Oz Man Out Part Four
MARCH 05, 2012
On the long drive to Melbourne, The Oz Man Out Tour stopped in the city of Glenrowan, where Lizard King, Erik Ellington, and Matt Mumford were inspired while visiting the last stand of one of Australia's most famous outlaws: Ned Kelly. After we paid tribute to Ned, toasted him a beer, and bought a few souvenirs, we made it to Melbourne later that night.
The team was ready to hit all the famous Melbourne spots.
Lizard nailing a nollie nose manual while holding his Ned Kelly koozie.
Melbourne's three-flat-seven double-set was next on the list. Erik warming up before he went to war with this spot.
Neen tested it out as well.
It was a triple fisheye media event. Lizard with an early-grab mute.
Then we did the demo, dodged a few rain storms, and skated as long as we could. TK with a lipslide.
Boo Johnson made tailslides look easy.
Spencer Hamilton probably could have done way more than just a frontside flip if it hadn't started pouring. Luckily we got to skate for over an hour before the rain forced us back to the hotel where we got ready to fly out of town in the morning. Next stop: Auckland, New Zealand.