Tagged: Vert Ramp

covers – thrasher, may 2018

Photo: Thrasher Cover – May 2018
Jon Coulthard

Skater: Jason Jessee
Trick: Dog Pisser to Fakie

Footage: Converse, “Purple” (2018)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com Shop – May 2018

trickReport.com – covers: Thrasher, May 2018

covers – transworld, august 2001

covers – thrasher, november 1998

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@thrashermag cover – november 1998 photo: @morfordmedia . footage: @dlxsf, “gnarcotica: the deluxe great lakes tour” (1998) filmer: ? . skater: @jalopi_skate_co . trick: indy nosebone . spot: bladers ramp park city, utah united states . . additional notes: … @jalopi_skate_co talks about the impromptu session on a soggy vert ramp. . from @thrashermag, “classics: cardiel cover” (2009) … @antihero_wakebladez on the indy nosebone. . footage from @jalopi_skates / @vans, “loveletters season 8: all hail cardiel – part 2” (2017) text from @sidewalkmag interview (2016) … . trickreport.com/covers . . . #thrasher #johncardiel #gabemorford #dlx #gnarcotica #indy #bladersramp #parkcity #skateboarding #skatehistory #trickreport #photovsfootage

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Photo: Thrasher Cover – November 1998
Gabe Morford

Skater: John Cardiel
Trick: Indy Nosebone
Spot: Bladers Ramp
Park City, Utah
United States

Footage: Deluxe, “Gnarcotica: The Deluxe Great Lakes Tour” (1998)

Additional Notes:
ThrasherMagazine.com – November 1998
ThrasherMagazine.com – Classics: Cardiel Cover
Trick mentioned in Vans, Loveletters Season 8: All Hail Cardiel – Part 2 (2017)

Tony Trujillo Interview With Sidewalk Magazine:
What’s the best spur-of-the-moment Cardiel trick you witnessed during those early years?

The one that comes to mind is that Thrasher cover he had doing an indy nosebone over the oilcans on the wet vert ramp, with a jump ramp to bank or whatever. He stacked up the cans and rolled in on like a vert ramp but half of the width of it was just roll in. It was like a BMX roll in, and he did it when it was soaking wet and just blasted this indy nosebone and with like sixty millimetre soft wheels. It was nuts. You couldn’t even ride across it without slipping and he’s rolling in, that was gnarly.”

trickReport.com – covers: Thrasher, November 1998