This is the one exception where we left Downtown. We drove up to the University of Utah to skate this bump to bar. Forrest got an ollie and this frontside 180 before the campus police rolled up on us and put a stop to the session. That ended the day, and we headed to Este for some pizza.
"Skateboarding downtown has a lot to offer that can't really be found elsewhere. For me it's the spontaneous nature of it that makes it so enjoyable. You never really who you are going to see, the traffic you will have to deal with, or what you are going to skate. Generally all that is really known is the starting point because downtown lends itself to be one big skate spot. Why pick a single spot to drive to, or confine yourself to the controlled environment of the skatepark, when you can fully utilize the freedom that skateboarding is intended to give you when skating downtown?" -Jovi Bathemess
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