I had a dream a while back that I was skating a mega ramp. Maybe it was this one or maybe it was the one from the Whistler event — I don’t recall. Regardless, I was not doing anything nearly as rad as what Bob Burnquist is doing IRL on his Dreamland setup. Because I have obtained expert status in the navigation of the internet, I can tell you that Bob’s got a new web-series — “The Dreamland Series” — centered around his Southern California mega-ramp and this is the bad-ass hype-stoking promo to kick it off. We’re stoked to see him doing all the spectacular flips and spins and grinds and particularly stoked to see a helicopter that doesn’t blow it, but what’s really submerging our stoke sub is the size of his setup. We’re lookin’ at some 9″ wide trucks (presumably 215mm Independents), 60mm-ish wheels and a 16″ wheelbase on that setup he’s flipping wildly about as he flies through the air. Bro, that’s practically a “longboard”. This provides a glimmer of hope for the #nextlevel of downhill skateboarding. Take note, friends: If Bob Burnquist is kickflipping a board the size of your tech-slide (or freeride) setup, you should be, too. Don’t worry about the mega-ramp-to-rail stuff just yet. We’ll get around to that soon enough.