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If you happened to be involved in the skateboard industry circa 1991-1992, you're well aware of the fact that it needed a good swift kick in the seat of the pants - the magazines in particular.
The grandfather of all skateboard magazines was started by Surfer Publications in winter 1964 and was originally called The Quarterly Skateboarder.
It's hard to imagine a juice company becoming an enormous force in the world of 1960s skateboarding, but the Vita-Pakt Juice Company was no ordinary business.
The history of longboarding goes back to the roots of skateboarding, particularly in 1950s Southern California surf culture.
If you weren't skateboarding in Canada in the mid-to-late 1970s, you might not have heard of Wee Willi Winkels.
Michael Brooke is an institution. His name echoes in the skateboarding world as one of its leading promoters and missionaries.

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