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80's Skateboarding

written by: neilg33
 
All you skate rats that grew up in the days when Tony Hawk was a scrawny kid and the Bones Brigade rode Powell Peralta, not Powell boards, here's a treat for you!

Question 1:


In the video, "Searching for Animal Chin" of successful skate team Bones Brigade, who was Animal Chin?
Tony Hawk
Lance Mountain
Stacy Peralta
The master of skateboarding

Question 2:


In the 1980's Tony Hawk's father, Frank Hawk was head of what organization?
The CIA
The National Rifle Association
The National Skateboard Association
Coca Cola of North America

Question 3:


What was the name of the two brothers who were both professional skaters in the late 70's, then resurfaced in the 80's to become dominant riders once again?
Steve and Tony Alva
Steve and Mickey Alba
Frank and Duane Peters
Stan and Mike McGill

Question 4:


This man, born in 1963 in New york, is the inventor of the ollie, a skateboarding move.
Natas Kapas
Alan Gelfand
Tommy Guerro
Mike McGill

Question 5:


He invented the aerial skateboarding trick, "McTwist" and first performed it in public in 1984 at the Del-Mar Skatepark contest.
Tony Hawk
Steve Cabellero
Lance Mountain
Mike McGill

Question 6:


What skateboard company switched their focus and skyrocketed to success with their clothing line in the mid eighties?
Mad Rats
Vision Street Wear
Vans
Rector

Question 7:


In skateboarding, what is a "Boneless one?"
A skater that doesn't like to fall
A classic trick, invented by Garry Scott Davis
A skateboard without a nose guard
A fall that doesn't break anything

Question 8:


Who was on the cover of the first issue of Transworld Skateboarding magazine?
Steve Caballero
Tony Hawk
Stacy Peralta
Christian Hosoi

Question 9:


This Texas artist drew the artwork for Zorlac skateboards and was a regular contributing artist for Thrasher magazine.
Vincent VanGogh
Henry Vincent
Pushead
Lance Armstrong

Question 10:


What was the name of the reader mail section of monthly skateboarding magazine, Thrasher, in the 1980's?
Air Mail
Skater Forum
The Daily Grind
Mail Drop

 


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