Surf Rail Of Death: Round 2

With the Carlsbad Junior Lifeguards watching in awe, Eric "Batman" Sorenson gets whipped toward the rail. Photo: jackenglish.com

With the Carlsbad Junior Lifeguards watching in awe, Eric "Batman" Sorenson gets whipped toward the rail. Photo: jackenglish.com

After relocating the rail to Oceanside a few days later, the success rate went way up. The deeper water definitely helped. Photo: jackenglish.com

After relocating the rail to Oceanside a few days later, the success rate went way up. The deeper water definitely helped. Photo: jackenglish.com

This is exactly what <i>Built To Shred</i>'s Jeff King and <i>TransWorld SURF</i>'s Chris Coté had in mind when the "Rail Of Death 2" was conceived. Cheyne Magnusson lipslide. Photo: jackenglish.com

Minus riding the trick out on a wave, this is exactly what Built To Shred's Jeff King and TransWorld SURF's Chris Coté had in mind when the "Rail Of Death 2" was conceived. Cheyne Magnusson lipslide. Photo: jackenglish.com

The rail was much easier (and way less intimidating) when the majority of it was underwater. Josh Sleigh sticks a 50/50. Photo: jackenglish.com

The rail was much easier (and way less intimidating) when the majority of it was underwater. Josh Sleigh sticks a 50/50. Photo: jackenglish.com

Ricky Whitlock ruins an otherwise flawless sunset... Photo: jackenglish.com

Ricky Whitlock ruins an otherwise flawless sunset. Photo: jackenglish.com

After a few dozen failed attempts, Ricky Whitlock 50/50s the rail. Photo: jackenglish.com

After a few dozen failed attempts, Ricky Whitlock 50/50s the rail. Photo: jackenglish.com

As the "Rail Of Death" was being broken down, the boys started using it a launch ramp. Cheyne Magnusson. Photo: jackenglish.com

As the "Rail Of Death" was being broken down, the boys started using it a launch ramp. Cheyne Magnusson. Photo: jackenglish.com

Some guys were made to huck themselves off rails and ramps, Justin Quirk is not one of those guys. Photo: jackenglish.com

Some guys were made to huck themselves off rails and ramps—Justin Quirk is not one of those guys. Photo: jackenglish.com

After nearly killing himself on the Rail Of Death, Josh Sleigh had a much easier time on the toned down version. Photo: jackenglish.com

After nearly killing himself on the Rail Of Death, Josh Sleigh had a much easier time on the toned down version. Photo: jackenglish.com

For the second time, TWS partners up with Jeff King from the Fuel TV show Built To Shred in an attempt to ride a rail in the surf. Sound crazy? It was. Tune in to Fuel TV starting Sunday at 10:30pm for the episode called “Surf Rail Of Death 2. For more info go to Built To Shred on Fuel TV.

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