Wes We Can! Campaign Rally Photos
The “Wes We Can” rally and death race went down this weekend at Shokus Skatepark in Ocean Beach. A heavy crew showed up to skate with Wes Kremer and support his new DC shoe. When all the dust settled Jerry Gurney came out ahead and took everybody out in the race. Thanks to DC, Pacific Drive and Hodads for feeding everyone who showed up. Words and photos by Rhino
Wes We Can!
The man of the hour Wes double grabs over the hip. Photo: Mike Blabac
Chris Cope and John Gardner enjoying the day
Josef needed a wrist guard to hold that massive blunt
Taylor Kirby Indy air over the hip
Duffy and Blender
Hodads burgers are on point!
Mikey Morris pokes one before going to truck bash
Cyril Jackson found the gap and catches a tre flip
CJ, back three
T Funk, Gregson and Omar
Jerry Gurney invert over the hip
Jerry Gurney, backside boneless to noseblunt
Lefty, casper stall
Maliki standing tall on an invert
Lord Pillage down but not out
Peter Hewitt holds up the death race rolling tray map
Here we go!
The ladies division came in hot holding cold ones
Mason Merlino crash and burn
Jerry Gurney on his way to first place #fuckwiththejuice
Epic day, Wes Kremer with the hemies
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