It was one of the most successful skateboarding brands in the country, until the mid-1990s.
The Skateboard Alliance was one such brand.
It was owned by a former Canadian Prime Minister.
In 1999, the government declared the board a national treasure and awarded the Skate Board Alliance $5 million to be spent on its restoration.
“The government of Canada has done a great job of conserving this wonderful brand,” says Kevin McAllister, executive director of the Skater Alliance.
“It’s really important to preserve it.”
And so, the Skatestock Alliance has been fighting for decades to restore the iconic board.
Now, with a new generation of skateboarders and parents wanting to go to a skatepark or skate park, the group is looking for another $5-million.
The board has had a lot of upgrades in recent years.
In addition to its shiny new logo, it has a new logo that was adopted by the American Skateboarding Association in 2014, and is used on the board that the Skating Channel launched in Canada in April 2017.
It is also the logo of the Canadian skateboarding league, the American Association of Skate Boards.
It’s a logo that has been a big draw for the Skaters Alliance.
The logo has become synonymous with skateboarding and the skateboard community.
“This is a brand that’s had an amazing, long history,” says McAllisters.
“And it’s really about a very unique brand that we’re all very proud of.”
McAllists board is a model that was designed by an artist, who was working on a new skateboarding brand.
The artist, John “Danko” Jones, created the board using a mixture of clay and glass.
The design is an amalgamation of two of skateboarding’s iconic skateboards, the Beebob and the Nikes.
The Beeboob is the board used by the likes of the Flaming Lips, Fatboy Slim, and The Strokes.
The Nikes is a skateboard that’s been around since at least 1969.
It has a long history in the skateboarding world.
It first came to prominence in the late 1960s when a company called Beebos produced an inexpensive, low-profile board that was a staple for the 1960s skateboarding scene.
The name “Nikes” refers to the Nicks name.
“They were pretty much the same board, just the N-shaped shape,” says Mark O’Neill, president of Skatiestock Alliance.
That meant the board was made with a N-shape, or a curved surface.
But that didn’t mean it was the same as the Beechob or Nikes boards.
The original Nikes, the “original Nikes,” were not made to skate, but to teach kids how to do it.
“I wanted to bring it back to life in a way that it would be fun for kids,” says Jones.
So he built the board from scratch and then designed a mold to create a replica of the original Nike.
The result was a model called the Nike Skatist.
The model has been on display in a skate park in Quebec City, and the Skats Alliance is now planning to open a skateparks in Toronto in the coming years.
“We want to bring that back to the skate park world,” says O’Neil.
The group hopes to have a permanent Skatesteak in the works by the end of the year.
McAlls board, with its glossy new logo and sleek, streamlined design, is going to be a staple of skateparades for a long time to come.