Lynn Kramer Class of 2024 Skateboarding Hall of Fame Inductee

Lynn Kramer

Lynn Kramer – Meet the Team, USA Slalom Skateboarding – full interview
Lynn Kramer - UCSD -Ramp Thrasher Magazine article August 1989
Lynn Kramer – UCSD Ramp – Thrasher Magazine article, August 1989 – Photo by George Medlock
Sk8board Nation Episode #26 – Lynn Kramer
Lynn Kramer carving the Brown Bowl
Lynn Kramer carving the Brown Bowl 1989 – Photo by George Medlock
Lynn Kramer Disaster Front Street
Lynn Kramer Disaster Front Street – Photo by Dave Shallenberger 1992
Lynn Kramer in Concrete Wave
Lynn Kramer in Concrete Wave – photo by Maria Carrasco 2005

Some of Lynn Kramer’s notable industry things:

  • 2023 – 17 times World Champion of Slalom Skateboarding
  • 2022 – An excellent profile of Lynn Kramer graces Womxn Skateboard History
  • 2018 – Present – She volunteers for Exposure, Skate Rising, and Sesh-E
  • 2019 – Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama ‘Honorary Sister of Shred’
  • 2011 – Interview Everything Skateboarding Magazine
  • 2007 – Received the first-ever women’s pro slalom board through Sk8Kings
  • 2004 – present. La Costa Racing Team. She helped develop the team as a partnership, then as a non-profit. She’s led the organization of dozens of slalom races, ranging from grass roots to 5 US Nationals. She currently serves as treasurer, head coach, and race production lead.
  • 2003 – present. CNC Parts Dept, She’s part owner.  Their customers include producers of sporting goods including skateboards, surfboards, and boats. (Of note, PS Stix) 
  • 2002 – 2003 At Kramer Engineering, she produced the Fiberflex mohagany/aspen boards at G&S
  • 1994 – 2001 At Taylor Dykema, she did the tool and part design and CNC programming for the Turner Hybrid and Hybrid G&S skateboards. They primarily made snowboards, for which she did the tool and part design, and material resource planning.
  • 1989 – Lynn worked at the Visalia YMCA Skateboard Camp at Sequoia Lake CA. 
  • 1988 – 1990 – Women’s Skateboard Network, Found 250 women skaters around the world and connected them through Equal Time magazine and a roster.
  • 1986 – 1990 – UCSD Ready to Shred, She helped build the ramps on campus and worked at the benefit concerts for money to maintain the ramps. 

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