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Throwback Thursday: New Deal Skateboards


New Deal skateboards are coming back. They are having 30th anniversay relaunch and bringing out all their classic graphics for 1990-92.  New Deal was the original useless wooden toy and now might be the time to look back on their classic videos. Continue reading “Throwback Thursday: New Deal Skateboards”

What Are Skateboard Bushings: A Parents Guide

So you bought your child a complete skateboard, and they are having issues with turning, carving, or even just riding in a straight line. Some of these issues can be down to learning how to skateboard, and in other cases, you might need to change their truck bushings. Continue reading “What Are Skateboard Bushings: A Parents Guide”

Skateboarding: Help Your Child Cope With Failure

No one wants their child to do badly, we all wish the best for our children. We want them to succeed and do better in life than we have done. There will though be hiccups along the way. Days where things didn’t work out or go according to plan. On those days we need to help our children learn to cope with failure. Continue reading “Skateboarding: Help Your Child Cope With Failure”

All You Need To Know About Skateboard Bearings

Skateboard bearings can be complicated. Some will be screaming at you that they are the best as they are ABEC 9? Others will say they are better as they are shieldless but what is the truth and as a parent what do you need to know? Continue reading “All You Need To Know About Skateboard Bearings”

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Skateboarding

This is a brief introduction and will contain a brief outline considering skateboarding and the original Olympics, not the current Olympics, but by the end, you will hopefully be able to impart some wisdom from Homer (not Simpson) on your friends. I have also posted this on an old blog that I can no longer remember the password for. Continue reading “An Introduction to the Philosophy of Skateboarding”

A Return to Skateboarding

A couple of years ago I went down a huge mental breakdown. I lost parts of my identity. I lost parts of my life, and I nearly took my life. I didn’t really know what to do or where to go. I just floundered around while around me a whirlwind of chaos flowed.

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