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    Skateboard Research Paper

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    Skateboard themed accessories for teens are the ideal way for your teen to exert their decorative creativity in his or her personal space. After all, teens have a way of claiming and decorating space like no one else can. For skateboard lovers there are a number of unique skateboard themed accessories for teens that can be used to decorate their bedrooms or other space. One of the favorites among the collection of skateboard themed accessories for teen is the Skateboard Speaker Shelf available in a pink pattern for girls and a brown pattern for buys. The Skateboard Speaker Shelf can be used in several ways. For one, this item can be stored on top of the self, while the front stores an iPod. Accessories included with the shelf are easy-mount…

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    1.0 Introduction In this report, we will explore possible shapes of a skateboard deck to see how it will affect the performance and mechanical properties. We will use a solid rectangle cross section as our reference shape to derive a shape factor that aims to keep the deck as light as possible. We used a solid rectangle as our reference shape because it is the ideal shape for commercial skateboards. This will allow us to directly compare our explored shape to what is currently used in the…

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    How the skateboard was invented and how it changed over time. The skateboard was invented by multiple people in 1958. The skateboard was made from roller skates attached to a board. This was invented for people that wanted something like suffering when there was no waves which was called “Sidewalk Surfing”. The changes that happen between 1958 and now are different in style, shape and size. In 1958 the skateboard was made out of roller skates attached to a board. In 1959 it was made with…

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    When i was 11 i discovered long boarding. I was watching youtube video’s one day about hover boards or something and found a video of someone riding down one of the steepest hill which is Baldwin Street in New Zealand which has a gradient of 35%. It's not the steepest hill in the world just the steepest drivable one. So this guy was going a little over 70mph on this long skateboard kinda thing and binge watched long boarding for the next week. I figured out the best brands what to put on it and…

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    Outdoor Education Lesson 2 Skateboarding is actually a very easy way to get hurt. There are many safety tips that should be followed to avoid or reduce the risk of getting injured. I know that when I skateboard, I always wear helmet because my brain is the most important part of my body. Most skateboard injuries happen to kids under the age of fifteen as well as beginners. Advanced skaters also get hurt as well due to trying very extreme tricks. I am an advanced skater and I have gotten hurt…

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    Longboards Risks

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    The recreational sport of skateboarding has become increasing popular in the United States. With more and more of the population enjoying the thrill of this sport, injuries are bound to happen. Injuries associated with the sport can be on a minor level – musculoskeletal or lower extremity injuries – but can also be deadly. According to Keays study, “There were 5 deaths associated with longboarding in Canada and the United States, 4 in 2013, and 1 in 2014.” Longer skateboards, also known as…

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    My Plans After High School

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    with good grades so I can see what happens after high school. (338) Skateboarding (S) If you ever met me my personality and the long hair kind of gives it away. The fact that I skateboard. Most people can just tell and they come up and ask me if I skate. I 've been doing it for a while, lots of falls, scrapes, cuts, all that good stuff. To be honest I can 't tell you the amount of times I 've come home with a busted up elbows, knees and twisted ankles. Having said that I never gave up I just…

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    California. this was when I lived in Kansas, so I was really excited to visit family I never met there. My uncle had a skateboard collection and my mom was riding around on a longboard. She asked me if I wanted to learn how to skate. I said yes. That was the best choice I ever made. Ever since then I have been fascinated with skating and learning new tricks. My brothers and I can all skate well, although my younger brother Azrael (who is 9) is the the best. We have all been learning slowly, but…

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    Skateboarding Skateboarding has been around for years and still continues to evolve. It still going and it won’t stop, till the end of time. People of this generation like to assume that skaters are delinquents and poorly educated. Being a skater, I completely disagree with these ludicrous stereotypes. In 2010, there were 308,747,508 people in the United States. Two point nine percent of all these United State citizens had at least once stepped on a skateboard in that year. Skateboarding…

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    Essay On Skateboarding

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    evenings and weekends Even if the the skateboard is adapted to the city, their presence is not a gift for everybordy. In fact, some people accept the skater in the public space but, this point of view is not shared by everybody. There are many reasons. In a first time, this sport have the inconvenient to let his taint. Main alterations are caused by the friction of Trucks * ( axle supporting the wheels ) when they are on slides ( FIG comprising slide along an edge on the trucks) . This part of…

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