Barrett Junction Outlaw 2014 report

 

The best way to define Barrett is with Danny Connor’s conversation with his girlfriend;
“Hey, I want to go race Barrett”
“Well, do whatever you want. Don’t get another tattoo.”

Barrett MutherFucking Junction is all about shot-gunning beers, prison tattoos, airsoft gun battles, and getting runs with the homies down the most janky road ever raced on. Potholes as deep as your mom’s vagina, enormous gaping cracks, and everything you can think of, Barrett Junction has it.

“Barrett MutherFucking Junction is all about shot-gunning beers, prison tattoos, airsoft gun battles, and getting runs with the homies down the most janky road ever raced on. Potholes as deep as your mom’s vagina, enormous gaping cracks, and everything you can think of, Barrett Junction has it.”

Barrett Junction is about three minutes away from Mexico and is basically in the middle of nowhere. It is the perfect place to get sketchy and to win the party with your friends. Skaters from Colorado, Utah and even Calgary showed up to skate with the Southern California gang.

Only the gnarliest and most daring skaters with the largest cojones make the trek to conquer Barrett. Even though they may leave with dislocated shoulders, miserable livers and bruised up bodies, they all know it was well worth the beating from Barrett because it is one of the best outlaws in SoCal.

At Barrett, you have to watch out for AJ Haiby on and off the run. Photo credit: Don Sheffler.

Levi Green in full lurk mode. Photo credit: Don Sheffler

Brandon Sanchez leading the pack. Photo credit: Caitlin Yong.


Max Capps, Zak Maytum, and Brandon Sanchez taking runs. Photo credit: Joe Lawrence.

Even Marcus Bandy got some runs in. Photo credit: Joe Lawrence.


More airsoft guns and lurking. Photo credit: Don Sheffler

Caitlin Yong and Levi Green relaxing between skating. Photo credit: Don Sheffler.
Brandon Sanchez waiting for everyone to head to the campsite. Photo credit: Joe Lawrence.  
Max Capps, the king of lurk and polaroids. Photo credit: Don Sheffler.
Danny Connor looking at us looking at a polaroid of him. Photo credit: Don Sheffler.

Everyone waiting patiently for their heat on top of the run. Photo credit: Caitlin Yong.

Don Sheffler snapping a pic of Lonnie Leonelli, Grant Kiessling, and Ryan Ricker getting cozy on a 50. Photo credit: Caitlin Yong.

Max Ballesteros, Zak Maytum, and Brandon Sanchez battling it out on race day. Photo credit: Joe Lawrence.

We need more girls to skate Barrett! Caitlin Yong needs some fun competition. Photo credit: Don Sheffler.
Nick D’Bk winning the lotto mini race. Photo credit: Caitlin Yong.


Juniors podium. 1st Bobby Strum, 2nd Ethan Butternuts Vinograd, 3rd Elijah Vinograd, 4th Danny Ronson. Photo credit: Joe Lawrence.

Tim Del takes it all. 2nd Max Ballesteros, 3rd Zak Maytum, 4th Aaron Hampshire, 5th Max Capps, 6th Kawika Omoto. Photo credit: Caitlin Yong.

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We all want to give Joe Marshall a huge thank you for throwing down one of the best outlaws in Southern California for the past few years. Barrett Junction is a very unique outlaw and we have to thank Joe for showing the initiative to bring the skate community together. You have set the bar for other event organizers for future events. Now the next generation will carry on this glorious outlaw and will never fail to make Joe Proud. BARRETT MUTHER FUCKING JUNCTION will live on!

 C. Yong

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