Skateboarders are always getting busted by local police and security guards for trying to have a little fun on 4 wheels. When your regular skate spots get burnt and your looking for a change of pace, check out these 5 unique spots to go skateboarding across the globe.
Lake Tahoe, CA
There are plenty of skateparks and mini ramps scattered around Lake Tahoe but how many people can say that have skated on the Lake? Professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist and skate ramp builder Jeff King teamed up for the “Dream Big” campaign sponsored by Visit California to create a 7,300-pound floating mini ramp.
How many people can claim to have ridden a skateboard in the White House? Tony Hawk can. While attending a Father’s Day celebration hosted by President Obama, Hawk skated through the Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the Grand Foyer keeping it real as always.
Wiltshire, EnglandTurns out God does NOT hate skateboarding. Once a year the 12th century former Benedictine abbey church known as Malmesbury Abbey in Wiltshire, England throws a skate comp for local kids. Come to repent your sins, pray and practice your Christ Airs!
Next time your in Atlanta, Georgia looking for the perfect place to skate be sure to check out this satellite dish located outside the CNN building. With a perfect angle and pitch you could lap the heck out of this bowl. Electromagnetic radiation caused by broadcast technology may pose a health risk, so you may want to make skating this satellite dish a quick session.
Trying to figure out where to go on your next skate trip? Think big, and outside the box by making a visit Uganda. Come experience the culture, the sounds and the skateboarding in a place that may not be on the skate industry radar just yet.
Ok, so we got you dialed on the best skate spots around the world, how about shoes? Good skate shoes have one thing in common, they are built to last!
Thanks to the new Yuneek Electric Skateboards, skaters can truly go anywhere these days!