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Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 8:51 pm
by Donald Campbell
the second race will be in düsseldorf,sponsored by PAVEL and CONCRETE WAVE.
we will do a special going down a hill onto flat surface.the course will be a wide to tight special which will be done head to head with dual timing and our portable ramps.
set date for this event will be jan 29th 2006.
the race will start at 12.00 pm please bring your tight boards,this one will be really difficult and tight.
everybody who wants to come can expect free housing either in ddorf or cologne and intense sessions either on the flat or in the bowl.
again the entry fee will be 10 euros.riders will receive one t-shirt and places 1-5 will get decent stuff.basically all the entry money goes back to the riders.
GOG shirts can't be bought,they are a "race-exclusive"!
maybe peter and maybe ramon and chris and maybe a few other noteworthy folks want to come?
your mission:beat us on our hometurf.
courses will be set "live",so everybody has the same chance!


Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 11:02 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
HHHHHhheeeeeeepppppppa ( I don't work this WE ) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By all means necessary, I'll be there !

Posted: Tue Jan 03, 2006 5:22 pm
by David Rudnianski
yeah, I'd like to come...i'll be snowboarding the French alps the week after, so I must check my timing before ;)

Posted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 9:18 pm
by Heiko Schöller
Hopefully the weather is good so I can kick your asses with my new Pavel board!!!!

Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:24 pm
by Dominik Kowalski
Ah, I see......
Since you get on Pavel Skateboards you got to have a big mouth...hmmm...ok,
let's try this...

All of you sloppy slope slow withouthavingflow snakerun sh#tsart a$$i c0ksmokin multismart skaters are so deeply fxckin'
welcome to our next G.O.G Race to get your a$$es so much
kicked by us from the heart that it's gonna hurt ;)

Seriously, don't be afraid of what Heiko says...he wrote his comment before waisting himself
pretty much on some heavy drinks he had loaded up just the night after that....
he first got to get sober again...and that`s the most gnarly fuxkin' thing to do!

Get it? Good!
I really hope to see many skaters coming...
It's always fun to meet.
See ya at the race!

Posted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 11:21 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
If I was as fast as Heiko, I would have the same big mouth.....

see you at the end of the month....

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 12:27 pm
by David Rudnianski
My schedule is ok, i will come.

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 3:39 pm
by Donald Campbell
fred you have a fast board now the next xourse is made for that board.

david coming again?
you gonna stay with me again?
i promise healthy breakfast and lotsa skate-action

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 5:31 pm
by David Rudnianski
Donald Campbell wrote:fred you have a fast board now the next xourse is made for that board.

david coming again?
you gonna stay with me again?
i promise healthy breakfast and lotsa skate-action
woow... quitely impossible to decline your invitation....;) Thank you very much.
We'll see tonight whose french are comming..( Fred don't forget my broom...).

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 2:14 am
by Vincent Berruchon
Hey what's up in Bratwurst land?
Can't escape from Paris next week end :((
I was bettin' on snow stroms again so you could move to a later date, but it seems the sun will be there.. so have a good race!
Some french will probably try to come... see you another time

Altbier in D-dorf

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:43 am
by Steve Hinzen
I'm sorry for You, Vinzzz, that You can not come.
Another one will take Your second place, haha!
You better send some Pirates over here to reprensent Les Bleus.

Yesterday I finished the second starting-ramp.
Both ramps are in perfect condition (also the one destroyed by Heiko).

The weatherforecast for sunday: sunny and dry!

So, no more excuses for not coming, guys!

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 10:31 am
by David Rudnianski
Fred won't drive us to french riders won't come exept if we find an other car.

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 11:30 am
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
... Edit...

Don !

Do we drive to Koln or Duss' ?

we also need the cell phone number of steve to "drive" us...

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 12:26 pm
by David Rudnianski
Ok, so finaly, Fred will come, we 'll be there!

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 1:13 pm
by Donald Campbell
we are armed to the teeth
fridges are filled
booze is there
pool is cool

sunny weather on sunday

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 1:14 pm
by Carsten Pingel

flat or downhill ?????

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 1:57 pm
by Donald Campbell
if the track is not covered with ice it will be the hill with the flat section you know
if we have ice we will take the other side and do a flat tight sucker.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 6:19 pm
by Donald Campbell
here are the official results of the race:
christoph baumann 10.743
heiko schöller 11.234
steve hinzen11.401
dominik kowalski 11.491
frank beste 12.176
david rudnianski 12.266
donald campbell 12.452
alex luxat 13.924
frank korte 14.104
adrian hochart 14.216
gregor theisen 14.818
frederic hyun bach sac 15.084
charles thubert 26.565

carsten pingel double dq for being there and not racing

here are a few pics
more and a video will follow shortly:

the crowd before the race and it was PACKED when the race began:

homer warming up:

wefunk alex has a nice pic too:

dominik and steve warming up:

vietnamese mafia styling:
some shots from the award ceremony:

big thank you's to all who came(especially our french friends!!!!!!!!!!!)the forecast was grimm and we had temperatures below zero.this day made an was chilling but the sun made it cool to stay.
the race was cool and relaxed,the crowd was cheering and there was interest in the sport.

