Published on August 19, 2019 by
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12 steaming helmets carved their way to Denmark via private jet with the intention of enjoying uprated Tuborgs and riding bikes into space… As well as enjoying prat spinach in an edible form and of course the company of Rick Wicked (Skinny aka Chav Dan). Some actual skateboard stunts did occur…and thankfully there was a crack team of CRV-WKD media on stand 24 hours a day  by Tidy Mike and Diesel Mike!… Big up TIDY MIKE for assembling the finest of motion pictures, that already holds some nostalgia within this wonderful community of featured pillocks… Carve on Brothers! Featuring Jake Collins, Sam Pulley, Chav Dan, Dannie Carlsen, Nicky Guerrero, Ken Danzig, Tom Bailey, Ben Morris aka Beemo, John Coppen aka Beanhead, Kev Passion Barry, Mental Will Folly, Diesel Mike and Bobby Sonders.

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