Dude With Balls The Size Of Montana Breaks The World Record For Fastest Speed On A Skateboard (Nearly 90MPH)

by 1 year ago

Skateboards were never meant to go extremely fast. They’re small, they provide absolutely no protection for the rider, and the wheels don’t have very much surface space at all so skateboards tend to be very unstable at high speeds. But just because something wasn’t intended for use a certain way it doesn’t mean that the item won’t get repurposed. After all, condoms started out as lamb intestine before some guy that the genius idea to slaughter the lamb and stick his dong inside the offal, so it was only a matter of time before crazy ass skateboarders decided to try and ride a skateboard down a steep incline at nearly 90 miles per hour.

The record was broken on Tuesday, August 29th by skateboarder Kyle Wester. In his pursuit of this Guinness World Record Kyle chose to ride one of the best known and most trusted names in skateboarding, a Santa Cruz Skateboards deck. You can check out Kyle on Instagram HERE, and if you’re interested in checking out the set up Kyle rode to break the Guinness World Record for fastest speed on a skateboard you can click on over to Santa Cruz Skateboards (if you’re ever in Santa Cruz be sure to check out their flagship store, it’s awesome).

…Shout out to Matt Birl for tipping me off to this video over on Mashable.com!…


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