We investigate the curse of the grass
A nasty BMX for this Worst Day Ever
In this 2nd installment by skateboarder Richie Jackson, we're treated to a skateboard history video circa 1976, Skateboarding Education Lesson School featuring the non-gravity-defying Varial Heelflip, and we find out the name of Richie's abominable trick as chosen by viewers like you. Tune in for the next episode of The Amazing Richie Jackson Skateboard Show Monday, June 3.
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Which of these fails is your favorite? Tell us in the Comments.
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