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In case you haven’t seen it yet, Kaycee and I did a little moto trip up to near the ID border to hit some full pipes and a steel lay down yard.  We made an edit and got some pretty great picks of the trip.  Here are the ones that weren’t used on ONE and here is the LINK to the actual article.  – Beastmaster

After Work Sessions: Rose Park

Andy – Stale Zero Spin Air

Days at the office get long…fortunately the actual days are longer which means there’s a good amount of time for after work sessions to get started back up again.  Not much beats wrapping up the day with a nice chill park session while enjoying the sunset.

Billy – Top Mistrial

Contest: AIL Championships

As I was scrolling through the pics on Be-mag from the AIL contest that took place this past weekend, I found this steezed out lu-kang 360 (I’m guessing) of UT’s own and WAO co-owner Zach Nelson.  Not sure how everyone did but I am sure our scene repped pretty hard.  – Beastmaster

Back Home: Billy Anderson

I apologize for the lack of updates lately.  Jana and I have been on a trip to visit both of our families in MN (mine) and NYC (hers) with a pit stop in the Blackhills (SD).  While back home in Austin we lucked out and had some beautiful weather during which I was able to get a blade session in at the skatepark I was a part of fundraising for, presented renders and plans to the city and then was put in charge of designing and managing the construction of when I was 16.  Due to the lack of participation of the skateboard community in my home town, this park is very much designed for rollerbladers (within the restraints of MN parks insurance requirements) with most ledges being coped and made to a fun height with a couple real handrails incorporated into the design.  It was a a blast to skate back then and is a blast to skate now so I am always juiced to blade it every couple years when I get a chance to get back home.  So if you just happen to be passing through the small town of Austin, MN be sure to stop by the skatepark to enjoy the fresh smell of SPAM and a good time. – Beastmaster