3 Cars deep 11 peeps and a slight misstep causing some leaving, coming back and leaving again and we were on our way to shred. In the middle of the mountains in Waynsboro Va, everyone preceded to completely destroy a long yellow handicap rail, leaving only a pile of dust and molten metal. Waynboro banks also took a heavy beating via the whole crew. Upon hitting Charlottesville on the way back to Richmond, we attempted to skate a couple of things but had no luck after getting kicked out by a fat man and finding one rail rendered unskateable. So what do you do when all else fails? Do the God Damn Bernie!!! The crew rolled 11 deep and crashed a frat party by running up the mansion’s front stair ledge and hopping a portch rail to lay waste to the free beer and dance floor. Willheim, Clement and Caleb took the cake dancing and after stealing all of their beer and women (and also pissing all over their basement) the Bros had enough and we all got the boot. Suck it Cville, you’ve officially been served.
I normally don’t much like contests like this, but this weekend changed my mind. With a good hometown feel and more of a fun, relaxed atmosphere than normal for a big contest, this one was one for the books. Two legends Ronnie Creager and Andrew Reynolds went head to head in the final round of the contest, with Reynolds barely winning the massive $160,000 prize. Creager walked away with $40,000, so I’m sure he has no complaints! DC local pros Bobby Worrest and Jack Curtin came in 5th and 7th respectively. In the am contest our local buddy Gilbert Crockett made it to 10th place with Ishod Wair taking the cake. The after parties at velvet entailed much free PBR and mexican yelling courtesey of Zach Lyons. Good times peeps and congrats to all!
head over to RVA Magazine’s website for a full article coming soon.
DGK and Zero guys came through and sessioned 28th street for all to see. All I brought my old Minolta camera loaded with black and white film, but some pictures managed to come out. Those dudes killed it and the crowd was massive and hyped.