Published on September 15, 2021 by
  • jenkemmag

If you were like us and weren’t at the annual Copenhagen skate contest this year, you were probably dying to know what went down. We hit up our friend Andres to document the timeless weekend. Although it doesn’t capture all the drunken action we’ve come to expect at night, there’s plenty of high speed chaos during the day to get you curiously checking airline prices for next years event.

Filmed & Edited by: Andres Bill

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