Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 Skaters list: All secret skaters, outfits and every character in Pro Skater listed

Everything you need to know about the skaters in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 has a wide variety of skaters for you to experiment with in skate tours.

This selection of characters includes the hidden secret skaters and the ones you personal craft using the Create-A-Skater mode. You can also unlock various outfits for each skater to wear.

Below you'll find a list of all the skaters included in the standard edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, as well as everything you need to know about the exclusive skaters and outfits included with the deluxe edition.

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Skaters in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 explained

Skaters are the characters you can play as in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.

You can switch between skaters whenever you please, allowing you to experiment with different skateboarding styles. Each character has their own skateboarding strengths and weaknesses - whether it's how long they can balance on a rail to their overall speed - and you can improve these abilities by collecting experience points.


Since all of these skaters can be played in any of the modes available in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, you don't have to worry about losing the progress you've made in developing any of these characters.

You can also unlock a variety of new outfits and skateboards for each skater to wear and use.

You can unlock new outfits.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2: Skater list

If you buy the standard edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, you'll have a choice of 21 skaters from the very start of the game. This number increases to 22 if you've purchased the deluxe edition.

Aside from the above skaters, there's any additional two characters that you can unlock.

Below you'll find all of the skaters available in the standard edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, including their hometown:

Name Hometown
Tony Hawk
San Diego, California
Bob Burnquist
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Jamie Thomas
Dothan, Alabama
Rodney Mullen
Gainesville, Florida
Steve Caballero
San Jose, California
Bucky Lasek
Baltimore, Maryland
Chad Muska
Los Angeles, California
Elissa Steamer
San Francisco, California
Eric Koston
Los Angeles, California
Geoff Rowley
Liverpool, England
Kareem Campbell
Harlem, New York, NY
Rune Glifberg
Copenhagen, Denmark
Andrew Reynolds
North Hollywood, CA
Aori Nishimura
Tokyo, Japan
Leo Baker
Brooklyn, New York, NY
Leticia Bufoni
São Paulo, Brazil
Lizzie Armanto
Santa Monica, California
Nyjah Huston
Laguna Beach, California
Riley Hawk
San Diego, California
Shane O'Neill
Melbourne, Australia
Tyshawn Jones
Bronx, New York, NY

Secret skaters in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 explained

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater wouldn't be a proper Tony Hawk's game if there weren't a couple of secret skaters waiting to be discovered.

Secret skaters are characters that can only be unlocked and played as if you managed to complete a certain challenge or challenges in-game. Once you've achieved this, you'll be able to play as these skaters whenever you like.

One of these secret skaters even resembles a certain actor.

So far, we only know of two secret skaters appearing in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 and these are:

How to unlock skater's outfits in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2

With exceptions, every skater in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater has two outfits that can be unlocked by completing two different challenges while playing as them; exactly which challenges you need to complete depends on which character you wish to unlock outfits for.

There are three different sets of outfit challenges available and each set consists of two individual challenges, with each skater being assigned to a specific set.

It's important to note that you must have game mods disabled if you wish to complete the majority of these challenges. The only skaters that don't have any outfits challenges are the secret skaters and The Ripper who is a deluxe edition exclusive.

You can find the outfit challenges in the Skater Challenge sections.

Deluxe edition owners should also know that the retro outfits for Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero and Rodney Mullen are automatically unlocked when you start the game, so you don't need to complete any challenges to receive these outfits.

Below you'll can discover which skaters have been assigned to which outfit challenge set:

5 For 1 (Complete a trick above the High Combo Score on 5 Classic Parks) and Combination Lock (Land a Combo above 100,000 points on any Classic Park)

  • Andrew Reynolds
  • Bob Burnquist
  • Geoff Rowley
  • Kareem Campbell
  • Lizzie Armanto
  • Riley Hawk
  • Rodney Mullen
  • Shane O'Neill
  • Steve Caballero
  • Tyshawn Jones

All New Competition (Earn a Medal Score on every competition park in THPS2 Classic) and Go For The Gold (Earn a Gold medal on any competition park)

  • Chad Muska
  • Jamie Thomas
  • Leo Baker
  • Leticia Bufoni
  • Rune Glifberg

Original Competition (Earn a Medal Score on every competition park in THPS1 Classic) and Go For The Gold (Earn a Gold medal on any competition park)

  • Tony Hawk
  • Aori Nishimura
  • Bucky Lasek
  • Elissa Steamer
  • Eric Koston
  • Nyjah Hustonr

Create-A-Skater mode in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 explained

Create-A-Skater mode does exactly what the name suggests - allows you to create a skater you can play as in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.

You can decide the skater's appearance, style of skateboarding, stance, push style and how skilled they are with each skateboarding ability.

You can decide the appearance of your skater.

The in-game shop will allow you to further customise this character by offering a selection of new clothing items, skateboards and other accessories, such as tattoos and wheels.

You can buy new items for your customised skater.

You can have a maximum of four Create-A-Skater characters at a time and, if you want to create a new one when this limit is hit, you'll have to delete one of your previous skaters.

Creating your own skater is definitely worth your time, because there's a selection of challenges that can only be completed by Create-A-Skater characters.

Exclusive skaters and outfits in the deluxe edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 explained

If you buy the deluxe edition of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2, then you'll receive an exclusive skater and three outfits alongside the game.

The exclusive skater you'll receive is The Ripper. This skeleton is inspired by the skateboards created by Powell-Peralta.

The Ripper.

When it comes to outfits, you'll receive special retro outfits for Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero and Rodney Mullen.

The retro outfits for Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero and Rodney Mullen.

Finally, the deluxe edition also includes some retro content for the Create-A-Skater mode, allowing you to make your own skater even more unique.

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