Skating the Maryhill Loops has been a dream for me since the first day I started skating. It is just one of those classic roads you have to skate!
I was expecting a weekend full of American culture shock, meeting new people and fast grip runs, but men, I got treated just right by her.
This trip gave me a chance to see the DB Longboards shop in person.
Watching landscapes change as we were driving to Maryhill resulted in a not so boring car ride.
Making it rain with American, European and Canadian bills.
The landscape around the track is beautiful, the event and organisation were great and the experience was totally worth it!
Watching the landscape change to a more desert like while getting closer to the Maryhill loops got me stoked to skate the road of my dreams.
The view on the track was literally breathtaking.
Skating Maryhill was a lot of fun, but skating it with some extra tailwind made it even better. I improved my skating and photography skills and met new lifelong friends. I really hope to go back there one day.
Pack runs and tail wind is all it takes to make a skater happy. Photo by Max Caboose Rondeau.
I took some time off from skating to play around with my camera.
Hanging by the inside line trying to catch the skaters going by.
Jonny Lachapelle snapped this awesome pic of me.
Emilly Pross in pure DH made.
Tyler Topping my photographer in crime at Maryhill.
Team teal with Riley Harris on the starting line.
Brandon Lesh captured a shot of me enjoying one of the many pack runs.