[2005] Slalom St. Louis 2005

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Post by Tod Oles » Sat May 14, 2005 3:49 pm

I think you got me mixed up with Lemonboy...

Lemonboy, Now that guy was FAST.....
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BLR RULES JPL G. BUSH REPUBLICIANS AND RADIKALS ALL RULE

Post by Jeff Mccullar » Sun May 15, 2005 7:32 am

i don't know if you guys know but
IT IS ON its is so so so ON that
i heard hackett is coming beacuse he
heard it was on get your boards ready
dail it in IF you need any advice i heard goad
is puting on a clinic on dialing in your radikals
and mecree is putting up 200.00 dollars for anyone
who beats anyone without a front radikal so
bring it bring it on yea man BLR RULES
AND ONCE AGIAN IT IS ON!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Mike Cividino » Fri May 20, 2005 6:04 am

If I come down does anyone have a 6 by 2 foot space for me to lie down on for a couple nights? I might fly in on the friday.

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Post by Jeff Goad » Fri May 20, 2005 1:17 pm

mike, we got you. just come on down.
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Dialing it in FAGGOTS

Post by Chris Wireman » Fri May 20, 2005 2:48 pm

I'VE BEEN DIALING IT IN!
since JoJa...
riding slolam not once
it's ooooooooooooooon
PASS THE ChEeToS!
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Post by Frank Henn » Fri May 20, 2005 3:03 pm

I was going to dial it in but, I lost the number

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Post by Christopher Bara » Sun May 22, 2005 8:07 pm

Will there be schwag to give away in St Louie?

(not asking because i want something, asking because if there is, i'll bring something)

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shwag

Post by Jeff Mccullar » Mon May 23, 2005 1:46 am

BERA we need skate stuff not brown dirty weed

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Post by Christopher Bara » Mon May 23, 2005 1:51 am

heh heh....even weed doesnt grow in Detroit Dirt.........i'll bring something though

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No way

Post by Claude Regnier » Mon May 23, 2005 2:51 am

It's a for sure. No go for this Canuck. Sorry, I have to get a house emptied out before the end of the month among other arrangements that have to be done.

Civ, I hope you and Rob make it down soory we can't pick you both up on the way.

Enjoy all, maybe next time.
Many Happy Pumps!

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Post by Tod Oles » Mon May 23, 2005 6:11 am

Chris,

When are you guys gettin down there??

My daughter is going to graduate!!!!..(insert huge sigh of relief)....so I'm there for Saturdays GS only... Hope to see you all there Sat....
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Post by Chris Favero » Mon May 23, 2005 6:27 am

yo,i am rolling with the whole family to st lou,so,only stories about the good cfav,notb the bad,diry,drunk cfav.and no one pass me a joint.cf
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Post by Dave Gale » Mon May 23, 2005 7:55 am

Favero...Does a shotgun count? And ohhhhh.I got stories that'll sober even a southsider up!!
ENJOY!! (while you can)

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Post by Frank Henn » Mon May 23, 2005 3:20 pm

Dave Gale wrote:Favero...Does a shotgun count? And ohhhhh.I got stories that'll sober even a southsider up!!
I'm sure its cool it if looks like daddys kissing on sweaty smokey menImage

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Clang clang clang went the trolley . . .

Post by Wesley Tucker » Tue May 24, 2005 6:11 pm

I'm there. Sign me up. Save me a plate.

Harms, would you be so kind to e-mail your phone number to wtucker567@aol.com? Also, a good time to call between now and Thursday night.

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Post by Christopher Bara » Tue May 24, 2005 6:53 pm

Hey Lemmy, not sure which Chris you were asking, but Fadell and i should be rolling into town about 1:30 or 2:30 Central Time, depending on how much traffic we hit in Indy.

Greg wont know for sure if he can make the trip until Friday morning

That being said, if he cant make it, i'd hate to get a room for just my lonesome, so if i arrive solo, can anybody put me up for a coupla nights?....i'll bring a sleeping bag...

