How I Started Skateboarding

Everyone has at least one standout early skateboarding memory. “How I Started Skateboarding” presents pro skaters and their story…

  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Tristan Rennie

    How I Started Skateboarding: Tristan Rennie

    Tristan Rennie got an early start in skateboarding, with the inspiration of his high-flying dad. While other kids his age were choking on Legos and trying to figure out how people can live inside TV sets, five-year-old Tristan was embarking…

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  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Trent McClung

    How I Started Skateboarding: Trent McClung

    Being the youngest sibling is not easy—but in Trent McClung’s case it was. As the youngest of the three McClung brothers, he always had someone rad to skate with.

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  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Matt Miller

    How I Started Skateboarding: Matt Miller

    When you start skateboarding you start from the ground up. We tend to take the basics for granted (like how to set up your trucks) after we cross the threshold and become “experienced.” Matt Miller learned by trial and error…

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  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Evan Smith

    How I Started Skateboarding: Evan Smith

    You don’t choose to skate—skateboarding chooses you. Find out how the universe told Evan Smith he needed to get rolling in the latest “How I Started Skateboarding.”

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  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Daniel Espinoza

    How I Started Skateboarding: Daniel Espinoza

    One of skateboarding’s biggest open secrets is that rollerblades serve as a gateway for skateboarding addiction. Many skaters crossed over from the dark side to enjoy fruitful careers (and never looked back). After hearing success stories like Daniel Espinoza’s, maybe…

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  • Photo of How I Started Skateboarding: Joey Brezinski

    How I Started Skateboarding: Joey Brezinski

    Everyone has at least one standout early skateboarding memory. Joey’s story will forever taint how you view old school shapes.

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