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Ripstik is a two-wheeled, self-propelled caster board that is ridden like a skateboard. It has a deck (platform) where the rider stands, two trucks (axles) that support the wheels, and two caster wheels. The trucks are connected to the deck by means of a hinged joint, which allows the deck to pivot. This is what makes Ripstik unique and enables it to perform tricks that are not possible on a traditional skateboard.


As with any type of riding toy, safety is important when using Ripstik. Always wear a helmet and protective pads when riding. Be sure to choose a well-made Ripstik that is designed for your weight and size. Avoid riding in traffic or in areas where there are obstacles that could cause you to fall.


The RipStik Ripster from Razor is even more awesome than the original. It's got a new concave deck design for increased foot control, plus a new wheelie bar that pops out when you need it and tucks away when you don't. The Ripster is also super lightweight and portable, so you can take it with you wherever you go. Whether you're ripping around your neighborhood or hitting the skate park, the Ripster is sure to give you a good time.


Many skateboarders want to take skateboarding to the next story, and that is where the Razor Ripstick comes into play. However, there are more next-level, similar-looking skateboards that are similar to the Razor Ripstick, which is also similar-looking to a hoverboard.


This ski is for higher intermediates to advanced riders. They aren't incredibly stiff but they are still a more aggressive ski that is fairly maneuverable at slow-high speeds. We wouldn't recommend it to any beginner skiers but if you are anywhere from a intermediate to advanced skier looking for a piste, bordering on all-mountain, ski these could be for you.


More playful than expected and surprisingly easy to press. Overall somewhere in the middle between playful and aggressive - a nice happy medium. Definitely a little softer underfoot than the Ripstick 96. 041b061a72


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