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Tag Archives: Maryhill Freeride
As long as Deano keeps putting them on, we’ll show up to the Maryhill Freeride. Here’s another two minutes of hillside shenanigans set to thumping techno, brought to you by Madrid.
Watch out guys…Not only are these girls better looking then you….They also skate better :)
Maryhill Freeride Organizer, Dean Ozuna, leads the pack as 120 skater flow down the curves that Mary offers. If you missed the SHM Maryhill Freeride video from this event, be sure to check it out and the other videos.
As everyone gets better at skating, the pack riding at Maryhill Freerides keeps getting crazier. It was unbelievably hot this time around; so lots of people decided to take their chances and hit the hill raw dog–a brave move when Coop’s around.
While everyone kept it together most of the time, quite a few people went home with some road rash. Fortunately, their bad luck was caught on film and is presented here for your entertainment.
Special thanks to Lee Cation, Jaden Chavez, Frank Cote, Jacob Gellatly, and Zak Maytum for the footage.
Congratulation to Ramon Konigshausen on wining the first World Cup of 2011. While this run is from the past spring freeride, this bird’s eye view show the timeless curves of Mary. It’s easy to see why we keep coming back for more. If you missed the Spring Maryhill Freeride Video, be sure to check it out.
IGSA, Goldendale, WA, USA- “Ramon Konigshausen earned his first ever IGSA World Cup victory today at the Abec 11 Maryhill Festival of Speed. The tough final round that featured a controversial last corner crash involving Zen Shikaze and three-time World Champion Martin Siegrist. After more than 30 minutes of deliberation by the IGSA officials who viewed numerous photos and videos of the crash, it was determined that Siegrist caused the incident that sent Shikaze into the straw bales. Shikaze had been running in second place at the time.
The IGSA rule book states that it is the responsibility of the overtaking rider to avoid the lead rider. After finishing in second position, Siegrist was disqualified and placed last (6th) in the heat. Tim Del Rosario-Rojas was moved up to second and Billy Meiners to third. Graham Buksa was scored in fourth and Shikaze in fifth.”
2011 Maryhill Festival of Speed
Open Downhill Skateboarding
1. Ramon Konigshausen, Switzerland
2. Tim Del Rosario-Rojas, United States
3. Billy Meiners, United States
4. Graham Buksa, Canada
5. Zen Shikaze, Canada
6. Martin Siegrist, Switzerland
The Maryhill Freeride is what skateboarding is about. Endless skating with friends at a timeless location. It may not be the most intense hill, but when you throw 100 plus skaters down at once your heart is sure to start beating fast.
Being the stand up guy he is, King Maryhill Rat Dean Ozuna took the surplus cash from the event and put it towards helicopter flight time. It’s nice to see an event at Maryhill where the event perks grow with the rising number of skaters.
With a closed road, haybales in place, and EMTs at the ready, the Maryhill freeride allows for absolutely nutty pack riding. Ride along with 2010 Festival of Speed winner Zak Maytum as he weaves through a huge pack, passes a tandem street luge, and rallies the rest of the hill with Kyle Martin, Chip Wood, and Calvin Staub.
Take a run down Maryhill with Housemate, Matt Kienzle, as he talks you through a run during the spring 2011 freeride.
Alex C from Montana goes for the pro call-out:
“Dear Louis Pillioni,
We know you probably won’t post this because it is a little embarrassing for you and your sponsors could drop you, but its ok. We wanted to send it to you before you found it on your own and it gets like 10 trillion views. i hope you can brush up on dem skillz before race season gets into full swing.
Alex Churchill and the rest of the 406 Downhill Crew (Noah Clarke, Mike D, Zack I and some other dudes you wouldn’t know anyways because they’re also so much better than you.
ps. during the filming of this and writing of all emails, descriptions,
and tags all involved parties were completely sober…(seriously)”
The SERIOUS SKATEBOARD SEASON is here! Wipe the smiles off your face and stop having fun cause it’s time RACE TIME! Louis needs to step up his game. He’s just getting burned.