Published on October 23, 2020 by
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In an apartment in Hollywood, CA, the infamous “Mota Man” is pinching your sack and stealing your girl. Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams. Right Next Door to Hell, on Sunset Boulevard, Erik Hamamoto skates an 15-stair aluminum rail with an uphill runway. A fantasy rail that had yet to be skated at the time, Erik uses his illusion and surfs out a boardslide.

Into the night, at a 6-6-10, Beagle films an Andrew Reynolds line down all three sets of stairs. With an improv move, Beagle pops up his board and runs down the second set of stairs. Andrew lands the backside 360 and the TRV900 gets another clip.

At the Bundy Hubba in Brentwood, CA, a stone’s throw away from 875 Bundy Dr, Atiba Jefferson practices his golf swing and Antwuan DIxon kills the Hubba. Circa 2005

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