Cliché Skateboards is a trademark of Jeremiah Daclin founded in 1997. Cliché is a skate brand that was created European pause for an alternative to U.S. skate brands that domminent market. In 2000, the first video Cliché fate: "Europa". In 2001, following the victory at Lucas Puig V7 Teenage Tour, Lucas Puig joined the team Cliché. In 2002, Fred Mortagne begins skate video Cliché Bon Appétit (released in 2004). In 2004, Cliché skateboards out the Gipsy Tour (Gypsy Tour) where each rider is entitled to 10 euros per day! In 2006, Master is the first European brand won the title of best team of the year TWS awards. In 2009, the brand combines Dwindle Distribution which already manages brands Enjoi skateboards, skateboard Speed demons, Almost Skateboards, Blind Skateboards, Darkstar Skateboards, and Tensor trucks.
Lucas Puig, Ricardo Fonseca, Javier Mendizabal, Cale Nuske, Jérémie Daclin, JP Gillet, Joey Brezinski, Andrew Brophy, Charles Collet, Flo Mirtain and Sammy Winter.
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