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Favorite type of skateboarding?
I like it all!
What year did you begin skating?
What's your set-up?
REAL Steve Olson aces edition
thunder trucks,reds,bones med bushings, 58spf bones

Vision Psycho Stick
gullwings,reds,bones med bushings, g bone wheels

Hosoi hammerhead reissue purple
tracker,reds,bones med bushings,mini cubic green

Madrid 44 ratfink
tracker,titanium speed demons,med bones bushings, retro 66 orange zigzags

Pocket Pistols faster faster
trackers,reds,med bones bushings,bennett 80a 71mm

72 olo gun custom shaped one of a kind
amazing it has a style that will literally stop traffic
axle extensions
so many mods my favorite ride. custom wedge risers
This is parked in my garage and yes it has an alarm
I ride it near a dealership everyday i guy in a viper was drooling over it. I'm not kidding.

custom 60 coconut and blk micro
a dream come true
axle extensions handles like a Ferrari

2006 hammerhead hosoi
the most normal looking deck I ride

Pocket Pistols super rat
super small packs a punch with all the right money bumps

Ripper Powell 10"
crazy pool board

no flex and no sissy's
its got a deep pocket for your feet

Where do you live?
Kansas City Missouri
Have a website, let us know!
Helmets In Hands Founder
My top three skateboarding influences:
My Mom she made her own when she was a kid I love to hear the stories.
God he kept me alive after a bad skateboard crash I was more then lucky, 2 breaks in the skull. freak no helmet accident
My three kids they can assemble ride and embrace skateboarding, and that's beautiful.
What was your first skateboard?
Nash from Walmart
2nd was Sims Genii board
What skate mags do you read?
Concrete Wave
Are you sponsored? If so, please list your sponsors.
My sponsors vary between events I host.
Surf Rodz is currently sponsoring my helmet safety event along with Khiro, and a variety of other companies.
Wayne Gallipoli HIH logo designer and international Ad campaign designer.
Do you use safety gear when you skate?



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HIH is looking to expand it's image through the eye of your camera lens, unique pictures related to skateboarding of any discipline are in need. We can discuss property of picture, rights given and so on, or if you just want to give a pic with nothing

attached that's fine as well.

HIH is a collaborative team of skaters, determined to raise awareness in helmet safety and do so with the support of both the skateboard market, the extreme sports market , and any one out side of our market… Continue

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 9:08am — 1 Comment



Over a year and a half has passed sense I first discovered my dream board, I remembering flipping the pages of my Concrete Wave Magazine

looking for new skateboard company's so I could broaden my knowledge of this unique and artistic lifestyle. I have always taken pride in each and

every board I invest in, so to discover the Olo Gun was a dream and an investment come true. Now I cant say that that was the only board I inquired

in to but I did receive the fastest… Continue

Posted on September 9, 2009 at 7:50am



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At 9:32pm on November 24, 2009, Tim Rafferty said…
Thanks for the welcome - looking forward to working and being a part of HIH
At 8:30am on October 23, 2009, john hughes said…
Hey Tom, I still have the helmet I used in the movie SKATEBOARD 1977, it shows that I would not be here as I an today had it not been on my head. How can I help. I will do ANYTHING I can to support
At 1:14am on October 21, 2009, Andrew Lumley-Harvatt said…
Thanks Tom,
Nice to be onboard although I feel a little out of my depth . Started skating late in life but love it. But some of the stuff you guys get up to is mental....... Blame my folks as they would'nt let me have a skateboard in the 70's lol.
Stay in touch as it's good to talk to like minded people.
Big love from Blighty,
At 5:41am on October 2, 2009, Ken Firl said…
thanks tom.
At 3:45pm on August 31, 2009, Brandon Furnell said…
Hey Tom, Event se up looks great. See ya then...Probably sooner. Later on.

At 11:09am on August 31, 2009, jeremy brasel said…
haha you too, well right on man thats good to hear, but yeah im really looking foward to this event
At 5:11am on August 29, 2009, Daniel Gesmer said…
As mentioned, please send a direct email describing opportunities for Seismic to participate in HIH to:

At 10:45am on August 28, 2009, Daniel Gesmer said…
Glad to connect with you here on SBJ, Tom. Would you please send me a direct email describing opportunities for Seismic to participate in HIH? Please send to:
At 5:55am on August 26, 2009, Jack Smith said…
Hey Tom, welcome to TSJ.
At 2:15am on August 26, 2009, Tom Loveless Helmets In Hands said…
Helmets In Hands is about bridging gaps between
safety and image. We are committed to progression
in safety and in extreme sports. Experience
in extreme sports and in traumatic brain injury (TBI) has
allowed us to reach out with first hand knowledge.
We are creating unique opportunities to raise awareness
in (TBI) and helmet safety through demos, sponsorships, and
special events.

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