303's "Vol. 2" Photos
CELEBRATING 303’S 22ND YEAR IN OPERATION AND FOLLOWING UP OUR VOL. 1 VIDEO, we spent the last 12 months in the trenches making Vol. 2. Going in, we had only two objectives: film in Colorado as much as possible and knock out some full parts. The Big Meet Up in New Mexico was the only trip we were able to take. Raver, our close friend and tour guide, made the trek in his beat up Camry, charging through rugged trails to a remote camping destination in the mountains. On the way out, he drove headfirst into a berm, nearly sending all of us flying out of the windows of the car. The vehicle seemed done for but Raver miraculously started it and got it off the side of the mountain. The dude was something else! Unfortunately, Raver lost his life shortly after our adventures in Albuquerque. This film is dedicated in part to his memory. —Coburn Huff
Photos by Coburn Huff and Dirty Tom
Setting the stage for heavy things to come, Alex Gould gets a backside 5-0 on the BA rail Photo: Huff
We broke the first skate stopper on this rail, but the second one wouldn’t budge. Dan Khamov slipped a boardslide past it anyway Photo: Dirty Tom
Devin Bagnoli kept the rail train chugging along with this waist-high 50-50 Photo: Huff
Striving for more elevation, Greg Piloto front blunts up the escalator Photo: Huff
Raver took us here, so Jaeson Mazanares knew it was FFFFFTTTTYYYYAAAAHHHH time! Full-commitment stalefish before the cops could show up Photo: Huff
John Herrera served up a tasty 360 flip before this spot got blown out. Happens to the best of 'em Photo: Huff
John likes to jump so you know wasn't gonna let this 13 stair go unkickflipped Photo : Huff
While out on a solo film session, Michael Matlock said, “Bondo that crack and it’s a go.” He was right. A quick trip to the hardware store and Momo took it down and out to the street, no problem Photo: Dirty Tom
With the golden hour and ratchet straps on his side, Momo back Smiths a spot that only lasted about as long as the sunset Photo : Huff
If you haven't already gotten the clue that he's unreal, let Michael's first-try 14-stair switch 180 seal the deal Photo: Dirty Tom
Freshly-paved asphalt and a bright purple paint job was all Trevor Theriault needed to take this boardslide up and over. Soon after, this became another weed shop with psychedelic murals covering the outside. Trip on that Photo : Huff
Trevor also had no problem planting this backside flip before the city put in the trees Photo: Dirty Tom
More proof of Trevor's first-class kickflips, this time over the bar to wallride Photo: Dirty Tom
Sneak peeks on the go Photo: Dirty Tom
Denver Ted’s is not only home to the best cheesesteaks in Colorado, they also have grate bumps to feed Trevor's meter-jumping hunger Photo : Huff
Trevor brings heat in the streets and on the 'crete. Switch crooks in the first days of RPM Barriers DIY Photo: Huff
And he ain't done yet! Trevor takes full advantage of Denver's recent spot boom with a heelflip boardslide Photo: Huff
Spencer Semien varial flipped this flat gap for Vol. 2, then hit it with a hardflip just for fun. Some folks just got it like that Photo: Huff
Travor's front Smith required a mid-session footy party Photo: Dirty Tom
Schoolyard chillin' Photo: Dirty Tom
Closing it out, John vaults some volts with an electric ollie Photo: Huff
Huge thanks to Vans for backing the video, DJs Parris and Wes Wayne for the jams and Sean for the graphics and titles. Guess it's time to start working on Vol. 3 now...
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