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    Default Skating on rough roads is hard; solutions?

    I recently started skating, needless to say I am really in love with it. My first board was a cruiser from tactics.com, I got used to riding it pretty quickly on my apartment complex’s rough roads, and I can ride it comfortably. I also have a regular popsicle shaped skateboard from ccs, it seems that riding these rough roads is way way harder; it’s louder and I need to push way more. Is this normal?
    I was thinking of riding my trick skateboard in the tennis court and practice my tricks there and I would cruise anywhere else with my cruiser. Eventually I want to go to skate park that is near me. Would this be a good solution?https://myip.kim/ https://birthdaywishes.onl/ https://elecpay.in/tneb/
    Last edited by TrevorGage; 02-08-2020 at 09:09 PM.

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    Yup only way to skate on them rough roads is to go fast or practice in place. The tennis court and the park will be much more fun.

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    Yeah it all has to do with your wheels. If you're commuting to a better skate spot, you could ride that cruiser and bring your current board with you. You could also switch out the wheels so you have bigger/softer wheels on your board and bring your normal wheels with you with a skate tool to change out.

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    This bot actually makes helpful comments. Kind of wild. It's not there as I post but they'll edit and add a hyperlink in later. I wonder if that is to prevent spam detection on the initial posting(not that our forum has it, but vbulletin itself does)

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