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At 8:19 on December 29, 2010,
Premium Member
glad to see someone else who can enjoy a good bit of dirt
At 17:46 on August 3, 2010, Douglas Mizzi said…
Hi brad pls send me your email, cheers doug
At 17:59 on August 2, 2010, Ashley Armitage said…
Hey brad. Nice too meet you up noosa. Cheers for coming up! Dad was after your bank account details and that for the streetluge. Cheers ash
At 18:14 on June 26, 2010, Ashley Armitage said…
Could you maybe get a few shots or something of them? He is really keen haha. Nagging me about getting on asra and finding him one. Cheers
At 1:30 on May 23, 2010, Ashley Armitage said…
Umm. He is around my height, so 173ish Cm and 99kgs he says. He was after something alloy. Good to start off with. Cheers
At 17:26 on April 6, 2010,
Premium Member
Hey brad, how did you get your leathers?
At 10:35 on February 26, 2010,
Premium Member
yewww!sounds good,..ha youll be the one we cant keep up with,super low undraftable on a skateboard low!and those expierienced lines of yours,...ill be stoked following...pretty sure im goin,u campin at riffs?
At 14:38 on February 25, 2010,
Premium Member
are you goin to snowys?if you are i might go to,been hangin to ride with you bro,!
At 14:22 on February 7, 2010, Sue Wickenden said…
I'm finding bruises too, by tomorrow I will be lots of pretty colours. Don't mind when they are from so much fun. I'm gonna go to RiffRaff's on the 30th. :)
At 0:23 on December 15, 2009, Damo said…
No worries mate,see ya in five ! Haha Damo
At 16:06 on November 19, 2009, Andy Lally said…
Hi Brad, Im coming but Im having big trouble registering on the site. Ive done it four times and it keep telling me to refresh the page but sends no confirmation.
At 16:12 on October 20, 2009,
Premium Member
Hi Brad,
Nice run at the Pump Station, no crashes i hope!
I'm putting a GS type set up together, and after some advice.
My TS (Ramon Airflow deck) has,
my modded 106mm RTX and 106mmRTS.
Hybrid Axe has my modded 106mm RTX and Airflow 126mm.
Im faster on the Axe on all courses but i can do u turns
round it on my Ramon.
I figure its the height to fatness/ratio i suffer from that makes
me quicker on a bigger setup.
So for the GS, Axe Maximus deck,
i've tried 180 R-II "seemed" to wide,
128mm Fury's "seem" too narrow.
So i'm thinkin a modded Ace 44 or 33 for the front and
maybe a R-II 150mm fairly dewedged for the rear.
I know u and Fitz run a chopshop R-II, whats the size?
Do you or Fitz have a pic?
any suggestions welcome,
Thanks Wayne.
or pm me.
At 21:20 on September 23, 2009,
ASRA Admin
Scotty Taylor
Cheers for the comment Brad, it was awesome racing against you and the other seasoned coneheads, watching carefully for anything I might pick up :D
At 13:10 on August 19, 2009, Tyson Oner said…
I skate at the local parks, and the hill that i have attempted are in cameron park, i havent really done much with hill but would love to try
At 21:17 on August 9, 2009,
Premium Member
Jack meyn
hey brad,
thanks heaps for lettingme roll around on your boards today.
that omni drop was sweeeeeet.
see you around
At 22:36 on July 29, 2009, Elliot O said…
hey man
which end of ur slalom board is the front?
i genuinely have no idea at wedges and risers
At 22:20 on July 20, 2009, rachel henderson said…
I only have 2 weeks and i cant find you on facebook!
At 23:03 on July 18, 2009, Cooper Kruize said…
hey brad wat does NS stand for..
At 13:26 on June 25, 2009, Elliot O said…
yeah thanks
if there are any events on the Sunshine Coast soon, please let me know
At 18:14 on June 22, 2009, Elliot O said…
sorry man but why is wedging good for slalom?
yeah sorry im kind of new to slalom


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