Peter Ramondetta isn’t a born and bred San Francisco local but his years spent living and skating in the City by the Bay have definitely rubbed off. He skates fast and fearless blending solid technical skill with unique tricks and consequential lines. Peter is also the rare breed who easily translates the power and flow of his street skating to the contest environment. Peter came up on the streets of Wichita, Kansas and Tulsa, Oklahoma before turning pro in 2007 and transplanting to S.F. And it’s there, in the steep, rough and legendary streets that his no nonsense, high-speed style of skating has flourished. His six-minute massacre of a segment in Real Skateboards’ 2011 film Since Day One was filmed all over the city and cemented Peter as one skating’s most respected and versatile pros. This tattooed regular-footer also isn’t afraid to put himself in the pressure cooker of competition. By skating in events like Street League he brings a heavy dose of rawness to every stop on the tour. With his ever-expanding bag of tricks, hard-hitting video parts, and the consistency to battle head-to-head against skating’s best, Ramondetta has earned every inch of his rise to prominence as one of today´s top pros.