professional skateboarder, dad, videogame character, ceo, kid chauffeur, global hopscotcher, food glutton & public skatepark defender. I'm old; get over it.
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the start of the best
Is that Upland?
i grew up skating the blue & clown ramps in dallas with the j phillips, c johnson, d wilkes & the rest of the zorlac crew. reminds me to dig out some pics! oh yeah and don't slide with those kneepads! lol
muito bom, relembrer os velhos tempos.
awsome, i grew up riding at Oasis, was there once a week minimum, Mom dropped me and my friend scotty there while she went shopping @ Mission&Fashion Valley malls... good times then thx!!!!
When I was 7 I asked Tony to sign my board at the closing of the DelMar skate park.He had no problem doing it. It was one of my fondest childhood memories. I wish I still had that deck.
A legend was born....
That looks so fun! Shouldn't some stuff like this be built into the new Carlsbad park? I'm gonna skate KONA on the 29th (start of A/O East Coast Tour).
lol, we must be about the same age...
Little did you know how magnificent your life would turn out....great picture for perspective of talent and the unknown.
*MAJOR CORRECTION* i meant ta say, "..."NOT" nearly az good az u, tho...":)...not remotely close
nice...i wuz sk8ing out in Cali in 78...same age...nearly az good az u, tho...wuznt ...went 2 Paul Revere...i remember the Vans, the OPs:)
@so_yesterday, Certainly not, I had a Nash starting out had to push myself and that board harder than you would have with the right gear, makes you that much better.
Nice I rode for Tom in the 80's. I saw some SIMS stickers on an underpass this weekend in Summerland Cali. Brings back some good memories!
Awesome! Proof to my 7 yr. old that he doesn't have to have a "name brand" board in order to pull off awesome tricks.
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