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Mike Hoder clears a rail and a lengthy sidewalk before landing in the streets of Los Angeles.

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Jason Owens' snapped tables are official.

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It's ironic that these rails are red because Rob Wise murdered this spot with this hop over-to-grind-to-hop out to start out a line.

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You don't see setups like this in Prescott, AZ. Adam Baker makes the most of a unique trail obstacle with clicked x-up entry.

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Whether he's combining barspins and/or tailwhips where they shouldn't belong or just tweaking a classic turndown, Drew Bezanson rules!

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Dakota Roche spots his landing while the photographer geeks out over geometric patterns.

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Trevor Ashworth icepicks a rail with almost certain consequence at the end.

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Unique décor at a BMX house.

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Aaron Bostrom gaps-to-manual at a festive taco spot.

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If the people at Panasonic could only see this...

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Rob Wise takes the high road with this ridiculously high 180 onto the ledge.

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Simon Tabron goes for the aerial view while looking for the Goonies house in Astoria, Oregon.

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Mike Brennan, Allentown, Pennsylvania, wallride.

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After hopping onto the tall ledge on the left, Dave Thompson 180s into the near darkness of the street.

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Clint Reynolds, textbook tabes.

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Two rails, one hop--Rob Wise.

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How does so much garbage find it's way into the middle of the desert? KC Badger hopes his hat stays on for the duration for this turndown.

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Eric Hough blasts a one-footed Euro over a hip/flyout at a ditch that is so rough it might as well be covered in barnacles.

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Hoang Tran, NorCal bank blaster.