Watch the godfather of recent skateboarding ship embryonic methods off his driveway quarter-pipe within the days earlier than his fame.
Skateboarding was “again” in 1986, in line with CBS 8 San Diego’s Linda Mour, and “no person was flying greater” than teenager Tony Hawk.
If the one proof you thought-about was the air he received off his do-it-yourself plywood quarter-pipe on this clip, you’d most likely have thought in any other case even on the time.
Watch younger Tony shred — or the mid-’80s equal of what that phrase meant — on native information. And benefit from the child skateboarder’s fledgling on-camera method: “I’m identical to everyone else — it’s simply bizarre.”
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