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1960’s the Hiltons left Skateboarding for Hotels

THIS IS SOME REAL EARLY SKATEBOARDING HISTORY, hope you like reading it! My friend Tara knows Steve Hilton of the famous Hilton family and I asked her to ask Steve if he remembers me and my brother Bruce skating and competing against each other back in the 1960’s! Steve and Davey Hilton were 2 of

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Doug "Pineapple" Saladino - 2020 Skateboarding Hall of Fame Inductee

Doug “Pineapple” Saladino

Find Doug on Social Media Douglas Keith Saladino was born of Filipino and Japanese heritage and raised in San Diego, California. He started skating in third grade on a homemade board his dad made him. When Cadillac Wheels came out in 1973, Doug began surf skating curbs and getting tubed under overhanging bushes. By the

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Bahne Skateboards - 2018 Skateboarding Hall of Fame Inductee


Bill and Bob Bahne grew up in San Diego, California during the era of hot rod cars and surf music. Bill, a jack-of-all-trades, has been an instrumental part of the three most significant side-stance sports that have developed over the last 50 years. He started shaping surfboards in the ’50s, before foam and fiberglass entered

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Ellen Berryman - 2016 Skateboarding Hall of Fame Inductee

Ellen Berryman

Follow Ellen on Facebook Raised in Encinitas, California, Ellen picked up a skateboard in 1975 when her sister took her to check out the smooth downhill paradise at La Costa and the skate scene there. Learning to ride on the wide-open streets of the half-completed housing development, Ellen would also meet and become friends with

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