Matt had mentioned a rail spot he had spotted right next to a junkyard. The spot had multiple buildings all with knee-high flat railing surrounding them. One of…
When I asked Matt what spot he wanted to skate, he told me about a spot with a fire hydrant that he had already filmed some tricks at. The fire hydrant is in between a sidewalk and a traffic-induced street.
Tank Farm Hydrant Gap
We got to the spot, and I set up my light and chose my angle. After dealing with the nonstop traffic and the perpetual appearance of a police officer telling us to get out of the street, Matt was able to pull of a beautiful hardflip.
Matt Clifford – Hardflip
Check out other SLO Spots coverage by Cole Garrett and stay tuned for more in the future. He’ll be hitting up a new spot every couple weeks. You can find the original versions on his blog and follow him on Instagram @photocole. Go skate!
Have you ever skated the Tank Farm Hydrant Gap? Link some proof in the comments.