thanks for all the support out there.
One of the all time greats! Still can believe the tricks he did on that bump to ledge @ La Habra High. The bump is so long and gradual it almost isn't even a bump and the ledge is chest high. Good stuff.
so good! His 4 wheel drive part is so slept on. First video I ever saw. Fakie heels are hard! Thanks for all the content. Would not mind some brain floss articles if you ever get time. adrian
Awesome - never seen this interview before, i slept for sure. damn good skater, great post again Chops.
Such a great guy!This interview is a really good read.His skating is amazing and so is his art!
Damn great interview. I dont recall reading that one back in the day. Dude has pop for days, along with that butter ass style. Thanks for posting this one!!
So...who here can recount dude's opening line in 2nd hand smoke?GO!
Prob my all time favorite. thanks.
He frontside cab'd a picnic table! That's incredible!
is there any footage of that element ad on the rocks?
Mort Walker is Jeremy Wray's great uncle!? That's even cooler than finding out that George W. Bush is related to the Queen.
@Anonymous, pretty sure that footage is in Adio's One Step Beyond.
Love the Second Hand Smoke reference in the title. Still one of my favorite parts of all time.
@skately... no shit huh. i remember seeing that spot in the mid nineties and being dumbfounded... more so than when i first saw hubba hidout even.
stoked! one of my all time favorites for sure. the la habra high ledge is seriously no joke. was amazed to see Wray footy back then, then to see T-Pud kill it too...wow.
I remember that interview. Good one. fs cab over a table! come on! fs 270 lipslide was bananas back then! I don't care how much of a kook Lutzka is, having that shit on lock is pretty amazing... and doing it to nose blunt is just ridiculous.I had a pair of his Dukes pro models. Bought them went I went to LA with my family to check out UCLA when my bro started his Ph.D.
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