Sharing the joy of skateboarding

Skateboarding is an individual sport that thrives on community.

The camaraderie among skateboarders makes this activity fun, rewarding, and inclusive. Whether you’re trying to land a new trick or complete a challenging line, your fellow skaters are there to support you and celebrate your successes.

This culture of striving together and celebrating each other’s victories is a beautiful aspect of skateboarding that should be cherished.

On Sunday, June 16th, we hosted a skateboarding session at Amager Strand in Copenhagen. It was an opportunity for people to come together, try out the Liquid skateboard, and enjoy a barbecue and drinks.

We were thrilled to see such a diverse crowd!

Participants ranged from 8 to 57 years old, from complete beginners to seasoned skateboarders. Many were trying skateboarding for the first time, and we could already tell it wouldn’t be their last.

We watched as novices stepped onto the Liquid skateboard for the first time. We started them off without the electric assistance so they could get a feel for it. Then, we activated the motor, and they experienced the endless ride, resulting in countless smiles.

Experienced riders jumped on and started rolling immediately, needing no explanation. The Liquid skateboard is so similar to traditional skateboarding that it’s intuitive for experienced skaters, making it easy and fun.

We’re extremely proud to see people who never thought they could skateboard fall in love with the experience.

And because we don’t only cruise, we also took the opportunity to skate and have fun in the perfect mini ramp.

Massive thank you to everyone

A big thank you to Samuel, Camille, and Gaston for organizing the event so wonderfully. And special thanks to @kleosphoto for capturing the day’s moments as our photographer.

We’re already looking forward to our next event, where even more people can experience the joy of skateboarding.

Make sure to follow us on Instagram to stay informed about our next event and its location.

We’re still live on Kickstarter, and the number of available skateboards is decreasing. There’s still time to get an early bird pledge and support the launch of the Liquid skateboard project.

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