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Scott Laird don't ollie under cope; this must be an over-vert tight spot for sure. Caseyville. IL. Photo: Koehler

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Calba contemplates turn ratios eight feet above flat on a Mesa, AZ frontside rock. Photo: Pod

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Jake Schwerdt got wood when he found this rail. Today, he gets a backside 50-50

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An anonymous dragon-slayer blunts on a reptilian Nostrildamus

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Tyler Kline reminds you that you're never too old to learn frontside crooks. Philadelphia, PA. Photo: Ayers

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Kevin Baryza Backed his bags and his backside D and took them to El Salvador. Photo: Hayward

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The old loading dock car-hop is always good for a stress-fracture or two. Chris Crittenden, backside 180, Gainesville, FL. Photo: Kramer

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