For many Portland area riders in the early 2000s, Blueprint was their “break out” video, so to speak. And that goes for Rich Hirsch as well. Rich’s well-rounded riding style included all latest moves on ramps—including over icepicks and fufanus on sub-rails—as well as backward rails on street. And it all looked fluid and easy—classic Rich style. Here’s your chance to see the man behind Lotek, Stranger, and more, shredding ahead of the curve over 15 years ago…