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Bonus: John Stephens huge 3 trick line in the Bronx
Getting out to the Bronx is no easy task but when ever John Stephens says he has a stunt in mind, We try our best to make it out there and get some coverage.
With Ramelle Knight and Ralphy Herrera with him i couldnt have asked for a better team. They gave John the support he needed in order to pull 3 crazy stunts into one line.
Anyone who has been to the Bronx knows about the steep stair cases out there. John showed no fear and rode down the stairs like he was on a ski slope. We mange to put a mini edit of the line, But keep tuned to issue 7 for full picture coverage of the day.
First and Foremost Rest In Peace to John’s Dad, “Hollywood”, who passed recently…
*Issue 5 is out now featuring Kelly Matthews, Joe Dedentro, Rawlingson Rivera, Ray Mendez, Ron Hunter & Jose Disla.
up: John Stephens / DipSkate in Trace Magazine, Issue 78.
Dipskate’s John Stephens, born & raised in The Bronx, repping b unique clothing, Flat Line Sk8 Shop.
Filmed between 2007 and 2008 in the Bronx and Manhattan. Shot with the Sony PD-170, Canon GL2, XL2, and XHA1.
up: DipSkate in Swet Magazine.