SkateCycle

Brooklyn Workshop
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SkateCycle

$150
$135 Gilt
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Description
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Award winning Freerider SkateCycle

  • Winner of a Bronze 2010 IDEA Award
  • Design is part of the permanent collection at the Henry Ford Museum
  • Unique self propelled hubless skate capable of riding on flat ground or tackling any skatepark
  • Features two slip-resistant footboards sitting inside 9" polyurethane, hubless wheels
  • Wheels are connected by a twisting axle, which enables the rider to propel the device
  • Approximate measurements: 32" x 6½" x 8½". Weight: 7.3lbs

Material: Aluminum

Brand: Brooklyn Workshop

Origin: United States

Brooklyn Workshop, the brainchild of former attorney Alon Karpman, launched the Skatecycle in July 2010, but the idea for the company and the product had been in the works for nearly ten years. The first mass-produced, self-propelled hubless skate, the foldable, aluminum-framed Skatecycle is part bike, part skateboard, and weighs in at a lean 7.3 lbs. With a bronze medal from the 2010 IDEA Competition under its belt, the company is well prepped to forge ahead with its mission to bring riding innovations to the commercial marketplace.