Harry Main tries a 900.
Harry Main doesn't land it.
Announcer: "Harry fires off 900's in his sleep."
Aaaah, irony. Anyway, this is Harry Main's winning run (and his not winning run first) from the recent T-Mobile comp that I don't really know much/care much about. Saw this over on Ride. 27 second long Need For Speed adverts: Do one. So glad you can skip them now...
The S&M team rule. As proof, this is from a session or two near their HQ:
ESPN have a Ryan Sher comp on, but you've got to sign up and register with them to even be considered for the prize and you don't really want to have to do that, so for your own protection, I'm not linking you to it - simply telling you about it.
http://www.Footjams.com/Correctionhops Literally all I can really remember about this video. It's park though, so I'm not really the best judge of it. I'm sure some people will be keen.
Flatbank pyramid setups are way more fun that they theoretically should be. In related news, warehouse setups rule. Here's Mike Taylor and friends getting involved:
Lastly, this is an amazing video. Again, the spectre of the concept of 'online premieres' rears it's ugly head, but that's something I don't really have the time or energy to really write about now. Click here anyway, it's really, really worth it.
Then come back here, dammit.