Clear your schedule, lock yourself in your room and get your special sock ready. The Beasts from the East Coast have just dropped Yawgoons 21 and boy oh boy it’s a banger. In true Yawgoons fashion it’s heavy on the tech rail tricks front and features a healthy amount of seemingly impossible butter manoeuvres. It’s 3 minutes of froth inducing riding, goosebump worthy carves and enough rotten Marcus to tide us over until next week.
“It’s heavy on the tech rail tricks front and features a healthy amount of seemingly impossible butter manoeuvres”
Every time we watch a new Yawgoons clip we find ourselves stuck in a youtube hole rewatching all the older episodes and getting increasingly more sure that we’re gonna build our own backgarden park set up. Next thing we know it’s been 5 hours, the replay button has a dent in it and our eyes have slowly become rectangular.
We’re yet to see another web series that gets us as amped as this one, and each episode is consistently creative and impressively different considering the fact that their set up is a tiny hill with a rope tow and whatever features they make. The Yawgoons will ride anything and everything, and manage to make it look easy every time.
“The Yawgoons will ride anything and everything, and manage to make it look easy every time”
Word on the street is that these Rhode Island rope tow rippers have boosted sales in the east coast rope industry for the first time since 50 shades was released and have been offered contracts to rep a prominent vegan butter substitute throughout the states.
Marcus Rand, Dylan Gamache and Brian Skorupski along with a few of their buddies tear Yawgoo a new one, and faithful filmer Dr. B documents it all for our viewing pleasure. So if you’re looking for a way to spend your day, then look no further, enjoy your Yawgoons Youtube hole…