1000 Feet + Slip N' Slide = America

1000 Feet + Slip N' Slide = America

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1000 Feet + Slip N' Slide = America

Slide The City; Salt Lake; Photo: Tyler Tate/T Squared Action Sports

Less than five years ago, a visionary named TR Gourley dedicated his life to fun by being the “President of the Water.”

That vision of fun continues today as Slide The City tours America bringing you some of the best times in your life. So if you missed it this summer thats on you but make sure to give them a follow so you can ride next year.

You are welcome America.

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