Pete Benda with the Sector 9 Joel Tudor Mini
So we needed to get some photos so Pete and I went out after work and got out jimmy jam on. We set up a Sector 9 Joel Tudor
Mini board with some Randal 150′s
and some Abec 11
/Sublime 62mm 100a Fernando Yuppie Powerslides
. It was actually pretty freaking amazing.
Pete Benda with a BS board slide on this lil ledge
I realized that the Sector 9 Joel Tudor
Mini Board is probably more of a park board rather than a street board, seeing as how it doesn’t have much concave… and well it isn’t a popsicle shaped deck either. It has a nice pointed nose and a crazy square-pointy tail thing. Man its crazy fun though. But regardless of shape and size we have fun on this little thing here.
This wasn't even close to a land.
I was doing this little wall ride/slappy thing to 5-0 on here and Pete got a picture of this happening at one point. There is no way I was landing this seeing as how I wasn’t trying to do this at all but it opened up my mind to some tricks I want to get now. Like a slappy 5-0 to no-comply? Or a No-comply slappy to 5-0… the possibilities are endless!
This is more like it
Slappy type tricks are just fun. I like riding on these big Abec 11
wheels cause when you drop off the wheel and onto the hanger when doing a trick you can really feel it. The best part about this little session Pete and I had was that this ledge is so small and dorky but we had such a fun time messing around on it. Thats what I love about skating… doing stupid stuff, having a good time, and not being too concerned with everything being all perfect and in formation. I have to give some of the credit to this board set up though. That Joel Tudor
deck is so sick! Sector 9
seriously did an awesome job on that one.
Pete getting a wiff of awesome
Pete FS Air
Then we found this amazing bank. It is the length of a tennis court and it is seriously phenomenal. We were skating it in pitch black though and so when the flashes went off you were basically left blinded. It was pretty sketchy but fun none the less!
Me - Alley-oop FS 180
One thing besides the board
that I was stoked on was that the wheels we were skating were actually very durable. Usually power sliding on tennis courts is a surefire way to get flat spots. I was definitely doing power slides and still no flat spots on these Abec 11
Pete Backside Air on the Joel Tudor Sector 9