Braille Skateboarding Announces That Aaron Kyro Quits Skateboarding! I hate having fun, I never really liked being outside riding in the sun, I’m gone! Aaron Kyro, a sponsored skateboarder from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, quits skateboarding to become a rapper on April 1st.
Aaron Kyro, a sponsored skateboarder from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, quits skateboarding to become a rapper on April 1st. Here is his first song lyrics.
If you’re a skateboarder, you might have already seen a video or heard about Braille Skateboard, the YouTube channel created by Aaron Kyro. “My name is Aaron Kyro [AK], and I am a sponsored skateboarder from the San Francisco Bay Area.” This is the line that AK uses to start countless videos.
Kyro specialises in manual skating. In 2005, Kyro launch the Braille Skateboarding Youtube channel and has over 5.6 million sbscribers. Braille now has its own skate team and sells its own skateboards, skate shoes, tech decks and other merch.
When did Aaron Kyro quit skateboarding?
Aaron Kyro, a sponsored skateboarder from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, quits skateboarding to become a rapper on April 1st. Here is his first song lyrics. (Verse 1)
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How many subscribers does Aaron Kyro have?
The media production business grew, and Aaron hired more people to help with the extra workload. With around four million YouTube subscribers, the channel reached one billion views. Today, Aaron Kyro runs a skateboarding empire that is mainly focused on media production and monetizing videos.
Braille Skateboarding is an action sports media company founded by Aaron Kyro. It all started on December 8, 2005, when he uploaded his first video on YouTube, an online video-sharing platform that had made his debut ten months earlier. But let’s take a step back.
In 2020, the skateboard media company launched Braille Army, an interactive app that invites skateboarders to upload their video performances and help others improve their skills.
Falling in Love With Skateboarding. Aaron Kyro was born on September 10, 1983, in Denver, Colorado. At the age of six, he peered out of the car window as his family was driving through town and saw three kids riding skateboards. Aaron knew at that exact moment that he wanted to be a skateboarder.
Kyro’s success pretty much lies in making skateboarding accessible to everyone, boys and girls, men and women, young and old.
Some purists and old generation riders think that he doesn’t represent skateboarding because he’s responsible for the sport’s over-commercialization.
Kyro grew up in Red Lodge, a small town in Montana, where he raised funds for the construction of a local skatepark in 2002. “When I was 18 years old, I found out a specific piece of land owned by the city and asked if there was any way we could get the money,” Kyro once explained.