Not content with spending most of the final week of August hammering street terrain across the South Coast (check out the full tour article and edit if you have yet to do so) Daz and the Rollersnakes mob somehow managed to squeeze a full day of skatepark destruction into the schedule as well.
Consisting of two ‘Come Skate With Us’ sessions at Haslemere and Guildford, John Bell, Mark Stern, Daryl Dominguez, Manny Lopez, Ryan Price and Nick Roberts skated with local heads at both stops and racked up footage for the accompanying clip whilst CJ managed to amass the following skatepark bangers for your eyes and grey matter to enjoy…
Everybody loves an Andrecht, especially our Clev, who can chuck them out on any transition you stick him in front of with an unnatural amount of ease.
Waking up on ‘demo day’, Mark Stern wrestled with his inner fashionista demons, after much deliberation donned his recently acquired tracksuit bottoms and proudly strutted out of the hotel inadvertently dressed exactly the same as Manny Lopez.
Telling them apart at the demos was hard work to begin with, especially with eyesight that’s as pathetic as mine, but you should be able to easily spy the Stern half of the demo day twins hoisting this kickflip over the bar at Haslemere.
The Lopez half of the demo day twins truly earning his All Terrain title once again, taking the Guildford route less travelled and sending himself into a frontside nosegrind pop in on the extension.
If you’ve got eyes that work and have spent any amount of time watching UK skateboarding over the course of the last however many years, you’ll already be aware that Daryl ‘Trunky D’ Dominguez can do pretty much whatever he wants on any terrain going. So when you drop him into an outdoor concrete park like the one in Haslemere, he can throw out tweaked as hell shapes on Lein airs like the one you see here.
Then he’ll heelflip fastplant your hip.
Mark Ste…I mean Manny Lopez boardslides the whole damn thing whilst Doris F-Stop Gahan legs it after him brandishing some expensive looking documentation gear.
Nick Roberts loves a fully booted one foot ollie, so it was only right and correct that he should treat Guildford to a fine example. Sleeves rolled up and meaning business.
Demo day was really Clev’s day, as having been starved of his natural transitioned terrain for the most part of the week up until now, he had a shitload of artillery backed up in the arsenal that needed releasing. He obviously filmed the most out of everyone across the two parks, this wallride method out of the top of the damned wall being the mere tip of the Clev iceberg. Go watch the clip for proof…