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While some at this spot skated the out ledges, Nick Panza created his own approach with this tall FS 5050 in Texas.

steve.ollie.internetFrom way back. Out of the curb cut and over the hydrant. Steve Perdue comes though with a highspeed Ollie.

gurney.InternetTypically people apply wood for a proper angle at this spot in Oregon. Jerry Gurney on the other hand powers though the dry grass leaving this BS crailslide in the dust.

Kevin_Kuczkowski.Internet Kevin Kuczkowski finds the spots in Chicago, IL. 360 flip over the gate.

max.Internet

Max Van Arnem BS ollie at the old federal building in SF.

austin.InternetPittsburgh native invades the bay area. Austin Kanfoush FS 5050.

nate.FSsmith.barriorSpt

Snow birds are known for migrating thousands of miles to avoid the winter months. Nate Lacoste traveled 948.3 miles to get to this FS Smith grind.

javan.Internet

Uphill both ways, located next to one of the best burger spots in LA, Javan Campello gets lunch and this wallie BS 5-0.

paul.InternetSomething like magic, Paul Seaholm Ollies curb cut to curb while waiting for his bus to come.

mark.internet

Mark Suciu goes over the rail to the wall frontside, somewhere in Texas.