Skate Anatomy | Jeremy Reeves

By: | Thursday, October 16, 2008 //

LEFT SIDE

Harsh Hill Bomb
City sent Dave Bachinsky and I to judge a local contest and do a demo in Oregon a few years ago. We saw some hills near our hotel and decided to charge them. I was going about 35 mph when an old man pulls out in front of me out of his driveway. I panicked, tried to put my foot down and fully tripped myself. I fell head-first and slid like 10 feet in some gravel. Harsh Hill Bomb
City sent Dave Bachinsky and I to judge a local contest and do a demo in Oregon a few years ago. We saw some hills near our hotel and decided to charge them. I was going about 35 mph when an old man pulls out in front of me out of his driveway. I panicked, tried to put my foot down and fully tripped myself. I fell head-first and slid like 10 feet in some gravel.

Fractured
I was skating a rail back in my hometown of St. Paul and I wanted to do a back Smith. The first few tries were good then, one time, I stuck on the very top fell to the ground sideways and stuck out my arm to catch my fall. It bent like a bow and fractured one of the bones. I never got a cast and hurt the same one a few months later, dumb!

Toe Jam
This was the worst one ever. I tried to back tail this ledge over a dirt gap with a head-high drop at the end. I slipped out really bad. My chest broke my fall but it sent my foot into the ground toes first like a tomahawk dislocating my big toe. I had to wear this cast I had left over from my ankle trouble so when I walked my toe wouldn

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