Halloween at Burnside 2018 Photos
The Burnside Skatepark celebrated its 28th birthday this year and the party was one of the biggest ones yet. A little rain didn't stop any of the festivities and the music and skating went on late into the night. Big thanks to all the OGs who built the park and to the people who take care of it today. Rest in Peace, Mark Hubbard. We all missed you this year.
Words and photos by Ari Morris
A little bit of TLC via a fresh coat of paint and the park was ready for the event
Organizer, painter and DIY advocate, Jay Meer, has been holding it down since the beginning
Meer killed it with the mural on the front of the park
While inside the park our fallen brothers were watching over. Rest in peace, Preston "P-Stone" Maigetter, Mike Davis, Andrew Schleifer, Mark "Monk" Hubbard and Tim "Dorfus" McDougall. We miss you all dearly
Josh Falk firing it up with a huge corner air
Andy Ashburn made a deal with the devil to skate fast—ride on 50-50
Andy Adams, eggplant
Brent Atchley, nollie disaster—smooth as ever
Joe Storm blasting backside, high to low
Pro rambler and hand-turn aficionado, Willis Kimbel, with an andrecht—first try every try
Brennan "Binger" Boothe styling a backside Losi
Classic Mark Scott move, one-footed layback
Tony Ellis grinding off the edge to disaster
Meanwhile in the parking lot, she shredders, Arcana, were keeping it stoked
You know the ladies were getting in there too. Sofia Huboly, FSG
Mike Hell played in three different bands and then went straight to ripping—alley-oop over the hip
Back in the pit, Nervous Defects keeping things scary
Solid turn out this year!
Happy Halloween. See you next year
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