Skating & filming

What we’ve been up to…

 

IMG_5490Chill factor

 

IMG_5503Chevy getting the crisp footage

 

IMG_5559Ghetto

 

IMG_7287Josh Price kickflip

 

IMG_7382Something planned

 

IMG_7447Lurkers

 

IMG_7453Ryan Kearney front 5-0 shove

 

IMG_7459Ryan Kearney frontside lurk

 

IMG_7512Planning

 

IMG_7556Ankles hurt

 

IMG_7572The thinker

 

IMG_7667Reach for the sky fool

 

IMG_7774Luke Griffin boosting high… mollie varial flips were huge after this

 

IMG_7830Grif lurk

 

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1 Comment

  1. Jeniffer Desoza July 6, 2013 Reply

    The initial factor you have to learn in skateboarding is how you can correctly get up on a skateboard. Everybody may think that case an easy task to complete but several people encounter the task after they really get a hold using the actual skateboard. It is precisely a tough task to complete since it needs you to definitely precisely balance the body weight to some board that’s much less wide and much less lengthy either. An ideal skate boarder must contact the board and create a trust for the tools they’re using to do some methods.

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