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Post by Frank Henn » Tue May 24, 2005 8:13 pm

so how about some one give me an idea of what to do when we get there. I think we are leaving friday afternoon and trying to hit jonesboro. So might be really early sat morning.

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Tower Grove Park addy

Post by Paul Graf » Wed May 25, 2005 1:20 am

Frank Henn wrote:so how about some one give me an idea of what to do when we get there. I think we are leaving friday afternoon and trying to hit jonesboro. So might be really early sat morning.
Frank,

Here is the address for Tower Grove Park

Tower Grove Park | 4256 Magnolia Avenue | St. Louis, MO 63110 | 314-771-2679

you can use mapquest.com to get the directions

Here is the parks website too:

http://stlouis.missouri.org/parks/tower-grove/

paul

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Post by Paul Graf » Wed May 25, 2005 1:48 am

doh.. i wish i would read posts before I try to reply.. i thought you were asking how to get to tower grove?

You could alway just hang out at the park. or go see the Arch (10-15 minutes away), the Zoo & science center is 10 mins away, both free.

paul

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Post by Chris Favero » Wed May 25, 2005 3:01 am

we are so there and so amped.cant wait to see you all. i wish we all lived in the same town,man we would keep the police busy.btw,sidlo and i had recieved recieved tickets by the cpd a month ago,we told the cops they were wrong,we had court yesterday,guess what,they were we walk,the prosecutor was bummed,sidlo and i were high fiving out the door.cf
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Post by Dave Gale » Wed May 25, 2005 4:05 am

Chris F

I talked w/ Sidlo this a.m ..You doods rocked the Chi-Town P.D fer chur!! Can't wait to see ya'
Enjoy
ENJOY!! (while you can)

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chris B staying at the chaiNSAW estate!!!!!!!!!!!!

Post by Jeff Mccullar » Wed May 25, 2005 5:40 am

sTl. is going to be a blast course's will
be fun for a change people will be able to
charge it real hard good surface pleanty of push
for your buck! Chris i might have some floor space
for sat night if you need it i do still live with my mom and
dad but there daggers too we will see whats up if you bring
me something oval shaped thats white and has a V ON IT
AND will take all the pain away ill give up my bed!!!
see ya soon bra

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Post by Jeff Goad » Thu May 26, 2005 1:36 am

Slalom St. Louis 2005 Itinerary/ schedule…

Friday May 27 2005: For anyone coming in Friday I have nothing planned for you. I can suggest going to get eats- movie library or the Rib America traveling cook off, (Morris day and the time will be playing on the main stage – don’t wanna miss that one.) is downtown this weekend. Whatever you do, (unless you are in jail) don’t call me until after five o’clock on Friday!

Saturday: may 28, 2005 if you couldn’t figure that one out: I like to sleep late on Saturdays and my wife likes to sleep even later. I will be at the hill sometime around noonish. So anyone coming in early Saturday go visit the arch the bowling hall of fame or the dog museum. Or if you are looking to avoid some cops I hear wet Willys is a bust. Only the hardcore need apply. See the rest of you sometime around noonish. We will be doing the outlaw thing until dark; we get kicked out or decide to start the barbeque. Oh yeah about the bbq how many of you are there and what do you like on the grill? We always try to do a little something special for you all so if there are any reasonable requests let us know.

Outlaw course- looong push start single lane somewhere around 25 cones spaced waaaay out. This course will be doable on a looong board. We plan on having some longboarders her hopefully we will see them on the course as well. SO now let me warn you bring your BIG wheels. Fastest time wins. Jam format one cone DQ.

Sunday may – come on now: course practice starts at 10 so drink up at the barbeque. Racing to follow at 11 am or soon there after. Bracket racing will decide the winners. The course will be dual lane push start 50ish cones. Water provided on the hill with option to order food from local delivery (pizza).

