Aaron Kyro drops out of college to pursue his passion of skateboarding, creating a successful career and becoming an internet sensation who teaches and encourages others to get on a skateboard and start skating.
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“My purpose is to get as many people into skateboarding as possible.”
“The freedoms that you get are endless. You can go and do anything you want.”
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