Skateboarding's first street pro and inventor of the boneless one, GSD.
Always respected the diy-renaissance steez of heads like Garry, Swank and Bend/Jenkins back in the day. They had such a huge impact on me when I first skating, essentially serving to inform me that skateboarding was so much more than just tricks... that this was not just some clean, clear-cut "sport". Sometimes its what you did off your board... A big influence on me to this day.
Wish I had some of his 'zines scanned (which was part of this post's delay)... love those Street Sheets though.
Glad to finally have this one up here.
No GSD Speed Freaks section online? Bummer.
Big up to Brink.
Remember when a car was a staple of any self-respecting, half-decent street course?
Today's my birthday. Figured today's post should show my age accordingly.