Eniz-Fazliov-blunt-fakie

"The monument looks like a giant pair of tits from one side, and has a skechy transition on the other side. Peter Molec did two Bondo missions at dawn to make it skateable and we had to use the roof of the van as an extension for the run up. It sucked to skate, but it was so magical to get something done out there in no man’s land."

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Sylvain-Tognelli-frontside-wallride

"The danger when skating in the mountains is not the same as in the city. Falling into a frozen lake, drowning in a river or simply falling off a hundred meters are ways of dying you usually don’t conceive on your skateboard, so our whole crew of scatter-brained athletes had to be particularly cautious during this trip. The challenge for the frontside wallride was to get as close to the void as possible, giving cold sweats to Bertrand and Joël. The scariest moments for me were the sessions in riverbeds next to dams. I was expecting a huge wave to come over us at any time."

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Gosha_Konyshev_pivot_fakie_Kyrgyzstan_SHRP_CMYK

"One of our favorite things about Kyrgyzstan was the design of road barriers. Kyrgyz barriers had nice transition and were the perfect height for skateboarding. They put them along the highways, so you can easily find one with a really epic background. In my book Kyrgyzstan had the most beautiful scenery of the trip. This background on this photo speaks pretty much for itself: the lake, the mountains and the snow on the peaks…"

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fsollietransfer

No idea where this one is or how he managed to fly out of that steep mosaic tranny like that but it definitely made one hell of a photo.

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Jonathan-Thijs-frontside-flip

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