For 30 years now there has been a mythological aura around the ramp that was built, shredded and then deconstructed forever for the Powell-Peralta skateboard movie “Animal Chin”. The Bones Brigade crew thought why not rebuild it now and give people that chance of a lifetime to skate it at Woodward West.

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But first, they wanted to shred it for themselves again.

Keep in mind that Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero and Mike McGill are all 48 or older. But watching them get all giddy like teenagers again over one of the most iconic ramps in skateboarding history is a treat. And they hit the ramp hard, just like they’re those same teenagers.

The Bones Brigade recreating their iconic four-way handplant shot.

The Bones Brigade recreating their iconic four-way handplant shot.

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