We’ve got a monster of a downhiller on our flow team who hails from Argentina. Santiago only has one speed, full send and he only rides one board; The Ratmobile.
As you most of you may already know we have another incredible spanish wizard on our team. This magician’s name is Pablo Nicieza López-Tapia but everyone knows him simply as Blin. Last time we featured him his choice instrument was the Bamboo-X Shrike. This time around, he applied his skills to our new and improved Daenseu. The 44 inch size to be exact.
Over here at HQ, we’re going over all the Madrid footage with a fine-toothed comb. In the meantime, some content just needs to be seen. Here is a quick run with Bruno the Kid on the Craft Series 8.875, in (mostly) raw form.
Part of our crew at Bustin Boards HQ went deep into the cuts of the Dominican Republic to retrieve our beloved Bruno. Once safely returned to his native land of Spain, the kid couldn’t help but return to his roots.
We went over to Madrid to meet the artist formally known as “Bruno the kid” only to find a young man capable of marvelous street trickery. With a Limited Edition Craft Series 8.875 in hand, Bruno laid down some runs that would drop any jaw to the ground.
Shadows at play.
Thiry-three inches long with a 15.5″ wheelbase, the 8.875 Craft Series is all Bruno wants and everything he could ask for.
This is only a teaser of what is yet to come, Bruno is back and he is here to stay.