This was a crazy day. It started with two guys trying the same trick. Forrest landed the switch flip. Then DJ Gaudin landed something you gotta see to believe.
Cover: Mike Carroll – Crooked Grind
Inside This Mag: 50 unknowns tearing it up and the NSA Back to the City 4 contest featuring Agah, Senn, Carroll, Santos, Ricks, Duffy and more
Also In This Issue: Tricks on the edge of insanity, the PSL Junkfest at Grover Beach and the NSA Airwalk Amateur Finals in Houston
Music Articles: Pantera, Carcass, M.C. Re and Motorhead
August cover boy Chris Cole talks about Back To The Berg in this video recap, with a special bonus .mp3 extended interview.
A montage of all the stuff the Flip team got into on the road to Wallenberg with Burnout.
Here's a closer look at Cody McEntire's bigspin with a little voice over from the Catfish.
Horseshoes and Handgrenades. You asked for it, you got it. Here's some of the almosts that went down at Back To The Berg. Who do you think was closest to a roll-away?
Close but no cigar—Kevin Romar talks about his attempts at almost making the nollie 360 at Back To The Berg.
This shit went off! Marissa Dal Santo gave it 11 tries and was as close as you can get without rolling away. This is what went down in order: Chris Cole - bs 360 (second try); Lizard King (Mike Plum) - bs 180 one foot; Nick Merlino - switch heel; Lindsay Robertson - bs heel; Lizard King - airwalk, ollie onto last stair; Jordan Hoffart - varial heel (hand drag, caught last step); Cody McEntire - big spin, Chris Cole - sw fs flip; Andrew Pott - hardflip.
You asked for the slams, you get the slams.
The ramp is built, the stage is set. Saturday it's on. Eduardo Craig went up to Wallenberg to make sure speed wouldn't be an issue.
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