Back in 2014 on New Year's Day, Shane O'Neill texted filmer Chase Gabor saying he wanted to try film and land as many tricks in a row as possible at the Berrics.
"Happy New Years Chase. I'm on my way to the Berrics. Wanna try filming a bunch of tricks in a row without messing up as a New Year's Resolution?"
The theme was basically 'First Try Friday Style' as Chase says and the plan was to just keep the camera rolling and see how many tricks Shane could land in a row.
What ensued left me shaking my head in disbelief. It is not just his consistency which is incredible but the level of tricks Shane does each time could undoubedtly be an 'ender' in any pro skateboarder's video part.
After his first ledge trick Shane claims it was a bit 'weak' and so for his third trick throws in a Switch Kickflip Backside Tailslide, Switch Big Spin Flip out, leaving Chase in shock.Shane mixes it up from the flat bar, to the ledge, to the Hubba stairs and the manual pad not missing any of his choice of tricks. I get the feeling if he didn't call time after 10 minutes it could have been a long day for Chase. "Well that was an amazing 10 minutes..." as Shane heads off about his day.
Business as usual for Shane.