Who has Ollied El Toro?

Who has Ollied El Toro?

Don Nguyen
Born Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Other names The Nuge, Pho King Nuge, Don the Nuge
Occupation Skateboarder
Known for Ollie down El Toro

Who Ollied El Toro first?

On that hallowed day, Nuge became the first skater to ever land a trick down the monumental spot. Almost nine years later and only a select few have followed in his footsteps.

What tricks have been done down El Toro?

Here is a list of tricks done down the El Toro 20 step stairs. 2001: Ollie by Don “The Nuge” Nguyen in On Video Winter 2003. 2006: Kickflip by Dave Bachinsky in Our Life. 2006: Backside Ollie by Ryan Dannettelle in What Its Called.

Who skated El Toro?

Nyjah Huston takes one afternoon to revisit the infamous El Toro 20-stair set that he tried to backside kickflip in 2016. Recently, El Toro High School, located in Lake Forest, CA, demolished the stair set completely leaving skateboarders questioning if the spot was done for good.

Who has landed the Lyon 25?

Ali Boulala
He also appeared on the cover of Thrasher magazine’s March 2016 issue by landing an ollie over Lyon 25, a 25-stair, measuring at a height of 14 feet 9 inches and a length of 22 feet, first made famous (though never landed) by Swedish skateboarder Ali Boulala in Lyon, France.

Can you skate El Toro?

50 second clip suggested7:40THE LEGEND OF EL TORO 20 STAIR – YouTubeYouTube

Why are El Toro stairs famous?

The El Toro 20 is named for its 20 concrete steps and for its home on the campus of the El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California. Over the past couple decades, this wide, steep monolith has witnessed some of the most beautifully senseless moments in BMX and skateboarding history.

Did El Toro get shut down?

El Toro, which has been shut down since June 29 after a partial derailment, has had nine reported ride incidents since 2018, according to state data examined by NJ Advance Media — more than any other attraction at Six Flags in Jackson Township.

Did they tear El Toro down?

If you paid any attention to skateboarding and BMX over the years, you’re likely to have seen the infamous 20-set in all kinds of edits. Well, turns out that the notorious stair set at California’s El Toro High School is being demolished.