Braille Skateboarding is an action sports media company founded by Aaron Kyro. It all started on December 8, 2005, when he uploaded his first video on YouTube, an online video-sharing platform that had made its debut ten months earlier. But let's take a step back.
Aaron Kyro was born in San Jose, California in 1986. He started skateboarding when he was 12 years old, and quickly became passionate about the sport. However, Aaron also had a learning disability, and he struggled in school. He eventually dropped out of high school and started working at a local skate shop.
In 2005, Aaron decided to start a YouTube channel to share his love of skateboarding with the world. He called the channel Braille Skateboarding, and he started by uploading videos of himself skateboarding. The channel quickly gained popularity, and Aaron soon had a large following of viewers.
In addition to uploading videos of himself skateboarding, Aaron also started making instructional videos. These videos taught viewers how to skateboard, and they were a huge hit. Aaron's videos were so popular that he was eventually able to quit his job at the skate shop and focus on Braille Skateboarding full-time.
Today, Braille Skateboarding is one of the most popular skateboarding channels on YouTube. The channel has over 5 million subscribers, and Aaron's videos have been viewed over 1 billion times. Braille Skateboarding also has a successful online store, which sells skateboards, apparel, and accessories.
Aaron Kyro is an inspiration to many people. He is proof that you can achieve your dreams, no matter what challenges you may face. He is also a role model for people with learning disabilities, and he shows that it is possible to succeed in life, regardless of your circumstances.