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How was the skateboard invented and how has it changed over
Transcript of How was the skateboard invented and how has it changed over
Skateboard art has continued to evolve, sometimes skateboarding is looked at as transitioned to talking about art. When skating started most people saw it as a task, sometimes skateboarding is looked as transitioned to talking about art. But skateboards often lead to the victim of many stero types.
Skateboarding is actually considered to have developed from surfing, and was instantly known as sidewalk surfing with the first skateboard being introduced by Allan Ollie Gelfand, and his popularity is known as "The Ollie Tricks".
Skateboarding continues to grow as the anti establishment subculture the plywood ramp and street style. In the 80's skateboarding revitalized in regards to the "Ten Year Cycle" the sport once again on a upward swing in 1975. At the end of 1980's skateboarding it took yet another dive in popularity when vert skateboarding became far less popular than street skateboarding.
Skateboarding inspires kids ?
Skateboarding inspires kids and teens all over the world. Skating has changed a lot through out the years, But not only did it inspire kids, but it has also changed them. skateboarding is similar to a roller coaster, some people are always ging up and down literally. But that doesn't stop anyone from doing what inspires them best, skateboarding.
How has skateboarding changed over the years ?
What came out as a rare hobby has now became worldwide phenomenon, skateboarding has become increasingly popular within th last few decades. According to a recent study report there are now over 20 million skateboards around the globe. Not only has it influenced the generation through sports, but is affecting the culture as well.
By : Estrella Mejia