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Re: goPRO video-Slingshot 6M RPM/Celeritas 5'4"

Postby dakine1 » Wed Apr 29, 2009 9:28 am

Oh ya you can... Any time CdOg..

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Re: goPRO video-Slingshot 6M RPM/Celeritas 5'4"

Postby Greg » Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:26 pm

C-Dog,
Bro- SHUSH!! :doh: you wern't supposed to say anything- :o that's Yoko's board!!! :oops: Now Ollies going to get the hell beat out of him... :hand:
LOL- L.M.G.
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Re: goPRO video-Slingshot 6M RPM/Celeritas 5'4"

Postby dakine1 » Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:39 pm

ooooooopppppppssssss.....
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Re: goPRO video-Slingshot 6M RPM/Celeritas 5'4"

Postby OliverG » Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:44 pm

CdoG wrote:Ollie was riding a SlingShot tri fin rounded pin tail surfboard
un strapped...
but i think its yokos
ed and deb have one too
looks like a nice sticks
so after i try a rpm can i demo one of the ss surfboards too?


You can try anything you want! I brought some kites for you today, but either you took the day off or hit Alameda. I hit Berkeley and had it all to myself. It was good... :P
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Re: goPRO video-Slingshot 6M RPM/Celeritas 5'4"

Postby OliverG » Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:46 pm

windhorny wrote:Ollie, what the heck was that long surfboard shaped thing you were riding yesterday? I had to rub my eyes to make sure i wasn't seeing things.

And on the subject of you and kiting. I was thinking about how you used to do those huge airs with 3+ smooth rotations. i think you were riding for Best last I saw you pull one off. You should try busting those moves again, they looked good. Now your all looped!

:)


That was a strapless SS surfboard, fun stuff, but to start riding strapless is a bit tricky. Getting up on it's no problem, just trying to figure out the best place to put my feet.

You know, it's been a while since I've busted those, not sure why really, but maybe I should bring old school back and start hitting 'em again. I'll practice in private first to make sure I can still do them... :wink:
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