Tim and the dose crew paid a visit to the Quintin factory in east LA where the company produces its hats and apparel. Quintin team rider Jesse Whaley served as a tour guide and was also kind enough to show how the goods performed on a dirt jump track and a secret neighborhood quarterpipe.
The World Championship Punkin Chunkin—which pits the world's most insane pumpkin launchers, catapults, and slighshots against each other in a no-holds-barred battle for long-distance supremacy—was recently cancelled for the second year in a row. If that bums you out as much as it does us, then tune in as we wish the craziest gourd-launching throwdown in the universe a quick and fruitful (pun intended) return to relevancy.
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Highlights from the Pro and Masters divisions of the annual Vans Pool Party skate contest held in the legendary Combi Bowl at the Vans Skatepark in Orange, California. Skaters include Bucky Lasek (1st), Pedro Barros (2nd), Rune Glifberg (3rd), and legends and young bucks like Christian Hosoi, Tom Schaar, Steve Caballero and Jeff Grosso.
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He's much better at dropping into massive barrels at Pipeline. In the second episode of Jamie O'Brien's show "Who is JOB 3.0" he shows what happens when surfers get bored: They build industrial strength Slip 'N Slides. O'Brien and his crew try to launch themselves all the way down the beach and into the ocean with the help of a winch. Not surprisingly, it results in some pretty hilarious slams. Of course when the surf picks up for the prestigious Pipeline Masters contest, O'Brien is on it. Pulling into huge tubes at Pipe, before falling to CJ Hobgood.