Type: Posts; User: sandfly
Trinidad and Tobago, thats the last island to the south in the Caribbean, I'm still searching for skimable waves.
What the hell; it's people like you that get skimboarding banned from local beaches.
ya'll can have mine
try spit, get some friends to help you.
I'm a BMXer, street, gotta 03 mirra pro and my own vert ramp. u can check it out in 1 of my posts. Skimming is just for fun.
Trinidad & Tobago, the water is warm here.
Thanks for your replies guys, but I think I might skip the long board stage. My skimboard skills should come in handy cuz I'm sure the moment I stand up...
I got tech 2's, my bro got normal bb fins, they're heavier and cramp under my feet, plus they work like normal fins. never used tech 1 so have no comment on that.
in a few weeks. Any tips on buying a board?
Can't find skimmable waves here and i always wanted to do it. So plz don't toast me :o
a little pic i got to share.
maybe this thread will help, it worked for me.
I gotta vic poly, how do I tell if its S or E. And there's a little number 76 next to the V, what does this mean?
I'm a BMXer from Trinidad and Tobago. I left the beach after dark and tide was still rising but they'll get it out as soon the tide drops.
About $5000 US for the material, $1500 US in tools and $0.00 labour (my brother and I built it)
that was trimmed off, its not 100% complete in this pic.
of a 4x4 stuck in water. I told him not to go there but.......
I know a skateboarder who drinks a few beers to boost his confidence.
[QUOTE=xghstx]I think these are both perfect examples of pad placement. maybe move the arch bar a little more forward if your stance is wide... but i think the yellow sol has some best tail pad...
Hi, i just upgraded from a 40" woody to a vic polyvac. I bought a traction pad and an arch bar also. Can to tell me the exact postiton where the pads go, i can submit measurments if you need it....
How close is it to skimming?
I'm thinking about a Victoria Poly, any suggestions, tips?
Ok here's the situation, I have a BZ 40" wood board but I want something better so hopefully you guys can tell me exactly what to get. I'm from Trinidad & Tobago and there are no skimboards for sale...
yo, i'm from trinidad & tobago, thats the last island to the south, my advice is to leave your board and grab a snorkel.