Have Fun. Be Safe!

Every time before you longboard, please take a minute and consider these safety tips to help prevent accidents and injury


While riding, always wear the appropriate safety gear: helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist-guards. Always wear shoes!


Be sure to inspect your board before riding. Make sure your board has enough grip and that there are no heavy cracks or splits in the deck. Make sure all nuts and bolts are tight. Know how to properly tighten or loosen your trucks. Have someone with experience help you when switching out trucks, wheels, or bearings. Wear safety glasses whenever handling your board.



If it's your first time riding, have an experienced rider give you some tips. Go slow. Learn how to stop before you start.


Know the area you're planning to longboard in. Watch out for any kind of debris that might cause your board to suddenly stop or damage it. Be careful while riding over sandy or watery surfaces where it is easier for you to slide. Watch out for traffic and areas with pedestrians. Stay out of prohibited areas.


Always be aware of your surroundings. Be considerate of those you longboard with as well as nearby pedestrians.

Have Fun. Be Safe!

Every time before you longboard, please take a minute and consider these safety tips to help prevent accidents and injury


While riding, always wear the appropriate safety gear: helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist-guards. Always wear shoes!


Be sure to inspect your board before riding. Make sure your board has enough grip and that there are no heavy cracks or splits in the deck. Make sure all nuts and bolts are tight. Know how to properly tighten or loosen your trucks. Have someone with experience help you when switching out trucks, wheels, or bearings. Wear safety glasses whenever handling your board.


If it's your first time riding, have an experienced rider give you some tips. Go slow. Learn how to stop before you start.


Know the area you're planning to longboard in. Watch out for any kind of debris that might cause your board to suddenly stop or damage it. Be careful while riding over sandy or watery surfaces where it is easier for you to slide. Watch out for traffic and areas with pedestrians. Stay out of prohibited areas.


Always be aware of your surroundings. Be considerate of those you longboard with as well as nearby pedestrians.

Have Fun. Be Safe!

Every time before you longboard, please take a minute and consider these safety tips to help prevent accidents and injury


While riding, always wear the appropriate safety gear: helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist-guards. Always wear shoes!


Be sure to inspect your board before riding. Make sure your board has enough grip and that there are no heavy cracks or splits in the deck. Make sure all nuts and bolts are tight. Know how to properly tighten or loosen your trucks. Have someone with experience help you when switching out trucks, wheels, or bearings. Wear safety glasses whenever handling your board.


If it's your first time riding, have an experienced rider give you some tips. Go slow. Learn how to stop before you start.


Know the area you're planning to longboard in. Watch out for any kind of debris that might cause your board to suddenly stop or damage it. Be careful while riding over sandy or watery surfaces where it is easier for you to slide. Watch out for traffic and areas with pedestrians. Stay out of prohibited areas.


Always be aware of your surroundings. Be considerate of those you longboard with as well as nearby pedestrians.