Tickle My Slow Loris

It rained most of last weekend, but we did get some quality shred time Saturday before the skies were naughty.

The world’s heaviest duty flatbar available. Requires at least six people to move. Max Murphy – Backside 5-0. Actually, it was already raining when we were skating this, probably made the grindings very scary.

One of my flashes didn’t go off on this one and naughty shadows invaded Tj’s face. My own fault, I forgot to buy new batteries for the dumb things. The only reason I got any flash action at all is because Risser had some batteries I borrowed which revitalized the one that was lively in this photo. Blowing it. Tj Bohach – Backside nosegrind.

Self explanatory.

The bottom 1/3 of the set of stairs were laying off to the side and we broke a few steps off and made a sweet one foot wide, six foot long ride up to this thing. Max actually ollied onto this noseslide. Everyone was all “what are you going to do when you get to the end?” “I don’t know, I’m just going to try it”. He slid about 1/3 of the way down down the rail, rode down some stairs, laughed. Good enough?