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Street, Tranny, Vert, Pool or Old Skool?
6 months ago  ::  Nov 11, 2013 - 6:52PM #11
mark molnar
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Street!

6 months ago  ::  Nov 11, 2013 - 8:18PM #12
Zian
Posts: 74

Sick!

6 months ago  ::  Nov 12, 2013 - 4:09PM #13
DK
Posts: 9

Street or Old Schools, i wan a learn tranny though

5 months ago  ::  Nov 21, 2013 - 1:47AM #14
SimpleSupply
Posts: 4

STREEEEEEEEEEEEEEET

3 months ago  ::  Jan 15, 2014 - 1:58PM #15
Alex
Posts: 4

street all day baby! Niceville high ledges 3,5,7 stairs are the best


3 months ago  ::  Jan 16, 2014 - 1:05AM #16
Oliver
Posts: 13

Street. Aaaand a lil tranny when I go to skate parks

2 months ago  ::  Feb 17, 2014 - 9:31PM #17
Thanoukanh
Posts: 7

This a funny title to me... Let me explain. I've been skateboarding since 1985 back in a small town of Clovis, New Mexico. Thrasher magazine was the only thing I had to get my info about tricks and suchs. In the 80's was nothing but transitions - lauch ramps, quarter pipes, half pips and pool skating. So I built a small half pipe with my friend. So I guess I was transition/lauch ramp skater. I use to just do tricks off the lauch ramp all day and night. I could wait to come home from school and hit up my lauch ramp. We did skate around town, but whoever's house we went too was just skating lauch ramps.


When H-Street came out in 1990 street skating was starting to get big. skaters like Matt Hensley was doing ollie back side grabs, no complys and such. So we started this group call "Street Brigade" which derive from the Powell & Peralta team "Bones Brigade" - Tommy Guerello, Mike McGill, Tony Hawk, Steve Cabarello, and Lance Moutain.


Then in 1992 or so later, transitions or vert skating died. Litterally die. Skateboard decks were about 7 inches wide and wheels went down to 38 mm in size. Just think that wheel bearing is 22 mm size. Yeah really small. From then on I pretty much just skated street. So this erra I'm a street skater.


Now around 2000 Magazines and videos were starting to do more transistions vert stuff and pool skating became "cool" agian. Now the cycle of skateboarding is back to it's full circle. For some one who is lucky enough to withness this erra is such a blessing to me.


So what is my style" ALL SKATEBOARDING".


2 months ago  ::  Feb 24, 2014 - 3:20AM #18
Zian
Posts: 74

Dude, that's tight! Do you know Steve Easley Jr.? (Sponsored by bones, AYC, and Element) Lol I'm just wondering because he hangs with the team all the time! Him and Kevin Kowalski were trying to hook me up with bones and Lifeblood but I made this horribly terrible tape lol! But that's tight man, have you slowed down or is it just getting better?

2 months ago  ::  Feb 28, 2014 - 9:59AM #19
Thanoukanh
Posts: 7

@Zian, Sorry I don't know any one with that name. I don't really know anyone on bones except Pat Channita, if he's even skateboarding anymore. As I got older, stuff happens to my body like things shutting down such as going blind in my left eye and such. Anyway, skateboarding is the ONLY thing that I can remember making me so happy to do everyday. I try to skateboard daily whether going to the skate park or just to the liquor store to get drinks and chips. I about to turn 43 years old on March 16, 2014 and I've never been more excited to skateboard. I'm glad to be back again.

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