Entry fee $20 dollars for both days. Cash purse+ assorted schwigity schwag

Sponsored by
ST.LOUIS DAGGERS
Pocket Pistols
radikal
Bahne
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If you’re not having fun call Jonathan Harms 314.497.4366
Or in dire emergency you can call me at 314.568.6711

Oh yeah by the way this is not a PRIME level slalom event. It’s grassroots level event.
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Post by Christopher Bara » Thu May 26, 2005 4:07 am

Thanks Chainsaw.........i wont know until Friday afternoon, but i'll post up if i need a place to crash.....moms and pops arent a problem with me if they dont mind.......and yep....i'll bring a med kit in case anybody gets a headache...(and the floor's fine)

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Post by Christopher Bara » Thu May 26, 2005 5:46 pm

Tower Grove looks like a big park.......is the hill right where the star is on the map?...
South Drive and Tower Grove Avenue?

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Post by Jonathan Harms » Thu May 26, 2005 7:13 pm

Chris, if you mean the Yahoo map on the first page of this thread, then yes, it's right where the star is. Here's an even better map from Google. You may have to zoom in or out a bit or drag the map to center it, but it's even clearer than the Yahoo map, IMO.

http://maps.google.com/maps?oi=map&q=Ce ... +Dr,+63116

If you do end up staying at the Water Tower Inn, all you have to do is take Grand Blvd. SOUTH about a mile, turn RIGHT on Arsenal Street, go about a mile, and turn right into the park on Center Cross Drive (there should be a stoplight there). The top of the "hill" is almost immediately on your right. If you're coming in early, you should be able to park right there by the stumpy white "Weeble" barricades. On Saturday and Sunday, you may have to park across the street because the park will be more crowded with Memorial Day people.

In addition to what Goad posted for non-race activities, there's always the St. Louis Zoo (free, and one of the best in the country), or for you "cultured" types (you too, Oles :-)), check out the free performance of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" in Forest Park:

http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entert ... %22park%22

Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?oi=map&q=1+ ... ,+MO+63110

Weather's looking good so far. Keep your fingers crossed...

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Yo Out Of Towners!

Post by John Dillon » Thu May 26, 2005 7:32 pm

Def, hit up the Arch....it's awesome...I did it when I was in town last.....also, guys.....tell 'em about that City Museum...w/the old clear plexiglass Firestone Ramps...that place is rad w/all the caves and slides and crazy stuff...is that lil indoor sk8 pk still there too? Hey, Goad....can I have your friend's tel #...the one in the bikini? Have fun y'all! Go for the Radikals, Paul G! I'll miss you Daggers!!

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viva los daggers

Post by William Tway » Fri May 27, 2005 12:33 am

Damn I wish I could go to SL this weekend


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Post by Tod Oles » Fri May 27, 2005 1:18 am

Tway,

You're the best...
thanks for reminding me to pack my helmet...
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Yo Todd!

Post by John Dillon » Fri May 27, 2005 12:16 pm

That's how Tway freaks out his opponents the night before the race!

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Post by Jonathan Harms » Fri May 27, 2005 10:49 pm

Is that Iacovelli holding the microphone? ;-)

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Post by Chris Wireman » Sat May 28, 2005 12:15 am

Clean living got me nowhere.

Tear it up, yo.

I heard it was on. But, don't forget to turn it off.
wreek havoc

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Post by Wes Eastridge » Sun May 29, 2005 4:49 am

So what's hap-nen, guys? Ju get any slalom and/or garage sessions today? I would've come if I could've (Poor planning on my part). So how many people ate it today? Who was king of the course?
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Post by Paul Graf » Sun May 29, 2005 2:52 pm

WesE wish you were here....

yesterdays outlaw race results:

1. Hollien
2. Harms
3. Oles?

21 racers, great weather & lots of fun
lets hope the rian holds off today

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Post by Marty Schaub » Sun May 29, 2005 4:53 pm

Yeah Keith!!!

No apologies necessary for baggin 1st!

Congratulations!!!!!
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Post by Tod Oles » Mon May 30, 2005 5:27 pm

Jeff and Mary Goad, and all the Daggers...(they know who they are)... AWESOME!!!!!! Thank you, Sorry I missed the Sunday fun....

