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Cover - Sidewalk issue 1. Sept/October 1995 £1.95 (Throwback Thursday)
Tom Penny shows that it’s officially okay to grab again with a kickfliplein over Mount Radlands. Photo: The Notorious Wig Worland
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The Fabric contents page.
Ben ‘legs’ Bodilly hoists one over a Cornish bin - another Wig classic. Also featuring a screen grab sequence of Tom Penny doing a blindside flip to fakie over the Radlands big hip, complete with VHS timestamp. Old school…

Photo: Wig Worland

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Caption – “Not one to follow fashion, Ewan lets his fleshy tongue hang out, rather than his Vans"
Photo: Wig Worland.
You can also see a 4-frame sequence of Harry Bastard –
Caption – “Holy Harry! The Northern electro rocking fruit god clears the lot with a bionic ollie".
Photos: Hairspray Heaven.
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Note the Schuh and Sole Trader logos!
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Who’s that under the table?
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With a banging Carl Shipman tuck knee photo over the same hip as the cover.
Photo: Wig Worland.
Also features a Guy Mariano switch backside 5.0 (labelled switch backside tailslide) curiously wearing adidas, despite his Converse advert in the same issue.
Photo: Wig Worland.
Also featuring Mr. Geoff Rowley boosting a flip fakie on the famous Radlands Roll in.
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Caption: “Skate artist Keenan Milton paints a switch k-grind onto the freestanding bar".
Photo: Horse
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Caption: “The side barrier of the vert ramp had to be removed in order to let Cardiel kill himself."
Photo: Wig Worland.
Check Phelps holding onto his pole in the background. Also Jason Lee in full comp mode!
Caption: “Jason Lee’s style is like no other. Frontside beard slide."
Photo: Horse.
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Panic Skateboards (pre cursor to the mighty Blueprint) ran a Rob Selley advert still and sequence of a switch k-grind in the, at-that-point, fairly untouched Milton Keynes.
Photo: Alvin Singfield. (Check that Droors Clothing shirt!)
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Wearing the Vans Salman Agah shoe, (which you either loved or hated).

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An article about exploiting your environment written by Chris Pulman featuring Harry Bastard ollieing over a fully grown roundabout, that ended up being used as the cover of Iain Borden’s seminal book ‘Skateboarding, Space and the City: Architecture and the Body (2001).
Caption: “Harry had been eyeing up this monster for weeks, then one fresh night in Cowley, Oxford, his hunger was satisfied."
Photo: Horse.
The same piece also featured Ricky Oyola pole jamming at a very clean looking Southbank.
Caption: “If you hit something fast enough, it’s not gonna move."
Photo: Horse.