WEEKENDER - Sascha Daley

The actual (like, it was built before we even moved here) loading dock rail is still one of the great unexplored territories at The Berrics. It's tall—belly button-height for an average skater—and intimidating. Unlike the polished, well-maintained interior of the park, we don't sweep the parking lot. You're liable to catch a bad one, and a bonus disease, with every attempt. Obviously, Sascha Daley wasn't fazed when he filmed his 2015 "Daley Dose of Sascha." He just said, "What's up, dock?" and blasted this perfect front board. 

WEEKENDER - Sascha Daley

WEEKENDER

Sascha Daley

September 22, 2017

The actual (like, it was built before we even moved here) loading dock rail is still one of the great unexplored territories at The Berrics. It's tall—belly button-height for an average skater—and intimidating. Unlike the polished, well-maintained interior of the park, we don't sweep the parking lot. You're liable to catch a bad one, and a bonus disease, with every attempt. Obviously, Sascha Daley wasn't fazed when he filmed his 2015 "Daley Dose of Sascha." He just said, "What's up, dock?" and blasted this perfect front board.