Best Skateboards for Beginners
whether your new to the game or picking up your first board after a few years hiatus, we've got the boards and knowledge to get you rolling.
Although most boards on the site can be used by beginners we have hand picked a few staple beginner boards to make it a little easier to learn on. Longer wheelbases and wider decks help with stability and balance, especially to begin
However, it is important to choose a board that is the right fit for your size and the type of riding you want to do. We've made this short guide to help answer any questions you might have
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First things first...
before you get started on your journey to become pro you need to familiarize yourself with the size of board you need (image of feet placement)
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A little smaller than street boards with a narrower truck makes cruisers a little more challenging to ride to begin, BUT still great for beginners as they offer a highly maneuverable board with bigger wheels to crush sidewalks, bumps, pebbles and other debris.
They can also work well for smaller riders who may have a harder time with the longer boards.
To cover both basis we built a hybrid street cruiser with upgraded wheels to
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Longboards come in multiple styles for cruising or downhill skating. To start we're gonna assume you're looking to cruise and get the hang of things before bombing the hills. Here are our picks for
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