RL Osborn’s return to flatland is well documented all over social media, today when I was thinking about who I should feature. After a few searches, I came across this blast from the past that sealed the deal. RL’s final run from the AFA Masters at the Velodrome in 1987. The cross bar double boomerang at 5:14 is still dope to this day, his run starts at 2:50 later an interview with the man himself.
The Xerox Machine at 5:14…because everybody knows Joel Schallhorn would copy half of it and call it a Joel-Aid.
he called those crossbar boomers the “Xerox Machine” … gonna try to relearn his Hang 5 variation “The Cyborg” this weekend 😀
Thanks for posting. I was there and watched this live.
I also remember when El Cid invented the Backwards Rubber Ride. I learned it on a snow covered road during a Canadian winter.
Hi Fred. Was that snowy Canadian road angled up hill in both directions?…such that you learned RL’s trick in the snow uphill both ways?
Asking for a friend. LOL…
Nice to hear from you again.