Skate: Dew Tour Street Style Highlights

By - Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

This past weekend’s Dew Tour Street Style competition had one of the gnarliest courses in skate competition history, hands down. If you’ve ever seen what it’s like skating down San Francisco hills, it’s already hard to just keep control going down that fast. All the Dew Tour’s competitors had to handle that and more because their obstacles were built on a hill. The skaters had ramps, gaps, stairs, scaffolding, and construction beams to use at their own risk; if that wasn’t enough, the ground was already ridged in a weird way. Ryan Sheckler took first place, which I credit to the massive indy 360 he does off the launch ramp and onto the scaffolding. If you want a detailed overview of the course, check out David Gonzalez’s intro on the next page. {pagebreak}

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