My Instagram feed has been blown up with all the wild things going down at Vans Kill the Line. The official edit is without a doubt going to be off the hook. It’s still going to be a bit until we get that, but here’s an edit from the qualifiers to hold you over until then.
These calling the shots things are all the rage with the street and park kids. Finally one that’s of interest to us around here. Heath Pinter does the shot calling and Corey obliges him by flawlessly performing said called shots. Oh yeah, and then there’s the flaming golf kart of goons who predictably want to see a backflip.
Not only is Red Bull’s Quarter Master back, it’s back even bigger than it was before. Oh and did I mention that Bas will be joined by Morgan Wade, Corey Bohan, Tom Dugan, Hucker, Ruben, Roey, and more this time around. This shit is going to be nuts! I can’t wait to see what Morgan does on this thing!
Corey Bohan is now riding for The Mad Hueys. What is The Mad Hueys you may ask? I took a few minutes to poke around their site as I was definitely curious myself. It appears to be an Australian clothing line that originated from a surfing, fishing, and drinking crew. Sound like my kind of guys. I didn’t even realize that Corey wasn’t on Unit any longer. I think they only sponsor Nitro Circus riders now anyway, so good riddance.
Corey Bohan must have left one hell of an impression behind when he visited the Czech Repulic because this guy has definitely has picked up on some of his style cues. That in no way is a bad thing!
This season of Hanging Foul comes to an end with the epic party that was NORA Cup and with Corey explaining the meaning of hanging foul.
I was hoping we’d get to see Corey’s party antics in this episode but it looks like we’ll have to wait until next time. This does give a cool view of Texas Toast though, and I even got to see some of the stuff that I missed when we were off fixing up the trails.
This is quite an interesting episode of Hanging Foul. Corey does his thing at Dew Tour and talks about his take on contest these days. One of the interesting things that comes up is that an unnamed rider pulled the judges aside and questioned them about Corey and Chris Doyle’s scores. Man I really wish they had dropped that fools name in here! Anyway, it’s good to see Corey not even remotely taking the contest seriously and even attempting a Joey Garcia tribute on his last run.
This episode of Hanging Foul is a bit of a departure from past ones that have mostly revolved around contest. Corey trades in contest runs for surf breaks in Tahiti with Zak Early. While there may not be any trails in here, there is one hell of a concrete skatepark. After seeing this episode I’m adding Tahiti to my list of places I must visit!