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The Motorized Skateboard With Motors In The Wheels

Post Modern Skateboard has no board, just two wheels

Originally posted on jwinnovation's Blog:

When a product shows up on the pages of the Hammacher Schlemmer catalog, you know it’s bound to be entertaining. ThePost Modern Skateboardcertainly fits that description. You might notice the almost complete lack of resemblance to a skateboard as we know it. This product consists of two 10-inch round wheels with foot platforms inside.

A better description would be “annular skates.” “Annular” just means ring-shaped. “Skates” is self-explanatory. Forward movement is created by leaning side to side, a process that looks like it would take some practice. An extendable rod is included to connect the two skates together for easier learning.

This campaign will probably make you put down your phone for on minute

A demonstration video shows practiced riders cruising down sidewalks, making tight spins and rolling over grass lawns.

The $99.95 (about £68, AU$131) Post Modern Skateboard seems to be more spiritually akin to a…

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More growth, more drops, skateboard decks, paper shopping bags, bits of wood…


Originally posted on blog by Zaycev Vlad:

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The Skate Park in SLO is Finally Open!

Originally posted on Live SLO:

In 2007, 200 skateboarders showed up to SLO City Hall to say that the old wooden ramps wouldn’t do and the city needed to invest in a real skate park, or so the story goes. Eight years and $2.2 million later, the grand opening of the new SLO skate park was this weekend. The park features 15,500 square-feet of skate-able concrete, an outdoor amphitheater, and public art for people to enjoy. It is located in Santa Rosa park off Santa Rosa between the 101 and Foothill Blvd.


The grand opening was a pretty awesome event with food trucks, live bands and dj’s, a pro skate and vendors booths. From a design aspect the park is really quite beautiful and coming from someone who doesn’t know a lot about skateboarding, looks like it has a ton of fun things to skate!

DSCN5677 So many people were there!

The event kicked off at 12:30…

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