How To Build a Mini Ramp With BIlly Rohan

By: | Thursday, November 19, 2009 //

If you’ve got a bunch of pro-skateboarder friends and you’re splurging on a giant birthday party for yourself, it goes without saying that you’re going to need a half-pipe. That’s why Billy Rohan, a NYC skateboarder and Friend-of-VBS, came by VICE’s 15th anniversary party two days early bearing lumber, power tools, and an entourage of eager skater guys and girls. From there it was a hurried flurry of plywood shavings and bandsaw screechings as Billy walked us step-by-step through the building of a mini ramp that can service a couple thousand partygoers. Think of this little how-to number as the This Old Ramp edition of Epicly Later’d.

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  • Bhanu

    why do i get the feeling the snob is on the west coast these days?the time smapts just don’t jibei have a feeling that the NYC part of our favorite blog is a model or a hip street in Pasadena “filling in” for NYC.i love david byrne – been a big fan for years and years. that he rides around nyc onhis bike from art event to music event etc. is super cool.get better soon, david!