Top 36 Tony Hawk Quotes

Anthony Frank Hawk is a professional skateboarder in America, the owner of the skateboard company known as Birdhouse. He is also renowned as a great entrepreneur. He has finished his first documented “900” skateboarding trick and licensed a video game series published by Activision. Tony Hawk is also a pioneer of modern vertical skateboarding.

In 2002, he founded the Boom Boom HuckJam, an extreme sports show and tour that debuted in Las Vegas. Aside from sports, he has appeared in films, on television, and in video games. His participation in different charity endeavors has made him one of the most well-known footballers. He also has his own Tony Hawk Foundation, which works hard to establish skate parks in underserved areas.

In addition, FoxWeekly ranked him the most influential skateboarder of all time in 2002. The top 36 Tony Hawk quotes are given below, and these quotes will benefit you in some way.

“You might not get it to the top, but doing what you love will provide you far more satisfaction than being rich or famous.”

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“I’m not going to stop skating until I’m physically unable.”

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“I feel like skating is as much a lifestyle and an art form as it is a sport, so there’s so much that transcends in terms of music, fashion, and entertainment.”

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“I believe skateboarding to be an art form, a way of life, and a sport.” “The least objectionable classification would be ‘action sport.'” Tony Hawk’s

“When I was eleven or twelve years old, my board got hung up on the top of a bowl, and I received a concussion and knocked my teeth out.” That was the first time I was really injured, and I was transported to the hospital in an ambulance, which made my parents nervous.” Tony Hawk’s

“It was just a personal success when I landed the first 900 at the XGames.” It was something for which I had worked for years and years and had, in many ways, given up. But I hadn’t considered the impact that would have.” Tony Hawk’s

“If you look at the popularity of snowboarding in the Winter Games and how that’s brought a more youthful edge to the Olympics in general, the Summer Games don’t have that.” They don’t have anything that attracts a younger audience.” Tony Hawk’s

“I believe that people should be proud of what they do, even if the general public scorns or misunderstands it.”

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“I was nerdy and obsessed with computers.” “I was a decent student until my senior year, when I began traveling and missed a lot of classes.” Tony Hawk’s

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“When you break your pelvis, you can’t do much.” I couldn’t get out of bed for approximately six weeks. Anything that causes your body to tremble is excruciating all over, so you can’t cough, sneeze, or go to the bathroom.” Tony Hawk’s

“Do not be terrified of women. That is my major regret. I should have just gone for it, knowing what I know about girls. “Girls are such wusses.” Tony Hawk’s

“You just have to adjust and figure out where people are going to play their games.” It used to be just Nintendo and PlayStation, but now it includes a wide range of devices. So you must learn to adapt what you know from technology to those sectors… I’ve always wanted to make a mobile game.” Tony Hawk’s

“If you have your name on a game, you have to learn how to play.”

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“When people start talking about venture capital and money and how to produce this and that, a lot of it is like sitting in an escrow meeting when all you want to do is purchase a house and you’re signing 50 pieces of paper but you have no idea what they’re talking about.”

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“The professional skaters I know are good citizens.” Many are fathers, homeowners, global travelers, and successful business owners. Even when they raise eyebrows during PTA meetings, their hairstyles and tattoos are simply part of our culture.” Tony Hawk’s

“I was skating with pals in my area, and then one of them asked me to the skate park.” I knew I wanted to try it when I saw individuals flying around – literally flying in and out of bowls. And “I wanted to figure out how I was going to get there and how I was going to fly.” Tony Hawk’s

“Skating was popular, but not widespread. It had an underground following, and you could go on tours, win decent prize money, and collect royalties from trademark things – that’s how I ended up buying a house as a senior in high school.” Tony Hawk’s

“I’ve had my fair share of calls where I just giggle. Someone once approached me about creating a signature Hawk fragrance. ‘Of what?’ I thought. Pads that sweat? “Am I wringing out my pads into a perfume bottle?” Tony Hawk’s

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“Technology has enabled me to communicate directly with my fans.” Social media has completely transformed how people communicate, promote, and share information.” Tony Hawk’s

“I leapt between two seven-story buildings in Los Angeles, using ramps to launch from one rooftop to the other.”

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“I wanted to spread as much information about skateboarding as possible through various media.”

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“In ramp skating, there’s this guy named Alex Perelson who is really coming into his own and performing some incredible new stuff that we haven’t seen before.” “It’s just different kinds of spin.” Tony Hawk’s

“When you have videos up on websites that were actually shot the same day, the entire skate community knows straight away when new tricks or methods are available.”

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“I enjoy snowboarding, but I would never do it competitively or professionally.” Skating is the origin of snowboarding, and skating is my passion.” Tony Hawk’s

“I love that there are skate parks in practically every city now, but it will always have a rebellious/underground edge to it because it is centered on uniqueness.”

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“A teacher recently asked my youngest son’s pre-school class what their fathers do for a living. My father sells money, and my father figures things out, were among the comments. ‘I’ve never seen my father work,’ my son said. That is correct. Skateboarding may not appear to be actual labor, but I am proud of what I do.” Tony Hawk’s

“I ate it up whenever skating was featured in a video game.” So I was shopping this video game concept about 1997-98. When I went to Activision, I was considering my alternatives, but when I saw what they were working on, I said, ‘This is exactly what I’d like to be engaged with,’ and following that gut instinct was extremely fruitful.” Tony Hawk’s

“The most important lesson I learned from my father is to support children even if they are doing something unconventional.”

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“There are some endorsements I wish I hadn’t taken when I was younger and didn’t know any better.” But I didn’t have many options at the time. Nobody was knocking on my door.” Tony Hawk’s

“It was such a small community when I first started skating.” You didn’t want to be rich or famous or make a profession out of it because no one had done it before.” Tony Hawk’s

“Honestly, Tyler, The Creator is the best skater I’ve seen who raps.” He can really skate… He’s the real deal.” Tony Hawk’s

“Because my parents relocated, I had to change high schools three times.” Miki Vukovich was a freshman year friend of mine. Miki and I were our high school’s only skaters. He is now in charge of my foundation.” Tony Hawk’s

“I was far more cultured than the other students at my high school.” Because I traveled, I gained a better understanding of diverse cultures and a more global perspective. Most of my high school classmates had never traveled outside of California.” Tony Hawk’s

“There’s a stigma about skating. People think of it as a kid’s sport. People kept telling me I couldn’t possible make a life out of it. Then they thought I couldn’t keep it up in my 30s. And here I am in my 40s, and I’m still refining my skills.” Tony Hawk’s

“I started skating when I was approximately 10 years old. It was in an alleyway. I grabbed up my brother’s skateboard and stood on it. I started to roll down the alley, and I yelled at my brother asking him how I turn the thing. At the end of the alley, I just stepped off, scooped up the board and physically turned it around.” Tony Hawk’s

“If I can stand up when I’m 80, I’ll be thrilled to cruise about on a skateboard. If I feel that my talents are eroding, I just won’t do it publicly.” Tony Hawk’s

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