Burnout: Over To Grind
Met the bros at the new Stoner park and there was a carnival going on.
Adio had a tent set up with games and prizes and shit.
Happiest pit bull I've ever seen.
The even had a bouncy house.
What the heck?
Turns out the whole thing was for Brezinski's 29th birthday. Nice.
All his friends showed up, but we had to get out on the streets.
South Central LA's famous palm trees.
Cricket's back, at least for a visit.
The ghetto bird was circling, so we waited before jumping the fence.
A rail only Leo could love.
Julian blasts a table on request. Thanks, Ju-Ju.
This school has rails that start one stair lower. Perfect for ollie-over-to tricks if you've got it like that. Johnny knocks out the standard.
Abdias goes 5-0.
Lutheran went ahead and jumped the whole thing.
Leo went for the nosegrind.
He did ten of them in a row, but I couldn't figure out how to shoot it right. 'Just blog it,' he told me.
Diggler wanted to fuck with this thing.
With the assistance of a comically-bad roll-in ramp.
He got in the end, of course. Why else would he be enjoying a Batman?
'Were you scared?' 'A little I guess.'
Ain't not fun if the homies can't have none.
Next spot, farther down Crenshaw.
8/13/2020The Brooklyn Banks is one of the most iconic skate spots ever. Take a roll down memory lane with the locals and legends who have contributed to its legacy, then sign the petition to save The Banks. From the August ’20 issue of the mag.
5/11/2020The Vans EU crew beat the bloody hell out of the stone streets while Victor “Doobie” Pellegrin supplies the party stoke and closes the curtains. Trust us, you need this in your life.
4/13/2020Boosting off the street bumps, Leo gets on and over the rails with confidence. His frontside 5-0 will always be a thing of beauty…
4/03/2020Whether as a struggling pro or team manager, Mike Sinclair’s come across almost every character in skateboarding, and even invented a few himself. Wonder who's made a lasting impression in his lifetime among legends? Read through and laugh along.
2/21/2020Continuing their already impressive legacy, Emerica strikes gold again with Green. Dakota pushes his rail game to new limits and Dickson rips every set and bank to shreds like a rabid wolverine while the rest of the team fills out a killer montage. This is canon.