how fast

How To Go Fast On A Longboard

How To Go Fast On A Longboard. If bombing hills is your absolute favorite thing to do and you don't really care about tricks, consider getting a longboard or cruiser setup. The go kart is quicker in sharp corners, but more squirrelly when you get going fast in a straight line.

I got a longboard from a friend who doesn't need it
I got a longboard from a friend who doesn't need it from

If you are riding your longboard on a flat surface while you are applying a low speed, the simplest and the easiest method to stop the longboard is to simply stop pushing and hop off from it. The stiffer your body is, the harder it. If you can't stop then you probably shouldn't go fast!

A Longer Wheelbase Is Simply Postponing The Point At Which You Wobble.

Hopping off from a longboard. However, it works only if you do this early in the wobble. Carry the longboard back to the top of the hill to perform another run.

This Will Encourage The Friction From The Ground To Mellow You Down.

I started out only using the toes to propel myself forward but that w. You can still do some skateboard tricks on a cruiser, but not on a longboard, so choose carefully. Shifting from side to side will increase the travel of your longboard and eventually slows down your speed.

You Can Go For One Big Push, Or Several Smaller Pushes.

Next, slowly lift your back foot up and then lower it to the ground. You can also keep your front foot forward to get started and then adjust as you move. Once again i am going to reiterate:

A Wide Deck, Matching Trucks, And Large, Soft Wheels Are Good For Cruising.

Extend your legs as you reach the bottom of the hill. Lean forward as the momentum of the longboard continues to increase. A longboarder should hold on to a straight line if reasonable to achieve the highest top speed.

Try To Spin Your Wheels When The Longboard Is In Your Hands And See How Long They Last.

Add a few extra pushes to your takeoff to increase the speed of the longboard. By loosening them up a bit the wheels will begin to spin faster, but stop before they become too loose. This would create friction causing your board to slow down.