JOHN WOODSTOCK skating this portable ramp during a demo here in New York City at the barely recognizable Columbus Circle circa 1978. I think this old TRACKER ramp was owned by the Philadelphia Skatepark by this time or Atlantic Skates? It was a really cool session to have in the middle of New York city at that time. besides "Woody", Paul Constantineau riding for DogTown skates at this point was slashing back and forth, as well as Victor Perez i believe, up from Philly, and some kid who's family owned "Atlantic" skateboard distribution. biniak may have also been there because i did make a few photos of him sitting on a stature there.... but you also have to imagine the number of skateboarders at this time who lived in manhattan and that could ride this thing at all numbered less that a dozen i bet. Anyhow, here's John micro edging it in the heat of the city. Feel free to add more info in the comments you may know of from this day or the background. #skateboarding #KnowYourHistory #ramp #Tracker #Kryptonics #NYC #NewYorkSkating #OG John was one of the first east coast guys outside of Florida to get a "Who's Hot" write up in SkateBoarder magazine. He was the man in the tri-state area. #OldSchool #FlyawayHelmet by #Kanoa #Edger #ColumbusCircle this photo appears in the MY RULES book skate collage. IF YOU DID NOT GET THE MY RULES BOOK YET, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?