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Tag Archives: Billy Meiners
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Angie’s Curves – 2013 IDF World Cup – Schedule of Events, Spectator Information, and Volunteer Signup
Landyachtz rider Billy “Bones” Meiners shares his setup in the first installment of Venom Setup Saturdays. Check back every week to see what your favorite skaters are riding.
The best of 2011 is done with Part 2 of the 2011 Compilation. If you missed Part 1, be sure to check it out. 2012 is already in the works.
It’s long overdue but here is Part 1 of the Best of 2011. We promise you wouldn’t have to wait as long for 2012 to come out.
Plenty of action awaits in the Midwest. Narrow downhill runs, a little rain, an accidental fire, water slides, beautifully sung karaoke, and some of the biggest crews we’ve seen on the road. A great way to wrap up an excellent trip.
Billy ‘Bones’ Meiners keeping it fun.
Housemate Matt K holding it down for the SHM crew.
1. Nathan Ryan
3. Aaron Hampshire
4. Billy Meiners (Landyachtz)
Mischo Erbahn has one of the best skate-faces in the business and the good sense to rock a clear visor.
Maryhill in all its curvaceous glory. Click through for a much larger version.
Andrew Chapman always has an awesome skate-face.
Chip Wood prefers to hide behind two layers of tinting.
Biker Sherlock showed up and raced. That black on black suit is mighty stylish, if I may say so myself.
The Festival of Speed took a page out of the Freeride rulebook and let this giant pack of dudes get a run. I see Dustin Hampton, Nick Ronzani, Sinjin Davis, Kyle Chin, #MaximGarantRousseau, Will Royce, and a couple dudes I don’t recognize.
Laguna grom Ethan Vinograd winning the Junior Is. They had to run the finals twice and lil’ homie took it home both times, like a boss.
#MGR, Spencer Smith, and some other dudes enjoying a practice run.
Dalua winning his semifinal. Alex Tongue, Billy Meiners, Dillon Stephens, and Nicolas Desmarais bring up the rear.
Repechage was pretty heavy this year. This is Brian Bishop beating Max Capps and Nick Ronzani.
This ginger kid got “No Soul” on the back of his leathers. Killing it.
Alicia Fillback bought Skatie Katie’s old leathers, showed up at Maryhill and won the first race she ever entered. We’re stoked on Alicia.
See y’all next summer.
Canadian Jeff “Beer man of a million tries” Spicoli Randomsky pinning it through the chicane, about to drop into the fastest stretch. Adam Auger spots.
Let’s all pour a little out for the fast hill, where the legendarily smooth pavement was tampered with last week. We’re not sure if it was a full-on chipsealing or simply a seal coat on the space pavement, but it’ll never be the same. Those who had the chance to skate it know how sick it was.
Just for the record: Jim Weatherwax was skating it from halfway back in the 90s. JP Kaloi, Dubes, and Josh Weisfeld were the first dudes to bomb it from the top, and Dubes is probably the first dude to do 70mph on a skateboard. Dubes, K-Rimes, and Zak Maytum were draft-training when they crashed at 70mph in 2008 and Billy Bones Meiners crashed going over 75 when he hit a pebble in August 2011. More recently, Colorado legend Kevin “Coop” Cooper took himself out at around 70. Patrick Rizzo bombed it on a street deck, then went switch on a downhill board. DT and Dave Angelus skated it naked in the dark a couple years ago and Mischo set his first IGSA world speed record there. Those who know, know that skating that hill was better than drugs.
Ian Joe Dutch put together this ode to the Portland, Oregon shred scene. It’s nothing but good vibes and raw shredding.