|By PR Newswire||
|February 1, 2014 12:00 AM EST||
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Freestyle Skateboarding Fanatics is a newly created Facebook community that offers a place for those who subscribe to the freestyle skateboarding lifestyle to share their experiences through photos and videos. The community fan page says, "Freestyle Skateboarding is not a hobby, it's a way of life!" and promises those who "like" the page, "gnarly videos, dope tricks, and hot girls!" Within just a few short days of being created, the fan page has already gathered quite a number of followers.
The new community caters to skaters, both young and old, who love and enjoy the freedom and creativity of freestyle skateboarding. This particular style became popular in the '60s and developed over the years, with new tricks and routines being pioneered by brave skaters who were not overly afraid of breaking an odd bone or two once in a while. Nowadays, freestyle skateboarding has grown from the small group of off season surfers, practicing their skills in drained swimming pools, from whence it came, to large scale professional freestyle skateboarding competitions being held worldwide.
The Freestyle Skateboarding Fanatics Facebook page is updated with new photos and videos on a daily basis. These pictures cover anything that skateboarding enthusiasts would be interested in, from humorous quotes and outstanding skateboard tricks and stunts, to pictures of beautiful girls and guys from all around the skateboarding world. The videos featured also show the coolest tricks from freestyle skateboarding events from all across the globe. The community offers something for everyone who loves to skate, and fan submissions are also very welcome.
To become a fan of the Freestyle Skateboarding Fanatics Facebook fan page, or simply check out what it has to offer, please click here.
Media Contact: Dan Adams, Freestyle Skateboarding Fanatics, 949-677-8083, FreestyleSportsFanatics@gmail.com
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SOURCE Freestyle Skateboarding Fanatics