Skaters?

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Dec 15, 2006

Skaters? by directive0 at 6:28 PM (705 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. directive0
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    Just wondering how many are here? Street, vert, speed, slalom? Any?
     
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    +1 to the list.
    Around these parts it seems you ride what you can, people seem to like freestyle on ramps though.
     
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    Former Staff mthrnite So it goes.

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    Street skater from waaay back (also a little halfpipe, but very little and I suck.)
    First (real) deck was a Wooden Ship w/ Gull Wings & green Krypts..
    Currently on a Dogtown deck w/Gull Wings & Nude Eels
     
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    +1 I think.
    I still skate when I have time. Used to skate alot when I still lived in HK.
    One of the reasons I don't skate is the serious lack of hardware and shoes here. [​IMG]
    I still have a number of Element featherlite decks imported from HK.
    (I paint them over them. [​IMG])
     
  5. directive0
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    thats pretty cool, I figured there be a few in the wood works. I find it actually really helps to see where people are coming from by what they do for fun. I already figured everyone here was a gamer, but thats a little more info. Anybody got pictures of local spots? I'm a bit of a whore for good skate locales. I'll bust up a pick of my local park.

    [​IMG]

    I've been skating street since I started 12 years ago, but this year I branched out into more racing related stuff like downhill and slalom. I know I know, its gay, but its actually alot of fun. I co-run a skate design "company" with my buddy making racing boards for people. Again, I know, its super lame but I have fun with it.

    glad to know theres some fellow rippers hanging 'round. Good on ya.
     

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