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Dylan Rieder: 1988-2016 R.I.P. to one of the greatest of all time

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It’s strange to type this. Hard to believe what the keys are putting down, but Dylan Rieder has passed away from complications with leukemia. He was 28 years old.

Dylan’s influence is ingrained so very deeply in skateboarding and everything he touched, and forever will be. Happy to have had the pleasure to spend time surfing and skating with him and know he will be greatly missed by so very many. Always and forever.

Thank you, Dylan.

Still and always will be one of the greatest parts of all time: 

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