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Kuickwheel Serpent Series Electric Skateboards

August 18, 2017

San Francisco based Kuickwheel just released their Serpent Series, and the two initial offerings are going to change the way you think about electric skateboards. Available in both a mini and longboard size, these are some of the lightest and most powerful electric skateboards on the market. The Serpent-C is the smallest electric board on [...]

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XTND Electric Board

June 1, 2017

The XTND Board is the best electric skateboard we’ve ever seen, and the prototypes displayed at Tech Crunch show everyone else agrees. The sleek board is handcrafted from carbon fiber, titanium and space grade materials using two hundred high-quality engineered parts that were all designed from the ground up. That’s reason enough to buy it [...]

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Acton Blink Qu4tro Electric Longboard

November 8, 2016

Acton, a Mountain View based transportation company, just released a new electric longboard that’s anything but traditional. Most electric boards combine existing decks and styles with added electronics for power, but the Acton Blink Qu4tro Electric Longboard was built from the ground up to be one of the most advanced electric skateboards on Earth. Four [...]

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Rollholz Retro Styled Skateboards

August 30, 2016

Tom Wilhem, a woodworker based in Dortmund, Germany, is making these fantastic Rollholz retro styled skateboards the old-fashioned way. Built with walnut, ash or other exclusive woods and optionally decked out with a bright pop of pastel red, blue or white, each cruiser is designed to be a callback to iconic old school decks while [...]

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eon by UNLIMITED Makes Any Skateboard Electric

July 28, 2016

If you like the idea of an electric skateboard, but you love your current setup, you need to check out eon: the first modular electric powertrain. Dreamed up by a group of engineers passionate about riding, racing and extreme sports, eon makes any skateboard electric with a modular power train setup that weighs just over [...]

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Haroshi – “Battle At The Berrics 9″ Trophy

July 8, 2016

As he has done in the past, sculptor Haroshi recently created the trophy for the ninth edition of the Battle At The Berrics. Perfectly matched with the contest held at the indoor skatepark in Los Angeles, the Japanese artist chose this time to create his version of the number 9 with his usual medium of [...]

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Allrover Stair-Rover Longboard

May 19, 2016

After a development period of three years, Allrover’s Stair-Rover Longboard is ready to tackle any uneven obstacles you can ride it over. The board uses a thermoplastic chassis, shock absorbers and heavy duty, flexible V-frames in conjunction with the eight, 60mm 80a wheels to create a riding experience like no other. Stairs aren’t a problem. [...]

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Watch Richie Jackson Perform Unreal Skateboard Tricks

Watch Richie Jackson Perform Unreal Skateboard Tricks

March 28, 2016

Richie Jackson is a skateboarder that, in addition to looking like he could front a British rock band, plays with every idea you have about tricks from playing too much Tony Hawk growing up. He rides street signs and construction barricades. He spins on rocks and vents. He surfs on concrete and slides down stairs. [...]

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NSURGO x Long Vo x Capcom – Street Fighter Decks

February 25, 2016

NSURGO has launched its new series of Street Fighter limited-edition skate decks. Officially licensed from Capcom, the initial offering features illustrator Long Vo’s (Udon Entertainment) rendition of four iconic characters from the legendary 2D fighting game franchise: Akuma, Blanka, Chun Li and Ryu. The decks feature stylized portraits on solid backgrounds that blend into the [...]

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David Shirgley ‘Politicians Make Me Sick’ Skateboard

January 20, 2016

The top of this skateboard has a natural wood finish, but the underside is all Shrigley. The British artist has, in his trademark style, embellished the deck with a simple illustration and a no-nonsense statement. Along with a green-faced man vomiting a purple mess come the words “Politicians make me sick.” For riding or adorning [...]

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Andy Warhol: Skateboard Colored Campbell’s Soup Cans

December 24, 2015

Among the most iconic works in modern art, Warhol’s 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans paintings took various forms, including a 1965 series comprised of 19 different colored cans. For these works, Warhol not only used ink colors that departed from real colors, but also spray painted the backgrounds and the lower (white) portion of the label [...]

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Fakir x Last Concept – Burning Dojo Deck’On

December 10, 2015

French artist Fakir has released a limited-edition Buring Dojo Deck’On three-deck set with the folks at Last Concept. Based on a hand-painted custom, Burning Dojo features an edgy take on Sushi with hand-signed and laser-engraved numbered pieces. Limited to 30 sets, this Sushi ‘n Skate mashup is available now at Last Concept for 350 Euros [...]

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