I never did many advanced skateboard things when I was a kid. I mostly just messed around in driveways and sidewalks. I had a friend that built a half pipe in his back yard but I could never get ove the fear of that first drop.
I managed to drop in once, on a low quarter pipe. (more of a launch ramp) It’s hard to fight your body’s natural inclination to remain vertical.
The comic kind of reminds me of Mat Hoffman’s ridiculous air on a giant quarter pipe. The cross wind nearly killed him.
Now *that* is a half pipe! Bit beyond my youthful skilz… And far beyond them now!
Limestone canyons and valleys don’t really make good half-pipes.
i bet biff also requires a parachute when he’s being frugal on a business trip.
Extreme sports meets Landmarks week!
Also, that’s one hell of a halfpipe.
I’d rather let Spyro the Dragon handle this one.
I can go forward on a skateboard but that is the extend of my skillz.
Never was quite the skateboarder. Mostly, I’d just run up and down the ramp.
BTW, it’s over, not ove, the fear…
So did Biff ever catch that roadrunner?
Ha! THis comic’a butte!
@Julie; For that, you must die.
Don’t crash into Spaceman Spiff while he’s crashing nearby!
@Julie, how grand!
“Extreme way of doing sports” week. Wow, I would love to see the air Biff would get and the tricks! He could so do a 2520!
Extreme sport accidents?
DARK STAR!!! Honestly, this was the theme which came to mind the instant I saw the word “Drop.” Then the picture started loading, and I was not so sure, but then I got to the caption…
“Benson, Arizona… The same stars in the sky…”
…and another Dark Star-ish thing. Skateboarding is sometimes known as “sidewalk surfing.”
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