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The Baker Boys pile in the van for a trip up north. Bright and early, Andrew Reynolds draws the crowds to Wallenberg High School in San Francisco, CA. With many iconic characters in attendance and superstitions of the number 3, Andrew surfs out of a monumental backside kickflip. Earning him the cover of Thrasher Magazine. Pre hyper-connectivity and disposable media, the footage doesn’t see the light of day until 3 years later in his Emerica “Stay Gold” video part in 2010.
When word got out that the original Hubba Hideout was deknobbed, skaters flocked to San Francisco like the 49er gold rush. A young Mike Reno stakes his claim with a varial flip noseslide. Reno rides away victoriously with no regard for Patrick O’dell’s Altamont photoshoot. Every DOG has his day.
The following morning, the crew returns to Hubba. Marquise Henry celebrates his birthday with an attempt at an inward heelflip 5-0 grind. After some heavy weighted slams, he locks one in and rides away flawlessly. The sound of four wheels riding on the Hubba bricks… Icing on the cake.