Eighties' Chris Ambrose, Nahuel Nieto, Chaz Klein, and the man behind Eighties himself, Pablo Cano, drop the pin outside downtown LA.

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We met up with Eighties‘ Chris Ambrose, Nahuel Nieto, Chaz Klein, and the man behind Eighties himself, Pablo Cano, outside downtown Los Angeles and we decided to drop the pin. Without bothering to check out the area the pin landed on, we jumped in our whips and headed over there. Unbeknownst to us, we landed in LA’s notorious Skid Row—and with nothing to ride at the pin drop. But with a little pedaling we found plenty of classic spots and a few surprises too! *Yup, we know a clip was used twice, late night editing goof. My bad. —Jeff Z.

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