The US is a land of great diversity and great freedom, but it also contains a lot of skaters.
A lot of them.
And they’re buying skateboards.
The number of skateboarders in the US has jumped from about 3.7 million in 1980 to more than 6.4 million today, according to the US Department of Transportation, a number that’s up by nearly 200,000 since 2007.
That’s the equivalent of an 8 percent jump in the country’s population since 1980.
And for a country that’s only about 8 million people, that’s a lot.
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What are skaters?
Skaters are people who skateboard around on bikes, skateboards or scooters, and the majority of them ride the bikes or scooter as well.
They also go by the names of “skaters,” “skateboarders,” or simply “skater.”
Skaters and skaters aren’t exactly the same thing, but they’re similar in that they share a lot in common.
The term “skates” is the oldest skateboarding slang word, dating back to the 1960s.
“Skates” came into use in the early 1990s when skateboarding became more popular than any other sport, so people started referring to each other by their nicknames.
In the same way, skateboarding came to be known as “boarding,” a term that originated in the 1970s.
Skateboarding has been a part of the US skateboarding scene since the 1980s, and in many ways it’s evolved along with the skateboarding culture.
Skaters grew up in skateboarding’s heyday in the 1980th and early ’90s.
They were born in the 80s and ’90