Huge thanks to sponsors;

Keith Hollien and Bobby Mandarino from RADIKAL,
Bahne
Khiro Skate products
Oust
Pocket Pistols..... the Cough-n-Cut E-series hardcore deck I lifted for 3rd is already setup and my 10yr old nephew is runnin cones in the driveway on it.
He's lovin it!!!!

Chris Bara and Greg Fadell, thanks for the digs....I owe you boys...see you in Chi-town

FREAK bros,(they know who they are too)... the bell is tolling...

I'm done, Tod
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Post by Christopher Bara » Tue May 31, 2005 2:38 am

Nine and a half hours on the road to hook up with some old friends, make some new friends.....eat, drink, skate our asses off and have a friggin great weekend Dagger stylee...

Jeff and Mary...It was a blast.....perfect way to kick off the summer...

thanks for makin' everybody feel like family...

See y'all in Chicago

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Post by Jeff Goad » Tue May 31, 2005 6:12 am

All of us here in St. Louis want to give everyone big thanks for coming out and being a part of Slalom St. Louis 2005! We had a great outlaw race on Saturday. Everyone had a blast on the wide-open course. Great big thanks to all the locals and legends that were out for the BBQ and party that followed Saturdays race. An epic time was had by all. The after after party- well…no words can describe waltzing in the window and the rug burn on the knees. Is it last call?

Sunday-Race day 2 most racers on the hill at 10 and some by 11:30 “I don’t need no practice run.”
Holding off the rain we did one round of qualifying to determine the pro group pulling the top 4 to race. Onward to the second round to bracket the remaining 15 racers for the B group.
We couldn’t have had a better day the weather cooperated and the company was fantastic.
After the racing was through the course was set to a single lane straight that many stayed to ride upon.
Following the day on the hill we all hit the local Mexican joint for some good eats and margarita’s. It was the perfect way to end a perfect weekend.
Thanks again to all of you!

And a big thanks to all the sponsors who were incredibly generous!
Thanks to the DAGGERS and Kill City Racing all of you guys rip!
Thanks to Radikal titanium II pro racing trucks for their continued support at Slalom St. Louis and for awarding their 2nd set of trucks at our races.

Please Support the following sponsors they are what help make this sport grow:
BAHNE
MONKEYWRENCH MACHINEWORKS
POCKET PISTOL SKATES
KHIRO
RADIKAL
OUST
PABST BLUE RIBBON

Big thanks to BAHNE for the complete that was awarded to the youngest racer Nathan Favaro.
Ryan Graf, courtesy of GeezerX, will be sending a set of trucks to MONKEYWRENCH MACHINEWORKS for being dead middle of the pack.
KHIRO came through with a huge package of goodies. Even the new wedge kit that everyone was stoked over.
POCKET PISTOL hooked us up with an E Series deck and lots of swag.
Harms ate up the OUST goodies; He’d been looking forward to that!

Looking forward to 2006.
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Post by Wesley Tucker » Tue May 31, 2005 6:14 am

What it's REALLY ALL ABOUT in St. Louis:

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Post by Jeff Goad » Tue May 31, 2005 6:30 am

Saturdays outlaw results

Hollien______26.767
Harms______27.345
Oles_______ 27.657
Mandarino___27.896
Goad_______28.606
Si6ty si6____ 28.729
Moore______28.888
Favero_____ 28.952
Graf_______ 29.527
F.Henn_____30.049
Seeger_____30.123
Bara_______30.531
Jones______31.495
Chainsaw___32.021
Daggette___ 32.832
Tucker_____ 33.128
David______ 33.337
Buckles_____33.508
C.Nova_____ 35.107
B.Favaro____40.998
N.Favaro____43.251

Sundays results and times to be posted soon.
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Post by Frank Henn » Tue May 31, 2005 5:25 pm

St. Louis was one of the best races ever. Ya'll have my memorial days every year for here on out. Thank you JBH you are one of the coolest people I've ever met. Thanks to the goads and all the daggers. It was great seeing everyone and meeting the new friends.

