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A Few Pictures From Last Night

Old 05-13-05, 11:36 AM
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A Few Pictures From Last Night

Cody, downside whip to disaster.
Jeremy, invert.
Cody, turndown.
Jeremy, barspin off the bank.
Cody, invert.
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Old 05-13-05, 11:49 AM
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scary stuff

i'd def kill myself trying that stuff, looks good
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that spot looks sick
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yes. nice bank.

could be a cool hip....
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One hip goes into the street. The other: a brick wall.
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it looks like hopovers grinds are possible on that
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Very rad pics. What is the reason behind Cody's tiny front sproket? It looks cool. I would love to skate that bank. Does security come when you are there? Great rinding.
Woh I just noticed that those bricks are cut off on the big bank. That is awesome. Do you know who did that or how it was done?
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Originally Posted by toyota200x
Very rad pics. What is the reason behind Cody's tiny front sproket? It looks cool. I would love to skate that bank. Does security come when you are there? Great rinding.
Woh I just noticed that those bricks are cut off on the big bank. That is awesome. Do you know who did that or how it was done?
if you look at the first one u can see the bricks torn off of the bank are lieing in the flowers
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Originally Posted by toyota200x
Very rad pics. What is the reason behind Cody's tiny front sproket? It looks cool. I would love to skate that bank. Does security come when you are there? Great rinding.
Woh I just noticed that those bricks are cut off on the big bank. That is awesome. Do you know who did that or how it was done?
Many people use 25t sprockets . the biggest i've seen around my house is a 36, or 46t when i see the ghetto
kids riding the bikes they just stole.

security doesn't usually **** with people, only if you damage their property by grinding or wallriding.
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