5.07.2010

chrome ball incident #468: salute















For Beans.

April 26, 1974 - May 9, 1999

R.I.P.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Chops.

Rest in Peace Tim.

Anonymous said...

Was wondering when Beans was going to finally make it up here. Glad to say that you more than made up for the lost time with this one.

RIP

DLTDA said...

RIP dude. Man, dude was so burly. And made backwards trucker hats look dope.

El Shizz said...

hell yeah. always a fan.

rustic_fences said...

Still the best I've ever seen with my own eyes.

mb said...

I saw him skate when he toured the UK in '97/'98 with Childress and Navarette . Live, his casual gnarliness was even more impressive, he skated the park like he was a local. Rad. RIP.

Anonymous said...

I miss this guy, he was in a league of his own, saw him at a demo once in I think it was los Gatos and he ripped so hard and was super nice. R.I.P.

P.s. great split part with Ron Whaley back in the day that I really enjoyed.

Anonymous said...

thanks so much dude was gnarly but o so smooth at the same time i really like this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wCpXu-u4Qc Tim and Phil now thats just history.

h/e/x/c/r/a/s/s said...

I love your blog. Thanks.

shinebox said...

A real good friend, and a amazing human being. Today marks 11 years since we lost Tim. You are missed my friend.

shinebox said...

A real good friend, and a amazing human being. Today marks 11 years since we lost Tim. You are missed my friend.

joshua said...

One of the first and few pros that came through Indianapolis when I was coming up. Really blew my mind how hard he ripped, and made it it look so easy. Always think about him on mothers day. RIP.

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C-Dubs said...

Tim was the best! I went on tour with him in 1998. AWH Distribution's "Stars and Bars" tour, it was bad ass. Raw skating and raw drinking.

I always loved how Tim would refuse to bail, he always knew how to keep the ride going.

Rip In Peace!

B said...

saw a Santa Cruz demo with him Richard kirby & chet Childress in oHio that forever changed the way I skated & or wanted to skate!