This is a Country Clubbin’ exclusive offer, saving you $5 per person to digitally experience the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Giant Dipper. This roller coaster was constructed in 1924 and has been featured in a number of hit movies, including The Lost Boys and Dangerous Minds. You must be over 50″ tall to view, and preferably not a barney. Tourist season is out, but the edits keep washing up to shore. Featuring many familiar faces from Santa Cruz and a handful of tourists, Where’s the Beach, Bro? Volume 2 will surely be a memorable experience upon your visit to the Country Clubbin’ Blogspot.
September 26, 2011
July 15, 2011
The first video’s of Silent Mike doing a hop whip and a hop bar-catch-bar in the Roosevelt parking lot, followed up by about thirty seconds of Dusty and Gustavo fucking around. Seaborne didn’t explain it, but I’m guessing that this is a promo for an upcoming web edit of Mike? The second’s of the LMB jam out at Schwinn City (riding starts about a minute in).
April 19, 2011
There’s a lot of cool shit in here, but the title is what matters most. Now where the hell are Jason and Sophia?
April 5, 2011
Papier-mâché volcanoes, models of California’s historic Missions, and papers on “how I spent my summer vacation.”
February 5, 2011
January 17, 2011
I’ve not sure who made this or who the others riders are, but the one and only Silent Mike is in here, and that’s what’s good.
December 19, 2010
Dave hates everything and everyone, except for the people and places in this ‘07 video and its ‘08 follow-up. You know what I hate? When somebody posts a complete video in two sections on two separate Vimeo accounts…
October 17, 2009
Here’s the leftover SD footy off my old camera from the past year-and-a-half, including some footage from Tea Cups, leftovers from the Cobbs edit, park clips that didn’t get used in Caveman’s video, and some shots of Carp and Kurt that Jarrod Allen had on a disc he gave me awhile back.