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Starting this tape off in his hometown, Beagle attempts a fakie kickflip to switch manual at Edison Rec Center. With a Birdhouse shirt and Tom Penny Mushroom Flip board, the gear is more impressionable than the make would have been. “Can we get a fisheye?” A stones throw away, Andrew Reynolds films his classic kickflip manual at the Huntington High School 4 up 5 down. It’s gotta be the shoes (Emerica Reynolds One). You might recognize the turnaround from a slow motion in the BAKER2G video. Deep in the IE (Murrieta, CA) Big Head Jeff skates a gap and and plays with firecrackers at a local highvschool. Another “As Seen” in the BAKER2G video, Andrew Reynolds films a classic line at the ARCO building in downtown Los Angeles. Crimson and Clover. Heading west to a classic Korea Town rail, Jeff Lenoce lands a frontside noseslide that you also might recognize from a VHS tape. “Hold your money when you’re rolling the dice, baby!” Brian Sumner ends the tape the with a line attempt at Fashion Island in Newport Beach, CA. A B1 Birdhouse board encounters a technical difficulty. Circa 1999

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