Steve Caballero

Steve began skating in 1976 at the age of 12 and started his career at age 14. His first sponsor was Campbell Skate Park. In 1979, Caballero entered a national skate contest in Escondido, Ca. After finishing fifth place, he was approached by Stacy Peralta who offered him sponsorship with Powell Peralta and Steve joined the infamous Bones Brigade. He turned pro in 1980 during the Gold Cup series at the Oasis Skatepark, Southern California. By this time, Caballero had invented the 'Caballerial', a skateboarding trick also known as the fakie 360 ollie. Caballero is also credited with inventing the frontside boardslide, backside boneless one, les twist and switch inverts...Steve continues to chase his dreams and is passionate about all the things life has to offer.