Here’s part 2 of 2 in the photo series from the Johannesburg stop on the 2015 Kimberlaaities Youth Tour. Take a gander below to see what we got up to on the remainder of our stay in Jozi & Pretoria before our 6 hour drive to Durban.
Thanks to Quincy and the One Love Crew for hosting us in JHB and to Hein & Reuben in Pretoria for showing us around.
Stay tuned for photos from Durban coming tomorrow and keep an eye out for the video edit from the Kimberlaaities Tour, dropping Friday.
A group of children hanging out on the street en route to Ellis Park.
On to Ellis Park Stadium. The establishment was built in 2010 for the FIFA World Cup and hasn’t seen much action since, other than skateboarding. Here’s Siphiwe in the early stages of shutting down the spot with a kickflip.
Jaydan ends off his line with a varial heel.
Damian goes fatty to flatty for the paparazzi. Ollie.
Charles, mean muggin’.
On to Pretoria to check out the G13 ditch. Reuben Els has manned the majority of the construction of the spot. Thanks to Reuben and the Pretoria heads for building awesome stuff for all to enjoy!
Samkelo scratches some in Pretoria. Thanks to Hein Kotze and Reuben Els for showing us the spot and hosting us in Pretoria!
#Weeouthere. Damian squeezes one out before the drive back to Joburg.
Warning: Siphiwe’s in mirror are closer than they appear.
Fun on the N1. We’ve found that some guys are overly-eager to have their photos taken while others are super-ashamed and immediately cover their faces as soon as the camera comes out.
On to the legendary Germiston bowl. This was the spot for tranny ripper Damian Bramley to shine at. Back D.
Damian with a backside boneless on the tight quarter atop the snake run.
Jaydan in the middle of uttering naughty words. Next stop: Durban.
Photos by Martin Kotze
Words by Chinner