I’m back after a few days off, giving the Dub podcast at the top of the site. Let’s kick our sunday posts off with a name I haven’t heard anything about since his bio in Go Magazine back in the day. Steve Goates is this week’s OSS and his 17 plus expert run from 1988 AFA Masters in Carson, California. Dialled!
I’ve wanted to see this run from Ryuji Hora for years, Danny Sirkin came up trumps with Ryuji’s amazing run from the 1988 AFA Masters in carson, California. The energy and style he had was amazing for the time, respect! Thanks a lot to Danny for uploading this!
There is still a shed load of old school footage out there, and I am still going through Danny Sirkin’s channel and finding awesome footage that is perfect for Old School Sundays. This week we have Craig Le Page’s run from 88 AFA Masters, enjoy this one!
This weeks OSS goes to one of my childhood heroes, Danny Meng. Check out his run from the 1988 AFA Masters in Columbus, Ohio. Not only the killer riding to pay attention to, but also the amount of riders in the back warming up for their runs, insane! Good vibes!
Last weeks OSS got you all talking and that’s not a bad thing. This week Danny Sirkin got in contact with a rad archive of footage. And the first footage I came across was Ross Smith’s run from the 1989 War of Stars contest in Rochester. Timeless style, and that spinning steam at the end I believe he called it a blender back then! Go watch this, old school or mid, who cares it’s so rad!
It feels like a few weeks since I dropped an Old School Sundays video, and today’s OSS is dedicated to Aaron Dull out of San Francisco, California who helped develop a lot of scuffing tricks in the late 80’s. You can watch his run from the 1988 AFA Masters, Round 5, Wayne, NJ right here…
It feels like a while since I have done a Old School Sundays. Just a couple of days ago, Martti Kuoppa posted a rad clip from 101 Trix Part 2 on the MOC instagram page. Check out Chris Day’s run from the AFA Master Round 5 1987 at the William Patterson College in Wayne, NJ. Chris’ riding was inspirational during the late 80’s, respect!
This week we go back to 1988, and this flawless run from one of my favourite riders growing up. Carly Garcia, doing it for O-zone out of Nor Cal. What an amazing run for the time, nowadays Carly is producing fine art paintings in the Bay area. This is well worth a watch, if you missed it the last time I posted it.
After a few weeks off Old School Sundays it feels like time to get back to some old school flatland and it’s always interesting to see where we all came from and how we have moved on. This week we go back to Bercy 1984 and a big show from RL Osborn and Eddie Fiola, always amazing crowds in Bercy. Old school heads will enjoy this one!