the prizes were alcohol and x-rated stuff which made the race even more intense(there you go).
some folks didn't show up(please don't send me e-mails again asking for the next session,when you are too lame to show up) .if you wanna push things then be there,this is not about being cool ,this is about racing and commitment-you guy decided not to race because of the crowd gathering,hmmmmmm.

whatever.joe "DOC" leonhardt was the timing guru and he did a good job-hey thanks again.

thanks to all who showed up.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 6:27 pm
by Martin Siegrist
guys - where are your helmets?

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 6:35 pm
by Donald Campbell
hey...outlaw race remember? no rules fun where else can you win alcohol and porn magazines?

Fun, EH!

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 7:49 pm
by Claude Regnier
It's too bad the weather and scenery was so sketchy. Otherwise you would have had a GREAT DAY for SLALOM in JANUARY!

You better practice :)

C-U all soon!


Happy Day

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:35 pm
by Steve Hinzen
Thank You to Heiko and Donald for sponsoring this race.

What a fantastic day this was.

The best weather You can get in January in our region. Pefect starting ramps. Time system without any errors. Smooth organization. Super crowd (easily 200 people), watching and cheering (especially on zero-cone-runs). And a smile on everybody's face.
Every racer was a winner. Shame on all those loosers who stayed at home.

Charles, Adrian, Fred and David, thank You for coming all the way from Paris. You guys are getting better every time we meet.

Big kisses to my kids for letting me go.

Homer was unbeatable today. Wait until I start praticing again.
I am happy I didn't come in too far behind Schulla.
Dominik made me nervous today. I guess he will bust down the door in the am-class this year.

Hey and after all. know what:
I am still in the lead in this series, followed by Schulla and Homer.

Now leave me alone with that DVD I won today.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 8:59 pm
by Etienne de Bary
in Paris too some of us "forget" the helmets when racing on flat... specials on flat with lots of offset gates...

You had ice eventually. Nice pictures, you guys had fun !

GoG Race ....

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 9:12 pm
by Greg T
Hello GoG Boys...

it was a very nice race day today.
The race are very good organization an all the nice D'Dorf girls in the
background are the best :-).
I said tanks to all the guys for that cool Sunday.
I hope the French Racers came good at home.....

See you again on the next Practise Session or Contest.

Now It's Party Time and I drink a lot of beer because in 3 hours is my Birthday....


The Greg

....ho ho

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 10:50 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
We've just arrived from Germany, I'll post later for the impressions / thanks / pics...


Gang of France
Vietnamese mafia's style.... and slow...

A HUGE THANK TO G.O.G !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you RULE !!!!!!!!!!!

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:05 pm
by Donald Campbell
to all:

here are a few thoughts i had this day...

basically it's a shame that only a few selected guys are there to stir things up a bit.

we had fun a good crowd and it was good for us to skate and it was good for the sport somehow too.

what's happening with the rest?

there's people out there-here in germany-some even run a forum,nothing happens,nothing.

i mean,hey,what is this?

somebody else has to step in and get things going.
it can't be that i have to be the only guy to get things going.
let's make an exception for axel fischer-he's a good guy and he does a few really good things from time to time-all the stuff he does is absolutely professional and fun.
it's not that difficult to do something people might enjoy or what makes people willing to travel long distance.
i also don't want to hear"hey,i have so and so much work".
i get up at seven and go home at seven.inbetween i find the time to do things which could be cool for other people-if they are willing to work with me and the stuff i want to do.

don't get me wrong here,but this is really frustrating to see how the situation is at the moment.
all those folks who feel attacked now,yes you may do so.maybe you should spend more time on the track than on your couch.

i really find it sort of frustrating to see how things are handled,especially here in germany,when it comes to putting on a race or whatever to get people together.
watching or commenting alone will not help growing the scene.
time to think about it.

however,i/we will continue to create some excitement,good races,good vibes,whatever you want.
thanks again for the few "driven" who came and participated.

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:23 pm
by David Rudnianski
Back in Paris, What a Good Week end! For me, i Got a new board, new wheels, new bearings, some alcool for fishing 15 condoms for baking my fishes....Thanks Guys, we'll be back soon, and don't forget our next outlaw in paris!

Posted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:32 pm
by Etienne de Bary
Yes it's more than time to post the dates of the next Paris Outlaw on ;)
sunday the 19th, isn't it ?

happy birthday

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 9:21 am
by Steve Hinzen
Gregor Thiesen wrote yesterday:
Now It's Party Time and I drink a lot of beer because in 3 hours is my Birthday....


Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 9:52 am
by Chris Eggers
Donald, man, I am coughing my lungs out since 4 weeks now, there is snow on the ground, it is zero skate time in January, it is damn cold, a weekend with lots of traffic in the forecast.

My old injuries from the Waterloo Battle always ache when it is that cold outside and you dis us for not showing, I am old!

All excuses, I know, the pics look awesome! I should have been there. Cool, very cool............thank you

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:52 am
by Alex Luxat
Yeah! A big THANK YOU, DON!

This is what skateboarding is about. A pressure-free contest with fun and camaraderie being the real prices for participating. (Though the G.O.G shirts rocks!)
Hell, on my way back to Cologne I felt like I had a killer day in the mountains, my face burning from the cold and those hours of the first sun rays. ;)
The location and crowd could easily rival those of Paris.
This was priceless.

Adding to that stoke was the pool session with the frenchies and Dominik on Sat.
What a perfect weekend.

Don, remember how we both were last year this time?
I learned that even though you most times have a big mouth on the web, you have an even bigger heart and commitment to the sport. I highly respect that and can´t wait for Brixlegg.



Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 11:18 am
by Donald Campbell
it was good to have you guys around we had fun we had the most ever spectators on any outlaw race before.
that's our own record.
let's wait for more video material from david and more pics from dominiks cool aussie-friend.

the great western race this april will be almost the same location as this one.

future thoughts from my side:
2007 a bigger race at both locations,this ensures big crowds,perfect racing surfaces,lotsa schwag and excitement.
let's see what the "great western" brings and we'll move on from there.

greg:happy you knwo what!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 11:26 am
by David Rudnianski
I'll snowboarding the Alps next week so i'll try to finish and post the video of GOG 2 by the end of the week ;) . If I have enough time, I'll post the video of GOG 1.

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 12:32 pm
by Donald Campbell
here are a few more pics from yesterdays's sess.
more will follow from the others.
#1 the timing man and hombre of respect joe "doc" leonhardt
#2 steve after having won a porn mag dvd and some booze
#3 schulla warming up on his new deck
#4 a view to the other side of the venue after everything was over

Re: happy birthday

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:29 pm
by Joachim Leonhardt
Steve Hinzen wrote:Gregor Thiesen wrote yesterday:
Now It's Party Time and I drink a lot of beer because in 3 hours is my Birthday....

Happy Birthyday GREG! Have a nice week ~~~

We all had a very GOOD and FUNNY time out here in Düsseldorf.
good vibes, lucky racers,
many spectators, best sponsoring (thankx Don !)

Hoping that more german racers show up next time.

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:12 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
Now my turn to give thanks and impressions....

We "Gang of France", would like to thanks our German FRIENDS for their warm welcome, especially DON and DOMINIC, for :

- The tour of Dusseldorf,
- Hosting all of us,
- Mega Huge german breakfast,
- let us ride the Factory Bowl as long as we wanted,
- Fast and precise race organisation,
- 4 runs !
- Fu....n' awesome shirts,
- prizes... ( Alcohol, porn mag', condoms..... )

We had a BLAST all over the WE, the race location's was perfect, so crowded that it was a bit impressive, you couldn't imagine the feeling when people applause after the runs !!!!

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:17 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
Here is a few pics... ( didn't have the time to shoot some riders in action, the rotations were too fast... )














Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:08 pm
by Jean-Sébastien Dennebouy
Great pics, as usual 2fré.. Thanks !

Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:37 pm
by HUYNH BACH SAC Frédéric
He, He..... ( don't try to find it... )


Posted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 5:38 pm
by Heiko Schöller
HAPPY Birthday Greg.

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2006 10:11 am
by Charles_Thubert
It was really a very nice week end!
Good pool!Good race ( a nice place)! Good spirit!
In brief, It was a perfect week end!!I am again happy!!

For me, It was my second race with GOG after Koln in december!
I will be here the 5 march 06!
See you!

Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 1:59 pm
by Dominik Kowalski

Maybe a bit late but I hadn't have the time to post a reply lately cause of too much work
and party..hehe!

I wanted to say a big THANK YOU to everybody.
First of all to my frenchie friends: Skating and hanging out is just great with you!!! I will
surely take care of my coming scedule for my tripping to I mean my trip to paris...
See you all soon!!!

Secondly I would like to thank Kaptain Don and Mr. Concrete Schulla!!!
You really make things possible! I mean those were the best prices I can imagine for somebody like and Boooze!!!

I also would like to thank Lee, my cool friend from australia, who took so many pics on that
day and the day before and and jaming all night trough...thanks!

Last but not least I want to thank every rider if good or bad (who the fxck cares?!)
who was willing to come. I actually really don`t care how many people are participating...
I even want to thank those who didn't come and let there problems at home
(or beside the track) to make sure the center of fun could't be damaged. Thank you!
More to come!!!

Notice: I won`t have the time to post all the pics. I will send those to Donald, he is the web guru...hehe.
Hey Don! Got that??!!!

Take care!