Is it considered a down-flat-down rail if Ethan Deiss only ever hits the last down? Technically he uses the first down part once, but not in your typical way.

Making tech gap-to-rail tricks look easy, the recent Burton Qualifiers figurehead made a stop at the local watering hole to stretch his legs for the latest video of the the Ghoul Series. 1817 Park at Buck Hill and the state of Minnesota hasn’t seen this much required airtime since the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome roof was built in Minneapolis (Google it! The roof needs a certain amount of air pressure inside the building at all times to remain intact up above!).

Enjoy the ghoul, and remember to get seconds. These videos won’t be running out anytime soon!

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