9-Year-Old Girl, Sabre Norris, Land Her First 540 GOLD DEEDS APPROVED

Its been crazy to watch the progression and popularity of skateboarding grow in the world. Its awesome to see young kids from all over the world find great pride and accomplishment through skateboarding. We believe skateboarding helps many kids learn to set goals and achieve them. A recent  video of 9-year-old Australian skater Sabre Norris landing her first 540 on vert has been released by Steve Berra and Eric Koston’s The Berrics platform. The video sees Sabre make a few failed attempts before finally landing the trick in her 75th attempt of the day. Having only started skating three years ago when she wasn’t able to have a bike, she chose to opt for a skateboard instead. Inspired by online videos of professional skateboarder Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins performing the trick, the young skater claims she had to try it for herself. Skateboarding is definitely this girls GOLD DEED and she’s only going to get better!

Marbel – The Lightest Electric Skateboard in the World

Some people say, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” while other’s say, “technology is a gift of God.” However you feel about the addition of electricity to a skateboard, the Marbel board is the world’s lightest electric skateboard, weighing in at just 9 lbs. Lighter than any other electric vehicle in the world, apart from perhaps a miniature electric remote control car, the Marbel can reach up to 20 MPH uphill. Just one charge can give it 10 real world miles, which should be enough to get you to work between pushing and electric assistance. If that wasn’t enough, it can connect to your smartphone to customize your riding style and even control the throttle of your board. Currently raising funds for its Kickstarter campaign, you can contribute by visiting the Marbel page and watch their video.


See How a $15,000 USD Golden Skateboard is Made

A true father-son project, New York City-based artist Matt Willet came up with the idea of the golden skateboard and enlisted the help of his dad, who works at Epner Technologies in Brooklyn making gold-plated components for NASA. On the latest episode of Network A’s Dose, host Tim Brodhagen visited the duo to see firsthand how they make 99.99% pure electro-plated skateboards. Watch as Willet and his dad completely transform all the parts of a Shut skateboard complete, progressing through copper plating, nickel plating and finally finished with gold. The board is then polished to a mirror finish. The final product weighs nine pounds and is completely functional.

Tony Hawk’s GOLD DEEDS Is Skateboarding! No Question!

Living legend Tony Hawk shows us that he still has those trademark airborne skills. The skateboarder. risks his life by flying over a MINI Cooper Hardtop while it’s on the move. Using no editing tricks or stunts, Hawk manages to catch wind and effortlessly sail all the way over the car just moments before it plows through the ramp he’d just launched off. Its a must watch video.