Today's rudiment comes to us courtesy of Alan Dawson's Rudimental ritual. I think I've mentioned I never have actually memorized this particular etude or played it from start to finish (bad, bad Ted!) but I have used it as a huge amount of source material.
Anyway, here's the rudiment.
For those of you keeping score, it's at the top of page 8 of the ritual.
So as usual, I started by playing the rudiment as is, then displaced it. In this example I start it on all 3 parts of a triplet.
Then I started voicing it on the kit in different ways. I didn't notate any of these examples, partially because you should figure out your own variations. Thanks and have fun!