The 2011 South Beach Bomb in Miami, Florida went off Saturday with around 200 riders storming the most famous beach in the world, riding 6.7 miles down the coast. While I couldn’t make it myself (and oh man did I want to) I did my best to imagine I was there by cranking up the heat in my room and patiently watching Twitter updates from some of the Bustin’ crew who made their way down as well as the Florida skaters that were representing hard.
Before the race Salomon tweeted that traffic was sketchy and Florida skaters were out in numbers which sounded like a mix that would be sure to make for a fun event. One of our fans on Facebook tipped us off to some great photos of the event, which I’m reposting below. They were originally tweeted by Lacko Illustration‘s Twitter account Lackostration and all copyright credit goes to him, props for sharing with us though!
If you were at the South Beach Bomb and have a more pictures, video, or a more in-depth write-up that you want to share e-mail me: mike [at] skatetheeast.net along with a short blurb about yourself.
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