Feel The Sensation Of Riding 3-Wheeled Shark Longboar Skateboard

Skateboarders, what do you think of Shark Longboar skateboard design? It’s been designed to provide you a high speed and the biggest drifting ability on a downhill ride. This certainly not your ordinary 4-wheeled skateboard, the 3 wheels sensation offers you a quiet unique experience of riding a long board.

Deck: 44.7″ L x 9.20″ W x 42″ WB
8 Ply Concave Maple / Flush Mount-Drop Through Mount
Trucks: Gullwing Sidewinder Trucks
Wheels: 69mm 9-Ball Slalom Wheels (75a or 80a)
Bearings: Greaseball Bearings: Abec 5
Hardware: Full Grip Tape w/ Die Cut for Logo, 1.5″ Bolt Pack

Designer : Richard Malachowski

Shark Longboar Skateboard

Shark Longboar Skateboard

Shark Longboar Skateboard

Shark Longboar Skateboard

Shark Longboar Skateboard

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Sudhar san says: October 23, 2010

How much it costs buddy

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Devin says: December 8, 2010

for your board you need more concave in the back area so that the persons foot would have more room to grip along with sharper edges to catch the edge of the board when sliding. the back wheel im interested in and am not quite sure about for the reason of its sizes and what looks like your bearing set up on the inside. i think you would have problems sliding because that inside mechanism would fail and its a rounded wheel and why is it independent from the front two. also is the back wheel independ and can it turn side to side or is it locked in because if it is thats a problem. i obviously haven't riden this board but interesting idea but changes need to be made. where can i find a video or has this board even been made?

Dan says: March 21, 2011

It would be impossible to get any speed up without the back sliding out. The contact patch on the rear wheel is tiny and there are no hard lips. Its good to slide but there is a limit i dont think you would have very much controll witht this design…

Johnny Cool says: May 16, 2014

Very interesting design! I'm a long distance rider (LDP style) and I would give a few advices on what a rider needs but other than that, scongrats for your board :)

Johnny Cool, Montreal, Canada







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