Burnout: Spare Stoke
More bonus photos from ‘The Simple Things.’
Nate Tyler’s inlaws’ pool was awesome and awful simultaneously.
This guy was one of those dogs whose slobber is inescapable.
‘Heh, heh, heh …..’
You know it’s harsh if Remy has to study the wall.
Frank came through with a rock ‘n’ roll.
Not that he didn’t take some diggers, too.
Poacher’s view of Grant’s acid drop.
The Hager twins each took a tail drop off the slide.
At least six feet of wavy vert.
They do love a physical challenge.
Catfish was in hog heaven out there in the country.
Remy and Nate: rugged, outdoor types.
Top angle of Darrell’s frontside feebler. This is the safest place to be during a frontside blunt.
Gravette caught a noseblunt.
Pow-wow at SLO High.
Of course he 50ed it first.
Secret bowl somewhere secret.
Another view of Mark’s body jar.
Chris Gregson got razzed a little in the mag, but he’s definitely a sick skater.
Remy smacks the lip.
Yeah, pretty cool.
Prevent This Tragedy: It's A WrapThe mag's out and the video's in it. Look for it in the mail or at your local shop—you're not gonna want to miss this one.
Skatepark Round-Up: CreatureLike 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...
Gravette goes GregslistGravette shreds junk-style with some choice Gregslist finds—where one man's crap is another man's skatepark. Via Strangenotes.
The HorrorPain, regret, embarrassment? What horrible shame do Jamie Thomas, Slash, Svitak, Garrett Hill, McCrank, Gravette, J Casanova and Rattray all have in common? Is it that time of the year again already?
Burnout: TombstonersVert's not dead, but we got it a tombstone. Burnout enters The Session in the Abyss.