How to push switch with Jeff

Jeff ‘Pantheon’ Vyain just pushed (!) out this great ‘How-to’ video on switch pushing. Jeff has been skating distance for years and Pantheon continues to design amazing distance skating boards. We’ve got some heavy breathing and some personal tips here from one of the dudes who know best. Switch pushing is essential if you’re going to go the distance. Here’s some advice on how to … Continue reading How to push switch with Jeff

Review – DIY Bo Landpaddle

Neil completes all the entries for the #harfangatang wheels. He reviews a DIY Bo Landpaddle. Hello SkateFurther my name is Neil Hayler and my review is for something that has been the saving grace for my long distance pushing and might help others. About five years ago I suffered a dvt or blood clot in my push leg calf muscle. After about six months of recovery and looking … Continue reading Review – DIY Bo Landpaddle

How To – Homemade Mudflaps with Eric

Way back when SkateFurther first started we had a forum thread about homemade mudflaps. We even ran a competition for the best designed ones! Here’s Eric’s ‘How-To’ on making mudflaps! Thanks Eric!

Mudflaps made of Ikea cutting Boards.

Time needed:
30 minutes or 1 hour, depends on your skills.

Things you need:
1 Ikea cutting board (Drälla)
1 pen/marker
1 industrial scissor or sharp knife
1 Lighter/ creme-brulé burner / gas stove
1 measurement tool.
1 piece of paper
1 piece of cartboard
2 pieces of electrical wire

Step 1: You need to figure out if you have oldskool and newschool holes in your deck & trucks, you want to mount the mudflaps through the free holes.
Step 1: You need to figure out if you have oldskool and newschool holes in your deck & trucks, you want to mount the mudflaps through the free holes.
Step 2: Grab a piece of paper and measure the width of your deck close to the trucks.
Step 2: Grab a piece of paper and measure the width of your deck close to the trucks.

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