San Pedro Shred 4

The fourth annual San Pedro Shred took place this Sunday celebrating that DIY ethos and all things San Pedro.

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San Pedro’s newest pro Riley Stevens takes to the sky


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Terrell Robinson blesses it with a backside 360

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Speaking of Vans—it’s Johnny Layton!

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“You guys want some grip tape?”

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“See, vanishes just like that.”

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Back on the skate course there was a huge quarter pipe that got stuck in a slump. Tristan Rennie, alley-oop tail grab

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Across from the huge quarter was the channel gap. Diego Alvarado clears it backside

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Fabian and Elvis, working the Would Shop skates booth, selling DIY-themed boards and Ts,  makin' deals

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Kendall McDermott drew the graphic for the “Shark Bag." Perfect for carrying your precious vinyl

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On the subject of vinyl, let’s check out the sound stage where Mike Watt and the Secondmen have amassed quite a crowd

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No matter how big any of the bands are that Mr. Watt has fronted, he has always been down for the DIY movement and prefers to travel in a van

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Mike Watt and the Secondmen

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Jammin' Econo

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Malakai Montes, front blunt

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San Pedro local Oscar Navarro, front rock

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Diego’s back with a noseblunt yank in, or as the kids call it, a Dump Truck

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Jesus! is this the worlds biggest backside disaster? Check the video clip and see

 

 

Jesus Esteban shuts it down!

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