Throwback Tuesdays

This throwback goes back ten years to Dennis Busenitz's part from Real to Reel. This is the original edit set to AC/DC as opposed to Motörhead. I don't think people realized you could go this fast while still doing tech tricks until this part dropped. I was really psyched on his tricks on the curved ledge at Third and Army. The backside smith was so dipped I think his front wheels may of touched the ground. Flash forward to today and he's still killing the curved ledge, this time with a back noseblunt. After you watch his Real part you should head over to the Transworld site where Dennis talks about his recent back noseblunt cover on the infamous ledge.
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