All I can say is get ready to have a palm-sweaty good time watching this video. Jeremy, who is known to shred New England up and down with the boys from NSA and Soda Factory, tackles a big mountain in Maine and doesn’t let slower cars in the downhill lane get in his way. At some points he even “splits the gap” and goes in between two passing cars. This type of skating should never be emulated and is extremely dangerous, but boy is it fun to watch. Check it out below, it’s no wonder that everyone he passed stopped to congratulate him on not dying.
Three seniors in high school from Maine are taking to the streets Sunday, July 17th to begin their 150 mile journey from Ellsworth, ME to Old Orchard Beach, ME. The boys are making the ride in the hopes of raising $1,000 for breast cancer research. The trip is self-supported as the boys will be carrying backpacks with sleeping bags, tents, and other essentials and will be staying at campgrounds along the way. They plan on arriving in Old Orchard Beach on the 20th and will be around the next day relaxing and collecting any remaining donations people have on the 21st.
IF YOU’D LIKE TO SEE THE GUYS OFF: They will be leaving from Printing House Square in Ellsworth, ME at around 10AM so be there a little early if you’d like to talk to them before they begin the long push.
To support the guys in their efforts or to make a donation contact Connor Reeves at (207) 249-9060 or e-mail him at MrRedSlippers@aol.com. More information can also be learned by heading over to the Facebook Page they set up.
Good luck boys! It sounds like the trip will be an awesome time for an awesome cause.