Cure

Cure: Patrick Ryan

Cure: Patrick Ryan

Ray's Pool isn't strictly subterranean: Patrick Ryan keeps his head above ground, skating every inch of this epic backyard for the CURE-ious.

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Cure: Dalton Dern

Cure: Dalton Dern

Our latest CURE takes place way out in the middle of nowhere, in the tempest-in-a-dust-storm town of Adelanto—down and dirty, and deserted. Dalton Dern Destroyed 'Delanto.

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Cure: Nolan Johnson

Cure: Nolan Johnson

Nolan Johnson excels in this environment; his inspired and often-emulated style has been shaped by a variety of terrain that some of us might disregard. A warehouse like this may be a tad too rough around the edges for our increasingly sensitive sensibilities, but, of course, Nolan feels right at home.

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Cure: Adam Hopkins

Cure: Adam Hopkins

Adam Hopkins gets some in "beautiful" Vancouver, British Columbia, where—like all true D.I.Y. skateparks—admission starts at getting broke off, and doesn't let you go without getting some shit on your griptape.

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Cure: Chris Russell

Cure: Chris Russell

Coping or no coping, Chris Russell cuts deep in Inglewood, CA, inverting with tiles sharp enough to slice a bagel. CURE is a collection of the rawest of clips on concrete, bowls, and DIY spots. When you need to see the sickest skating, Chris Russell has the CURE for what ails you.

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Cure: Brad McClain

Cure: Brad McClain

CURE is a collection of the rawest of clips on concrete. When you need to see sick skating, Brad McClain has the CURE for what ails you. Trespassing is subjective. In this edition, Brad McClain barges a questionable backyard pool, avoiding any kick-outs and getting some quick clips before busting out.

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Cure: Jake Reuter

Cure: Jake Reuter

When you find the perfect pool sometimes you just need to knock on the door and offer to clean it, and before you know it you're skating! At Sabrina's, it was a $50 toll. At that rate you best be getting all the clips you want in a single session.

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Cure: Ben Raybourn

Cure: Ben Raybourn

Kelly Belmar’s bowl was built in a time when transition skating was done mainly on wooden ramps and the existence of concrete terrain was at an all-time low. During the 90s you could find homeowner Kelly Belmar, pool vets Duane, Hosoi, Grosso, Lance, Salba, Lucero and concrete upstarts like Remy Stratton, Omar Hassan, Chris Gentry, and Peter Hewitt cutting lines all over this gem. Yes, it was the only backyard made-to-skate bowl in existence [...]

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