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Skateboarding Terms to Know

Skateboarding is both a popular hobby and an extreme sport. Skateboarding equipment can be found in sport department stores or in skateboarding shops, which usually have an extensive selection. Skateboarding requires a lot of practice, as well as protective gear such as a helmet and knee and elbow pads. Below are some common popular terms used with skateboarding equipment.

  • Deck – The part of the skateboard that the rider stands on. There are both standard decks, which are used for sporting events, and long boards. The long board is bigger than an average skateboard and is often just ridden for fun, as it is difficult to perform tricks with a long board. Many decks usually have artistic designs underneath them.
  • Grip Tape – The material on top of the deck that helps a rider keep his footing by using traction. The grip tape is rough on one side allowing for maximum traction.
  • Wheels – Skateboarding wheels can come in a variety of sizes and colors. Older skateboards utilized larger wheels, but more modern skateboards use smaller ones that claim to have greater speeds. The wheels can come in a variety of colors.
  • Trucks – The metal part of a skateboard that attaches the wheels to the deck. These are actually the sturdiest part of the skateboard and don't need replacing as often as the wheels and deck does.
  • Bearings – The part of the skateboard that attaches the wheels to the trucks. Bearings come in different styles that allow for faster or slower wheels.
  • Curb Wax – A waxy material that can be placed on bars, railings and curbs so that the truck and deck of the skateboard can slide across it easier. Often used in skate parks or when doing skateboarding tricks and commonly sold in skate shops.
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    Two Felons Skate Company
    14125 Lambert Rd, Whittier, CA 90605
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    (562) 698-8199
     
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    California Empire Wear
    633 Ascot Drive Apt #16, Vista, CA 92083
    We sell shirts, jeans, shoes, and accessories. Soft goods from many name brands.
    (760) 443-5539
    Kaotik Ride Shop
    2225 E 28th Street, Signal Hill, CA 90755
    We are distributors for skate apparel and supplies. We have plenty of gear including skate shirts, hats, jackets, long boards and complete skateboards.
    (562) 259-8747
    ARC Ride Shop
    18590 Van Buren Blvd Ste 2d, Riverside, CA 92508
    (951) 776-2121
    Swi Ride Shop
    12220 Pigeon Pass Rd, Moreno Valley, CA 92557
    (951) 243-1200
    Slam N City
    1070 Northgate St Ste C, Riverside, CA 92507
    (951) 788-8828
    Crooks Scateboard Shop
    365 Iowa Ave, Riverside, CA 92507
    (951) 680-0003
    Leroy's Shoes & Clothing Co
    11 E State St, Redlands, CA 92373
    (909) 793-3420
    Inkonsiderate Board Shop
    5300 Arlington Ave, Riverside, CA 92504
    (951) 354-5208
    Scott Business Service
    31702 Railroad Canyon Rd Ste 2, Quail Valley, CA 92587
    (951) 244-0116
    Inland Board Shop At Tyler
    1015 Galleria at Tyler, Riverside, CA 92503
    (951) 688-8412
    Board Shops of America
    3971 Tyler St, Riverside, CA 92503
    (951) 351-1015
    Banned Board Shop
    501 Orange St, Redlands, CA 92374
    (909) 793-7070
    Atoms General
    10218 Beaumont Ave, Beaumont, CA 92223
    (951) 769-3073
    Dcs
    8870 Limonite Ave, Riverside, CA 92509
    (951) 681-1811


    Skateboards and equipment are sold in shops and stores across the United States. Skateboarding is an activity that gained significant popularity in the 1970s, and involves durable skating devices that are crafted from strong wood and other materials. The boards are typically equipped with four wheels, grip tape for traction, ball bearings that help the wheels spin, and trucks, which the wheels attach to. Often, people who use skateboards practice on deck ramps and paved streets or sidewalks. If you have tried using a skateboard before, then you know that protective gear is essential. A helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and even special apparel are commonly worn when riding on a longboard or competition skateboard. Furthermore, there are special shoes used for skateboarding. Along with traction tape on the skateboard, these shoes help ensure that the rider will not fall off the board. A number of brand name companies manufacture professional skating equipment, backpacks, and tool kits for skateboarders. This means there is a great deal for skaters to choose from at this point. In fact, skateboards, curb wax, braces, and replacement wheels can all be located in local sporting goods shops and through online stores. If you live near a sporting goods store or professional skate shop, then you may want to contact them for more information regarding skateboard equipment, replacement trucks, new wheels, and longboard gear. Be sure to inquire about any specific deck ramps, shoe styles, padding, tools, or skating kits you are interested in, so you can get the help you need.
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