Have You Heard About the Tech Deck Skateboard?

Tech Deck skateboards are just like the real thing – well, almost like the real thing. There is a difference in size and you cannot actually ride on them; at least not using your legs and feet. Instead, you use two of your ten fingers. All you will need is your imagination and two fingers; your index and middle fingers. electric skateboard spares

Finger skateboarding is very popular, with both kids and adults. These boards have the same characteristics as the real thing; they include wheels that turn, grips, designs and tools to interchange many of the accessories. Many people who enjoy Tech Deck skateboards have never even been on a real skateboard, but that that does not stop them from joining in the fun.

A Tech Deck skateboard is about four inches long and they have wheels just like a regular skateboard. You can also buy ramps and skate parks to add to your collection and you will find yourself learning how to do jumps and flips and landings – with your fingers, of course. A lot of kids (big ones included) compete with their friends and even organize tournaments.

A Tech Deck skateboard is currently a very hot item and a fun and amusing pastime. You will enjoy hours of pleasure creating new stunts and tricks. There are collector fingerboards that come with metal trucks, designer graphics, wheels and grip tape. They also include a sticker. Each one depicts groundbreaking skateboards of the past.

These are like owning a piece of skateboarding history. The fingerboards actually have real wood decks. If you are trapped inside because of a rainy or snowy day, you will have hours of fun learning and creating skateboarding tricks.

Skateboarding can be an art form, a job, a method of transportation or a recreational activity. The later is what Tech Deck skateboards are used for. A surprising variety of tricks can be performed with a fingerboard. These fingerboards are often used by serious skateboards as miniature models to plan their tricks.

Skateboarding is currently being considered as a sport for the 2012 Olympic Games in London so rev up your fingers and get ready to learn new tricks with your Tech Deck skateboards