A skateboard built for a time when skateboarding was just a novelty for teens.
A skateboarding made for the 21st century.
A modern day skateboard.
It’s been 30 years since skateboarding’s heyday in the United States and there’s a lot of history that can be traced back to that era.
The skateboarding industry was born in New York City in the early 1960s when an unknown artist named Bill Graham started building skateboards for skateboarding enthusiasts.
Graham’s creations are now seen as iconic pieces of Americana, and his skateboarding is celebrated in a variety of genres including the skate movie, skate shows, and even pop culture.
The first skateboard was made for a girl.
In 1978, Bill Graham decided to build a skateboard for girls.
His company, K-Stax, started out with the idea of building a skate board for girls, but soon realized they could also make skateboards specifically for boys.
So they built a skate park in California called The Great California Skatepark, which is where you see the classic images of Bill Graham in the iconic skatepark.
It was a very early concept, but K-STAX had been working on a skatepark in the 1980s and started using the same material and process as Grahams skateboard company.
Today, the Great California skatepark is a national attraction for the skateboarding community, with thousands of skateboarders gathered around the park every weekend.
Now, Bill and K-stax are doing a major refurbishment of the park.
They’ve got a brand new skatepark, and it’s been expanded to include a children’s playground, a kids’ play area, and a skate-based art gallery.
They have also decided to rename the skatepark to The Skating House of Hope.
K-STACX has also been doing a massive renovation of its skate park, with new art pieces, a new park, and new signage.
In addition, they’ve been rebranding its iconic skateboard as a modern day classic.KSTAX says that it plans to reopen The Skading House of Hopes in late 2017.
If they can pull it off, the park could be a huge attraction for kids of all ages.
But it’s not just about skateboarding.
Bill Graham is also known for his love of photography, and he’s built a collection of his skateboard photos that is now on display at the K-station, in Santa Monica.
The photos depict everything from the iconic logo and a giant neon “STAX” on the skateboard to Bill Graham’s classic skatepark and even the city’s name.
The collection has gone on display in the Santa Monica skatepark for over 30 years.
Bill also built a new skate park for the city of Los Angeles in 1978.
He wanted to build something for a younger audience, so he started with skateboards made for skateboard enthusiasts and created the first skate park with skateboard riders.
This was a small park with a lot less space, but it had a lot more creativity.
Today it has over 100 skateboards on display.
There are so many other things that Bill Graham did for skateboards.
He built the first full length skatepark at a time where skateboarding existed in a very small way.
He also designed the first indoor skate park and he built a second indoor skatepark where kids can skate while wearing helmets.
Bill also built the world’s first indoor skating rink, the Skating Center, which opened in 1973.
He designed a skating rink for a skateboarding event in 1977, and that event took place at a skateparade, which was a big deal at the time.
Bill’s legacy is also reflected in the film, The Great Skating Palace.
Bill had an incredible passion for skateparades and skateboarding, and when he decided to open his first skatepark he had to start from scratch.
This is a true testament to his love for skate, and the way skateboarding and skateparading intersected.
He had a great vision for the park, but he had a terrible idea about what would happen to the park once the park was opened.
Bill was so inspired by the park that he created an entire park out of scratch.
He even built his own skatepark out of a sheet of cardboard.
The park is now called The Skancing House of Grace.
The K-Station in Santa Ana is named after him, and I can’t wait to see the new space when it opens.