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When Daniel Kinney threw the first ever Bittercold Show Down in 2001 the event was just a one-day event with 150 competitors, had no extra stage for spectators, no additional ramp set-ups - the event didn't even have an own website.
By that time Daniel Kinney didn't know that he would organize the event for the following eleven years. He probably didn't know that the event would become one of the most important rolling-contests and industry meetings in the world.
The annual event entered its twelfth round this year: 225 competitors, 775 visitors and 33 companies joined this year's BCSD! Be-Mag has been on site to document the action for you. -Oliver Nermerich
Introduction by Oliver Nermerich
Edit by Sam DeAngelis
Photography by Vincent Morretino
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