Dime Street Challenge 2018 Photos

You can just feel the speed and stoke oozing through these photos.

 

Photos by Dan Mathieu, Nathan Ethier-Myette and Ryan Lebel

1 1 750pxWelcome to the steepest hill in Montreal


2 1 750pxThis is about to go real fast…


3 1 750pxAaaaaand—it’s go time


4 1 750pxT-Funk, quick air for the Christ


5 1 750pxNora with the mute grab


6 1 750pxShe’s good


7 1 750pxBenihana executed perfectly by Dime’s new TM, Jamie Thomas


8 1 750pxWow


9 1 750pxLouie Lopez, nosegrab 180


10 1 750pxSki ride, Alexis Lacroix


11 1 750pxMandatory Valdez roll-away


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13 1 750pxJohn Shanahan, Japan air for the win


14 1 750pxLongest ollie challenge: Simon Bannerot, 28 feet


15 1 750pxHenry Gartland takes it with a 28.5 foot-long ollie!


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17 750pxYep


18 1 750pxTiago, wake up, man! Let’s go skate


19 1 750pxTiago, switch ollie over the rail


20 1 750pxShanahan, nollie

 

21 1 750pxBoom


22 1 750pxRyan Decenzo ends it with a 360 flip


23 1 750pxTHAT WAS BOLTS!

 

24 1 750pxA happy crowd. Thanks, y’all!

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