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28 August , 2013, 00:30:28 AM
I have had my longboard for about a year now but I'm not very good yet because i dont have much time to practice, i live in cape town but I'm moving to joburg in the middle of December, i am getting a new longboard soon. Any advice?
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28 August , 2013, 09:25:24 AM
you must look at what you want to do with the board. from the experience you've got now, you probably have an idea of what you would prefer too. if you have the opportunity, try to skate other people's boards. then do some research on the net and make your decision.
your board is your personal choice, no-one can tell you what board you must get.
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31 August , 2013, 00:20:01 AM
Ok,  awesome thanx, but i rely meant (sorry for not making it clear) i needed advice on riding not my board, i alredy know what board i want
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02 September , 2013, 10:24:34 AM
best advice would be to just go out there and skate! it helps to skate with other people too as you can learn from them.
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