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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by DawnPatrol321, Mar 17, 2017.
Me rockin my mini hawk in FL
My first bort was a Valtera Dragon. My first custom (2nd bort) was a Vision Gonzales with G&S ultralight trucks, Swiss bearings, and some spitfires.
Niiiiiice! Sounds suite.
Showin my age hahahaha 1984 skaterat hittin 1/4 pipes on this badboy. Wow the photo is horrible but it's a Santa Cruz Duane Peters. Good memories!!
a little earlier
Damn, Lance!!! You're hot!!!
This reminded me of Mark "Gator" Rogowski
I dig the tunes in this one a lot.
had a skater come in to my shop today for a custom cut for a grinding pole
I swear this dude was what gives skaters a bad name lol,i was literally laughing the whole time he was talking,like grade a 100% hipster,barely even knows how to skate and he was probably late 20s.
hes telling me how he wants this mobile set up I'm like dude just skate the streets,u think guys are measuring rails and determining angles before they grind it,it was like the dude wanted a custom pair of training wheels
That's funny. We use to skate all around town in search of rails, curbs, steps, gaps, loading docks, etc. There's enough out there if you know where to look.
This is an amazing skateboard video
What up skate rats? I was just reading an Encinitas's Mag with a story about skate photog Grant Brittain. He dialed in pictures of the bones brigade and the animal chin ramp. Anywho the article brought back memeories of the 80's.
There is a picture of the hand planting the spine with hawk, mountain, cabellero and McGill. When I was shredding half pipes (relatively speaking), I was riding a McGill and totally remember this picture coming out. The 80s were the shiz.
Respect! Great shot!
3 major innovations in skating over the last 50 years, imho:
and long before parks, the drainage ditches under the Delaware Memorial Bridge were good fun and well worth the journey to get there.
4) Rodney Mullen