6th Street Shutdown Photos
We shut down the alley next to our shop with our friends from Atlas and adidas. Big Love to everyone that came out.
The Beat Junkie turned people into bean junkies with coffee provided by Killer Coffee
Those Killer Coffee stickers look familiar…
Jake Donnelly rests against an ancient box while hanging with Silas Baxter-Neal and Jack Fardell outside of Atlas before the festivities
A man from across the Atlantic, Paul Shier, drifts into a conversation with SBN and Jake Donnelly about how good it feels to wear cargos again
Give me my coffee, Chico
Chico and Paul raise a donut to SF
Atlas head honchos Patrick Beaudouin, Ryen Motzek and Mike Manidis taking a quick break from having the weight of the world on their shoulders
EMB royalty, Karl Watson and Chico Brenes, reunited
You can’t pass a perfectly crusty DIY spot and not expect Jack Fardell to get a back tail on it
BART might be the worst travel accommodations Silas, Suciu, Jake and Jack have ever had on an adidas trip
Suciu and Silas enjoying a moment of silence before the madness begins
Which way is 6th Street?
As long as the ear buds are in, Gary Rogers doesn’t have to listen to the rules of the bike lane
Our guy Lui Elliot frontside ollies over the bench while at “work”
Thought Fardell didn’t have front tails too?
SBN, BST, SF, CA
Tony Manfre and Mophono on the turntables
Atlas Mike getting in on some of that sweet front tail action too
Busenitz is here and he’s got the beer!
Jeff Carlyle plants a vert move on a bank spot
Kevin Braun came through with the smoothest front blunt to fakie
Jeff, how many times do we have to tell you? Banks are supposed to make the tricks easier! Bank-to-barrier back lip, most difficult
With his earbuds in, Gary couldn’t tell how loud he was calling out the skate infractions. SF residents can still hear an echoing, “You already did that!”
The kids are alright. So is Eli Williams flying coast to coast blindside
Looks like the beers are on Jack tonight
Sactown’s techest: Brandon Burdine, Miika Adamov, Miles Silvas and James Wright
Lil’ Dre and Tony V get photobombed by a roller skater
The hype station
Six Newell Reunion: Steamer and Alden
Miles Silvas, Desmond Billie, Gary Rogers and Tafari Whitter wondering why Pete Eldridge doesn’t have his foot on his tail
Patriot or Russian troll?
Lui and Gary can’t resist a good product-toss pit
Busenitz already murdered the real China banks so he showed some mercy and stayed on his bike at the event
You already know Karl was hyped
Gary killed it with the MC duties and trick enforcement
Ryen Motzek and Gary settle up with Jonathan Perez for his hard work. Yeah, Jon!
Enough cash to buy a set of AirPods
Jack going alley-oop for a crispy C-Note. It was in the bag once he saw Gary holding the hundo
Backside blunt onto the barrier? If you’re Suciu, why the hell not!
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