Skate: Legacy. The History of Plan B Skateboards - Danny Way

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This week’s episode of “Legacy. The History of Plan B Skateboarding” focuses on Danny Way’s constant determination to progress his skateboarding. World Industries founder, Steve Rocco, even tells us the story of how as a 14-year-old, Danny told him he wanted to be the Evel Knievel of skateboarding. Since the DC Video, we’ve seen the mega ramp all over the world, mini-megas, and Danny’s latest thing, the step-up ramps in Hawaii. For a team as good as Plan B, it only makes sense that its owners would be pushing themselves just as much as they were when they were on the original Plan B.

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Danny Way,
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© Sacktap & 12ozProphet - Wednesday November 28, 2012 at 09:00 AM

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