Moscow made a great first impression. The traffic flows freely, and cars barely stop at lights.
Bill Marks transforms himself like a Phoenix from the flames...
We skated this spot where the train that brought the dead Lenin to Moscow is housed. Apparently, the place has been closed down and forgotten for 15 years!
This is what the Simpsons Movie posters look like in Russia.
These were some obstacles that kids skated in their local street contest.
The women dress up 24-7 in Russia, and many of them are beautiful.
This was on the inside of our hotel door.
And this was the building across from our hotel. It felt like Las Vegas.
This was the course we skated for our demo in Moscow. It was for sure designed by BMXer's.
It sucks that the indoor park was charging too much money to hold the demo there, but we still tore this park a new one.
Asses were signed, of course.
Josh hurt his foot and couldn't walk.
So we pushed him around on a skateboard.
Then he rocked a cane.
He deserved the hooka he got that night for dinner.
Check out the Burnout Blog for more photos of Toy Machine in Russia!