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Skateboarders and Roadskaters in Midlife Lack of Crisis: Skate Old or Die!

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Now and then we like to stand up for skateboarders, who we don't always understand in terms of their love for wheels not attached to their feet, but don't need to understand...just support with some skateylove. All over ever day we see people jealously looking at the little wheels. Ours. The street boarders'. Even the big wheels and carbon fibre. We just want to say it again. Yes you can. Get a helmet and some wrist guards. Wear some old jeans and even knee and elbow pads if you like. But yes you can. And if you survive a few times at inline skating, skateboarding or cycling with an ending of fun and safety, you can do it for decades. Don't just try it out wherever. Go somewhere safe and flat and prepared. It's important to have fun and be safe so you won't freak out and never try again. So yes that's all repeated thought, but OK. 

Meanwhile, take a look at what a skateboarder has to say...

And every minute spent rolling down New York’s streets -- even if it includes a fall -- is one not wasted in front of a television or dwelling on regrets.

Skate Old or Die! - New York Times -

 
Skate Old or Die!
New York Times
Rick Sulz founded NYSkateboarding.com in 2009 at age 30 and has been skating New York City streets since age 16. He is on Twitter. The secret to lasting youth is never to stop making memories. And to make those memories, we have to keep enjoying the ...

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