on 40 plus years!
Thanks again to OJ Wheels for the good times up North with Surrey, Kremer, Marius, Borden, Cao, Dicolla, Horn, Strubing, Nuge, Silent Mike, Frecks and everyone else. Here's the Yardsale.
It's hard to top their Hall of Meat clip, but part 2 of the Round-Up features more parks, chicks in panties, guns, and one of the smoothest 5-0 fakies we've seen in a while.
The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. There's like five or six crazy things about this one clip as all hell breaks loose on a group hill bomb.
Start it off in NYC with Cranston, Gall, Renaud, and Fardell, and then end up in SF with some other good stops in between.
The fun continues as Navs, Drehobl, Manderson and crew get their licks on some local spots and the new Grindline park in Lahaina before its grand opening.
Road sodas, sticky-gooey, and an insatiable appetite for skateparks. You try telling the Creature fiends that the session's over.
Like Hitz said, this team is a giant mutant. Each rider brings something unique to create one big, park-destroying monster. Navarrette, Partanen, Gravette, Bingaman and the whole squad will skate whatever your town's got. Part 2 coming Friday...
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