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Dylan Rieder: Defined Skateboard Phenom's Career

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Dylan Rieder, who kicked the bucket after a fight with leukemia at 28 years old, had style for all intents and purposes overflowing out of his Huf shoes: He rode easily, popped super high and appeared to be mystically quiet on his board. He was a delight to watch, the way anybody intended to ride a skateboard is euphoric. From the time he burst onto the scene in Transworld's A Period to Sparkle in 2006 when he was 18 to his latest full part, "Cherry," Rieder was an extraordinary and devoted skater who fucking cherished skateboarding.

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"The vast majority wear's go to work simply 'cause they crave going to work," he said in his A Period to Sparkle part, sounding doubtful at his fortunate life. "Skateboarding is an occupation; you gotta work at it… [but] what might you rather do? You get the opportunity to ride your skateboard regular. That is the thing that you get the opportunity to do."

To praise the wondrous style that was Rieder's normal blessing and to show his radness, here are his best video parts and a couple cuts from his as well short life and profession.

1. Transworld's A Period to Sparkle

While this part – the one that put Rieder's skating on the guide – is an aggregate sledge fest, to me it's the seemingly insignificant details, parts of Rieder's capacity that would turn into his calling card. Note, for occasion, how beautifully he goes from posterior tail to switch over law breaker at 1:29, and afterward the way he gently pops an ollie off the check a while later, which later turned into the cool approach to end any rad cut. Likewise: his ollie inconceivable tail snatch (a Rieder staple) and his ender!

2. Outsider Workshop, Mind Field

Rieder's initial segment for Outsider Workshop, who he rode for until 2013. His ender here, a fakie tre flip down a major five, is wonderful.

3. Gravis part

Rieder's Gravis part is immaculate style (with a lot of tearing, obviously), and again it's frequently minor points of interest. Look at that nollie he does in the wake of popping an enormous frontside air on the steepest vert divider at 0:35, or the ease (and speed!) of his lines. Furthermore, my god, that ollie outlandish tail snatch at 4:30 is a wondrous thing.

4. Road Association, Arizona, 2010—Ollie incomprehensible over the fence

This poop is simply crazy: a super immense inconceivable over the fence at Road Association. Furthermore, to finish it off, Rieder utilizes this as his opportunity to take off. What an exit!

5. Incomparable, Cherry

From the main line of Rieder's Transworld Skateboarding Grant winning video part, Rieder is in full Rieder mode – smooth, easy, and with such beast pop (look at how much pop he has when he kickflips out of a bluntslide at 2:00!). What's more, it finishes so fittingly: Rieder lands a tremendous kickflip over a crevice and just continues riding without end, as yet going super quick, off into the city, a beautiful picture to keep as the last one of a really noteworthy ability. Continue pushing.

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