May 18, 1980
Adrian Lopez was present for the conceptual discussions of Zero Skateboards and in 1996 he became the first official team rider. After 2 parts in 411, a shared part in the Emerica video Yellow and his debut part in Thrill of it All, Adrian turned pro in 1997. Adrian’s anti-social approach to skateboarding was influential to the no-nonsense nature of the brand. His trick selection and unique skate style to sounds of classic heavy metal ballads also helped define the identity of the brand for future generations.While pushing the boundaries of his signature tricks, Adrian was on fire in the late 90’s and early 2000’s with the release of Misled Youth and Dying to Live.
Hometown: San Diego, CA