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hesh-til-my-death:

welcome back Stu!

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scienceversuslife:

Stu Graham, in his D3s, nosegrinds a sideways ledge out of the reservoir. Livingston skate park Fun Day, 1999. Document magazine, photo by Percy Dean.

scienceversuslife:

Stu Graham, in his D3s, nosegrinds a sideways ledge out of the reservoir. Livingston skate park Fun Day, 1999. Document magazine, photo by Percy Dean.

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(Source: coors-lightyear)

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alexxxander-phx:

Sammy Baca 

Live heavy, travel light.

alexxxander-phx:

Sammy Baca 

Live heavy, travel light.

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(Source: joshuapollina)

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fuckyeahiloveskateboarding:

Peter Smolik~ Switch Hardflip 

fuckyeahiloveskateboarding:

Peter Smolik~ Switch Hardflip 

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(Source: joshuapollina)

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carllauren:

A.H.C.

carllauren:

A.H.C.

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jackanoose:

I just made this on photoshop and idk what to add to it or to put the background as D:
Any suggestions?

jackanoose:

I just made this on photoshop and idk what to add to it or to put the background as D:

Any suggestions?

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vansskate:

August 1997: John Cardiel
"Seventy-two tries on a very gnarly rail add up to one of the most wicked slams of all time. Johnzo hit his head so hard that his eyes were bleeding. This photo that Luke Ogden took of him on the ground was "a little too gnarly for the newsstand." Maybe so, but you gotta pay if you want to play. The rail is still there. If you want blood, you got it" - Jake Phelps
Via Thrasher Magazine

vansskate:

August 1997: John Cardiel

"Seventy-two tries on a very gnarly rail add up to one of the most wicked slams of all time. Johnzo hit his head so hard that his eyes were bleeding. This photo that Luke Ogden took of him on the ground was "a little too gnarly for the newsstand." Maybe so, but you gotta pay if you want to play. The rail is still there. If you want blood, you got it" - Jake Phelps

Via Thrasher Magazine

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