To pull off one “1620” (full 360 degree rotation, 4 times, and than one half rotation) is an incredible feat all by itself. In fact, I think this trick is so far fetched, that it wasn't even possible in N64's Tony Hawk Pro Skater 15 year's ago - a game in which EVERYTHING was possible. However, here we are, 15 years later and this Japanese dude, Yuki Kadono, decided to do it twice, back to back, and it’s absolutely nuts.
A few friends of the Cartel recently took an adventurous trip up to New Hampshire to scale the 4698 feet of rock known as Mount Bond. In an effort to ensure their health and well-being along the journey (along with shameless advertising plugs) we packed their satchels full with a few pounds of Victorious B.I.G. and Che-Potle Guevara. Aside from a minor graze wound...
There's not much you can say about this, you just need to watch. Danny Macaskill is just the purest form of badass one could possibly fathom. He really sets the tone early by stepping, fully shoed, into the ice cold waters of northern Scotland without batting an eyelid. How this is even possible, we may never know. But one thing is for certain, this guy must have a shitload of RF packed in his trou.
In other news, a few of the righteous boys will be hopping in a brokedown pickup/airbus A330 to head westward into the great unknown...and jerkin' everything in their path. We'll be making sure all the Phish heads in Denver have an adequate supply of jerky gooballs before heading north to Yellowstone, hanging a left over to San Fran, working our down to Firestone Walker in Paso Robles, Jerkin' the stars in LA,