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FS: 174mm Munkaes.
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Slalom, Downhill

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NZ's longboard park video "Livin' with A.D.D."

Ok so here it is, Aotearoa Dept. of Downhill's first video of the Auckland luge track, "Livin' with A.D.D."
Watch it!!
Cream over it!!
Come ride it!!

http://vimeo.com/3750670

yeah MF's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on March 19, 2009 at 10:00 — 11 Comments

AoteaRollin' NZ longboarding

Just some random footage cut together.

http://vimeo.com/3423676

Posted on March 2, 2009 at 11:33

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At 10:39 on April 16, 2011, BRAD T. MILLER said…
I would imagine kids.  I weigh just under 90kg and I have ridden the 45a and they were a bit to easy to turn for my choice.  I child or a light rider that cannot turn a 70a bushing because of their weight may really benefit from these.  We are currently testing with a number of light riders and we should have some video this weekend.  We tore into the 45a with the twist test because we didn't want them coming apart with someone's son or daughter on board.  We originally made the 45a because we wanted to see what the lower range of our compound was.  When people heard what we had done, they started asking for it for their kids.  Who are we to argue, it sounded like a good idea so here we are, we have a range of 45a to 95a of a very high rebound material.  We tried the same test with the 95a and soon found it cannot be a hand held test.  I almost broke my wrist with the force it required to twist the 95a 360 degrees so I will need to build a fixture.
At 10:15 on October 24, 2009,
Premium Member
Ching
said…
hey speedy. for tomorrrow night, meet us at the steps of flinders station (where all the clocks are facing swanston st) at 8. we're thinking of heading to flidners carpark for abit and then maybe fitzroy gardens. see you then!
At 14:48 on June 10, 2009, Sakamoto said…
Hi Speedy, I was Tech Inspector and Event Administration Advisor for "BtB". my email is: sakamotoluger@gmail.com
Email me if you like and I can run over some of the expenses, etc. Ado at Cre8iveSk8 would be another to contact.
Wicked hill, by the way...if you get it happening I would definately try to get there. Cheers.
At 13:34 on April 14, 2009,
Premium Member
haggy
said…
Hey Speedy,

Bugs would be the guy to ask about the website, he has put it together and is in charge of running it. I am totally hopeless with technology!!

Cheers
haggy
At 18:31 on April 10, 2009, Raymondo said…
Yo got some more photos of that hill downtown?
At 8:48 on January 29, 2009,
ASRA Admin
Bugs
said…
Welcome Mr Speedy Canuck. Thanks for joining.
 
 
 

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