Todd Huber started his Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Museum at the old Skatelab location in Simi Valley, which closed in January after a 21-year run. Last October, he moved his unbelievable hoard of used, abused—and well-loved—skateboards to the Simi Valley Town Center making it the largest collection of historic skateboards in the world. (Skatelab was essentially considered “The Berrics North,” and was frequented by Mike Mo Capaldi and Donovan “It Was a Good Day” Strain.)

Yahoo interviewed him for its Lifestyle series “#Obsessed” and unearthed some pretty fascinating details about his motivation. And 54-year-old Huber also provides you with the quote of the day, which should definitely put things in perspective for skaters of all ages: “I’m not that good… but I’m better than a lot of these kids.” Lol.

The Skateboarding Hall Of Fame held its 2019 ceremony this year; check out highlights from the event below:


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