Believe it or not, this was Ryan Olson's first crook on a real handrail on the ol veterans rail in downtown Fresno CA.
Chad Osburn doing a large roof gap at his Alma Mater.
Chad Osbun getting wild in this ditch, he made this long bank look like a 6ft quarter.
Just a portrait of sorts of long time friend/Fresno shredder Fernando Romero, after getting some business done on this YMCA rail.
This rail has got to be a good 3inches over bars, that was no problem for Ryan Olson here.
What sucks about this shot was that the cool sign on the building behind Randy Easly went out seconds before this shot and it is a rad bright blue. That bright blue sign would have made the shot I was going for, plus the cops came.
Every year in the fall the ditches dry up for what only seems like a few weeks, we made sure to get some good fun ditch riding done this year. From left to right: Me, Chad Osburn, Ryan Garcia and Ryan Olson with the assistance of self timer on the camera.
Mosqueda Bike park employe Andreas Wenzel getting over vert foot plant, in the cradle on the clock.
I have to say that this was a total endurance shot for both me and Ryan Olson. We were here trying to get "the shot" for what seemed like a couple hours in the intense heat, well worth the busted elbows and sun burns.
Love how in this shot Tyler Thompson is over the dwarfed cradle in the background.
Here is a 35mm shot of Chad Osburn going above and beyond, with this stupid clicked turndown. Always a treat to watch Chad shred.
Another 35mm shot of Chad getting some style points, with this moto style hip into the tombstone.
This was cool, this rail is only like an inch wide. Ryan Olson gives thanks to rails surrounding cheep used car lots getting a fast paced smith long exposure.
We travel about 15 miles every so often just to cruse this awesome bowl in Selma CA. Chad Osburn getting an awesome T-bog nice 'n' dipped.