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  • Writer's pictureWill Ermish

Skateboarding Classes in Los Angeles

Skateboarder holding his board on his shoulder at the skatepark

Oh boy, skateboarding culture in Los Angeles! It's like a scene straight out of a Tony Hawk video game. From the Venice Beach Skatepark to the Hollywood High School stairs, skaters can be found all over the city, trying to land the sickest tricks and impressing their friends.

And let's not forget about the fashion. Loose-fitting clothing, Vans sneakers, and graphic t-shirts with the logos of skateboard companies - it's like they all got dressed in the dark, but somehow still look cool. It's like the fashion equivalent of the "I just rolled out of bed" look, but with a board under your feet.

But the best part of skateboarding culture in LA is the music. Skaters have embraced punk rock and hip-hop as their anthems, and it's not uncommon to see a skater with headphones on, bobbing their head to some sick beats while they shred the streets. And let's be real, who hasn't tried to do a kickflip while listening to the Beastie Boys?

And of course, there's the infamous Hollywood High School stairs. These stairs are so steep and intimidating that even the bravest skaters tremble at the thought of attempting them. It's like the Mount Everest of skateboarding, and if you can conquer it, you'll go down in skateboarding history as a legend. Or at least, that's what you'll tell your friends.

But in all seriousness, skateboarding culture in Los Angeles is a unique and vibrant part of the city's identity. Skaters have turned the urban landscape into their playground, using the streets and alleys as their canvas for creativity and self-expression. And whether you're a skater or just a spectator, there's no denying the energy and excitement that comes with the skateboarding scene in LA. So grab your board, put on your Vans, and let's see what sick tricks you can land. Just don't blame us if you end up with a few bruises and scrapes.


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