The El Toro staircase at El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California is one of the most infamous skateboarding and BMX street spots around. The 20 stair set is steep and massive and not something to be taken lightly. Many people have been severely injured attempting it over the years, as El Toro tends to dish out more hits than it allows.

16-year-old BMX rider Justin Gautreau recently let nothing stand in his way in pursuit of one of the most epic tailwhips we’ve ever seen. And in doing so, he’s been welcomed onto the Cult Crew BMX team.

Lil Juice, as Gautreau is affectionately nicknamed, traveled all the way from Louisiana and put in work for this tailwhip. He takes a few hard hits to start off and then deals with the inevitable angry security guard and their golf cart. While we don’t condone getting into it with security guards, Gautreau simply moves her cart just enough out of the way to allow him one more try.

The behind-the-scenes clip shows a bit more from a different angle, but the original video shows the eventual make on that last try he just needed her to move for. Props to Lil Juice for having some serious determination to go about as big as you can staring right in the face of a security guard.

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