Whilst the board seems quite small to a novice skateboarder like me, it is incredibly sturdy. The retro cruiser boards come in a huge range of colours and the technical information you need is as follows.
Deck: 22 x 6″
Truck: 3″ high performance aluminium trucks
Wheels: 59x45mm PU wheels
Bearings: ABEC7 bearings
Max Load: 80kg
The board is certainly big enough to take a large adult (cough). Here’s the Husband demonstrating the point, although he’s not a big fan of the pink / blue combo. Caitlin is standing behind him laughing.
Obviously I would suggest full protective gear because as soon as Ieuan put one foot on it, he was flat on the floor!
I am threatening to follow the kids round Cosmeston Nature Reserve on my skateboard when the Husband next takes them out on their bikes. They don’t seem too convinced.
Skates.co.uk also have a great range of scooters, skates and Heelys. There’s free next day delivery and a Price Match Promise to boot (or skate).
Caitlin, about to show me how it’s done apparently
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Midlife mum from Cardiff. Wine Imbiber. Likes glitter, fluff and olives. Approaching tweendom with Caitlin (11) and Ieuan (10). The husband is hiding in the loft.
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