Both started as illegitimate offshoots – skateboarding from surfing, video games from scientific computer laboratories – and found their own footing through periods of rapid refinement driven by core practitioners.
Riley Hawk's favorite tunes at the moment, mixed down into one streaming mp3.
"I just don’t like to associate skateboarding with sports, because I hate sports. I mean that’s why I skated in the first place."
I was hoping for some stories about crashing his dad's cars or partying in clubs with hot pantyless celebrities.
As long as there’s money to be made off of skateboarding, there are going to be people looking to package it up and sell the shit out of it.
J Strickland talks about creating the Baker logo, selling Heath Kirchart's footage for $10,000 and being the art guy at LE skateboards.
Drunken asshole Fred Gall tells Tony Hawk his rider Aaron "Jaws" Homoki can't get into Canada