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Fred Gall, Austyn Gillette, Lee Yankou, Kenny Reed...

How the hell you going to ollie to wall ride on a moving bus?

Austyn Gillette reallly knows how to ride a skateboard.

Foreign skateboard diplomacy at it's finest..Kenny Reed. 

Everything you see of Lee Yankou is just beastly. Maybe it's a Canadian thing? Sad to hear that Think Skateboards went the way of the Dodo bird. 

 Super duper honored and stoked to have a "Sklog" featured in the latest issue of the Skateboard Mag. Make sure you go pick that up! Thanks Templeton! 


  1. Hell ya! Glad you hear Templeton hooked you up. I've been a fan of this site for a while. Always quality uploads. Cheers!

  2. Thanks SP! That means a lot to me. Got a lot of stuff in the works so stay tuned.


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