About four years ago, I went out with Christian Rigal to shoot a photo of the biggest pole jam I've ever seen. Christian took a light pole (literally), propped it up with a spiked fence, and locked it together with some cement.
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When you film for a full length DVD like 'Still United' it's key to push the boat out and really make it count. Well Christian Rigal didn't do just that, instead he blasted the boat down some fucking epic handrails at mach 10. It's no secret the man like to grind but jeez, this really is something. From terrifying backwards rollercoasters, 30+ set peg grinds, and monster curved rails, this has all burly areas of modern day street riding more than covered. The man has definitely got a screw loose.
Up today, the realest of rail slayers, Christian Rigal! We were there for a lot of Christian's section getting filmed and it was inspiring to watch someone go into something with such a level of commitment. Don't miss his extras right here. That last rail to fence gap... woah.
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