Several months back, Tum Yeto Distribution piled a few select team riders in a van (along with photographer Rodent) and hit the road. Rodent returned with photos of Joey Ragai, Nick Merlino, Aaron "Jaws" Homoki, Blake Carpenter, Clint Walker and Corey Duffel (pictured here). Duffel is a double Tum Yeto rider (for Foundation and PIG Wheels) and isn't afraid to pile into the Tum Yeto van and drive cross-country. Duffel hails from Northern California and has been a part of Foundation for over a decade. Backside 50/50.
Clint Walker served as a rep for PIG Wheels on the trip, and also happens to be teammates with Jaws on Birdhouse (not a Tum Yeto brand). Originally from Oklahoma, Walker now calls Santa Ana, California home and isn't afraid to throw down backside 50/50s on steep rails.
Switch flip to frontside boardslide in Florida from Foundation's Nick Merlino.
Corey Duffel, mean mugging a frontside boardslide in Florida.
Ollie over a rail into a downhill slope. The team may or may not have stayed at the hotel where this was shot.
Aaron "Jaws" Homoki
Aaron "Jaws" Homoki made a name for himself with the X Games crowd earlier this summer when he jumped out of the Skate Street course and won a bronze medal in Skate Park. But he's more well known for his huge drops and that one Thrasher cover. Here, he bomb drops off yet another roof.
Aaron "Jaws" Homoki
Backside 50/50 in Florida.
Foundation's Joey Ragali joined the team in 2013. Originally hailing from southern Florida, Ragali now calls Long Beach, California, home and additionally rides for Dekline, PIG Wheels and Shred Shred Skateshop. Frontside lipslide on a wooden rail.
Toy Machine am Blake Carpenter is another Floridian import now living in Long Beach, California. Carpenter started getting flowed boards from Toy Machine through pro team rider Billy Marks. Before he knew it, he was on Thrasher's King of the Road tour filling in for Johnny Layton. Hurricane on the East Coast.
Switch backside 180 to close the gallery down.