Tonight's Photos: CLICK HERE
Steve's Freecoasting Rollback to Can Can
Check out the new set up...
22" MacNeil Deuce Deuce
-Odyssey Pro Dirt Forks
-48 Odyssey Hazard Lite Rear Wheel w/ 10 tooth 1 piece driver
-36 Haro Front Wheel
-2.25" FIT FAF Tires - Front & Rear
-Primo 12 Butted Tall Bars
-ODI Longneck Grips
-Aminal Plastic Bar Ends
-Colony Internal Headset
-Odyssey Monolever (Medium)
-Kink Linear Cable
-Odyssey EVO2 Brakes w/ Odyssey Clear Pads
-180mm Primo Powerbite Cranks
-Fly Spanish BB
-Animal Hamilton Plastic Pedals
-28 Tooth Shadow Crow Spocket
-Colony Pivotal Saddle
-Primo Pivotal Seatpost
-G Sport PLEGs
-G Sport GLAND Front Hub Guard
-Primo Cyclone Rear Hub Guard
I've already received numerous messages from people bitching cause the ramps aren't "big enough" and "there is no box jump?" Let me break it down for you...
1. This is a temporary park, it needs to stay on the smaller side so it can all be disassembled and taken away to storage for the Winter months
2. This park is for skaters and riders. A wedge to wedge is usable by everyone, a huge box jump isn't
3. I'm not in charge of the park project, just helping out, so don't rant to me! If I haven't seen you guys at any of the skatepark meetings, your input doesn't matter! Make an effort to help out, then you can talk!
4. Be grateful the town is willing to work with the riders and skaters at all. They easily could have said NO SKATEPARK!
Some Lot, Some Street Photos: CLICK HERE
Arnwine bunnyhop tailwhip (whopper)
Blachura tuck flip
Heartbeat Street Photos:CLICK HERE
Bry boosting a 39" raip hop last year
I got a large and a small stencil cut today to tag up the ramps, bridges, etc. at The Lot. Sweet!
Yesterday we were on the road at 11am and headed to the Guilfrod Skatepark. The sun was blaring, it was in the mid-80's, and it was brutal riding...but we hung in for a few hours. More boosting was going on with Bry and Dave throwing down some tailwhips off the quarter to wedge. After cooking for nearly 2 hours we retreated to Krol's backyard for a little dirt action in the sahde. Pete's big line was pretty rough and needed some loving, so we rode the fiberglass quarter to dirt lander most of the afternoon. With a donated wheel from Arnwine, T's bike is now running 30/11 gearing and she was looking pretty comfy almost clearing the jump a number of times. Krol was tweaking some mini-tables over the jump and coming damn close to landing 360's. I apologize, my camera batteries were dead and charging, so I didn't get any photos at Petes. After Pete's we all headed to The Lot to jump the newly revamped big line. With 6 foot wooden kickers and monster dirt landers the line was really intimidating, but most of us made it through. Arnwine was landing some pretty 360's off the 2nd set and clicking turndowns. Sadly, there were a few gnarly crashes late in the day. Blachura landed awkward off the 3rd jump and Krol's and rolled his ankle which resulted in immediate swelling. That thing is sprained for sure and Dave took the rest of the day off keeping ice on it. Damn, the Highland Comp. is in 4 days!!! Tiny TYRANT blasted over the 1st jump at The Lot and launched the 2nd one ever higher resulting in a scary mid-air bail out from 10 feet up. Brandon landed in a tuck-and-roll and got shaken up a bit. After the cobwebs cleared he had a nice strawberry burn on his right shoulder, but it could have been a lot worse! Brandon too took the rest of the day off. Despite the few falls, we rode for nearly 8 hours and everybody appeared to be having a good time. Hot fun in the Summer time!
Track Photos: CLICK HERE
Park & Lot Photos: CLICK HERE
Tony's view from The Lot
Photos: CLICK HERE