Wednesday Wallpaper: Josh Kerr At Home

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Photo: Andrew Shield

The Quiksilver Pro is only a week away and while some of the tour guys get a practise run at Newcastle, Josh Kerr opted to stay home and score Kirra like this... 

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Josh Kerr inside a Kirra freight train.

Stay tuned for later in the week when we bring you the full gallery from this sesion. 

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