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I first saw this guy on the Emerica video I think. I strange to think that you would first hear about a skater in the Emerica video.
Aaron Suski’s part from Emerica This is Skateboarding
Aaron Suski – Satori Stories
Hell on Wheels: Aaron Suski
Aaron’s is the godfather of the millennial style: he’s got tranny down, speed, and a killer street steez. And of course he gets the extra cool cred of being East Coast raw. NOTE: Being from somewhere other than California can be a huge boost to your skating career 🙂 (assuming you’re a sick skater to begin with).
If you’re looking for a great example of a salad grind – watch the videos above. That’s a great style to emulate. It’s clean, powerful, has it all tweaked out in a noticeable angle. I was watching Steve Caballero do salad grinds in a trick tip video – and even Cab doesn’t get them as tweaked out as Aaron does.
A Little Background on Aaron Suski
Aaron Suski is a professional skateboarder known for his smooth and technical style on the skateboard. He is from Phoenix, Arizona and started skateboarding at the age of eleven. Suski quickly gained a reputation as a talented skateboarder and started getting sponsored by various skateboarding companies.
In 2002, Suski turned pro and began competing in various skateboarding contests around the world. He quickly made a name for himself in the skateboarding community and became known for his impressive tricks and smooth style. Suski has won numerous contests throughout his career, including the TransWorld Skateboarding Street Invitational in 2007 and the Tampa Pro contest in 2009.
In addition to competing, Suski is also known for his work in the skateboarding industry. He has worked with numerous skateboarding companies, including Element Skateboards and Volcom, and has helped design and develop new skateboard products. Suski is also known for his work as a skateboarding coach and has worked with amateur skateboarders to help them improve their skills and reach their full potential.
Suski is also known for his philanthropic work in the skateboarding community. He has worked with various organizations, including Skateistan, a nonprofit organization that uses skateboarding as a means to empower youth in Afghanistan and Cambodia. Suski has also worked with other organizations to raise money for various causes, including the construction of skateparks and the promotion of skateboarding as a positive and healthy activity for young people.
In addition to his work in the skateboarding industry, Suski is also known for his activism and advocacy for social and environmental issues. He has worked with various organizations to raise awareness about issues such as climate change and has participated in various demonstrations and protests to promote social and environmental justice.
Overall, Aaron Suski is a highly respected and influential figure in the skateboarding community. He is known for his technical skills and smooth style on the skateboard, as well as his contributions to the skateboarding industry and his activism and advocacy for social and environmental issues. His dedication and passion for skateboarding and his commitment to making a positive impact in the world make him an important and inspiring figure in the skateboarding community.
Facebook page: facebook.com/aaronsuski