I took a couple pics http://thebiggerpic.com/gallery/StLouis

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Post by Christopher Bara » Wed Jun 01, 2005 3:25 am

INSIDE JOKE FROM ST LOUIS

two hi-ons too buzzed up to move laying on the beds

sounds from inside the bathroom


****flush****

long silence

****flush****

long silence

"That's kinda a weak flusher here, huh?"

even longer silence

****flush****

"There we go"


man, if you left a 'gift' in there, you would have never lived it down

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CAFE O

Post by Jeff Mccullar » Wed Jun 01, 2005 4:50 am

CONGRATS TO LAURA HENN TO THE
DAGGER FAMILY BLACK SOCK RACING
YOU AND FRANK ARE SOO COOL SAVE YOUR MONEY
YALL GOTTA GO TO CHI-TOWN IN JULY
EVERYONE ELSE ROCKS WES T HELPED OUT ALOT THANX
BUDDY JEFF GOAD JONATHAN HARMS PAUL GRAF AND JON SEEGER
AND OF COURES THE JERAMY JONES IF HE ONLY WOULD SLALOM MORE
THAN ONCE A YEAR HE 'S SO FAST MARY AND ELLEN THANK YOU GOOD JOB
AND BIG BIG THANX GOAD YOU'LL HAVE TO TELL HIME TO LOOK AT THIS
GARRET AND HIS GIRLS FOR CONE HEADIN GREAT JOB GRASS ROOTS FOR LIFE
DIAL IT OH YEA 66 IT REALLY WOUN'T BE RACE WITH OUT BOOSE GREEN AND YOU


CAFE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

HOPE YOU HAD FUN

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Post by Tod Oles » Wed Jun 01, 2005 5:47 am

CB,

this thread could easily go down the drain, I'm just glad everything worked out alright
and we're all still friends..........now check your e-mail
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Post by Eric Moore » Wed Jun 01, 2005 7:30 am

Man, Frank, I think I remember saying I did NOT want to see that picture on the internet! Oh, well, I guess it was bound to happen.

Huge thanks to gOAd, JBH, all the Daggers, Mary and Ellen, coneheads, and everybody who raced or even just spectated for a killer weekend!

Jonathan, thanks again for your overwhelming hospitality! You were looking super fast both days. So close!

Keith, congrats on your pair of wins, and a big thank you to you and Mark McCree for my new "blue front" and "polished rear". Please please nobody take that out of context! I'm talking about RADIKAL TRUCKS here people!

What a great weekend! When are we going to do it again? How 'bout less than 2 weeks from now at the COLORADO CUP! I've got couch space...

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Post by Ben Buckles » Wed Jun 01, 2005 1:01 pm

thanks gOAd, Mary, ellen, garrett. And everyone else who made my first race killer. I met many faces and they were all super nice. Congrats to all who got schwag.

Thanks again.

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Post by Keith Hollien » Fri Jun 03, 2005 1:25 am

I want to thank Jeff Goad and Mary Hessler for all they did this past weekend. Bobby and I had a balst. Mary the B-B-Q was great. Thank you to Ellen, Garrett and his daughters for all your help. Harms thanks for all your did to make St. Louis race such a success.

I want to congratulate Eric Moore on winning the new set of Radikal trucks. Eric please e-mail me your phone #, I have a question.

I finally got my Radikal cell phone(352-494-2503). If anyone has any questions feel free to call me.

Keith, Teams Radikal & Pocket Pistols.

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Post by Christopher Bara » Mon Jun 06, 2005 9:05 pm

Does anybody have the final postings from Sundays main event?.....inquiring minds want to know......

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Post by Jonathan Harms » Mon Jun 06, 2005 9:30 pm

I'm pretty sure Goad has them somewhere. Dan Gesmer was kind enough to make us a custom spreadsheet, but the computer meltdown and the decision to run a "mini A group" kind of complicated the process of posting the results, as the spreadsheet was originally made for one big group (i.e. no A, B or C class distinctions). I will ask Goad about it.

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Post by Jeff Goad » Wed Jun 08, 2005 1:19 am

times times times times anybody what times?


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