Woodward Riviera Maya, Mexico

Woodward is building another Action Sport Camp. No Artistic Gymnastics, however. :-(

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Coming soon in 2016, Woodward Riviera Maya will offer the one-of-a-kind chance to snowboard and snow ski in Mexico, along with a skate and BMX park, parkour, cheer and hip hop dance programs and amenities, trampoline, a Digital Media Camp and more.

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In fact, they are opening yet another Woodward in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

a Lexus hoverboard?

Lexus claims they’ve created a real, rideable hoverboard.

Click PLAY or watch a teaser on YouTube. Nobody actually climbs on to the prototype.

I assume it doesn’t really require dry ice smoke to function. :-)

Sidewinding Circular Skates

Yet another variation on the traditional skateboard. Or traditional inline skates.

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(via NPR)

Airwheel – Damien Walters

We spent time putting these AirWheels to the test in the gym and this is the result!

Outtakes at the end. :-)

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Segway meets skateboard – IO Hawk

Here’s another cool motorized skateboard.

Similar to the Segway (but minus the handle bars), the product is powered by batteries, motors and uses slight pressure from your feet to guide it where you want it to go. …

IO Hawk is part skateboard, part Segway — and it’s strangely wonderful

IO Hawk

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

official website. It’s not inexpensive. $1800.

Onewheel skateboard

This is the coolest skateboard. (The coolest aside from the Hendo, the one that floats above ground, at least.)

Click PLAY or watch it on Vimeo.

TechCrunch has an update – How Self-Balancing Electric Skateboard Onewheel Goes From Assembly Line To Users’ Homes:

For the novice rider, Onewheel has a basic setting that restricts the speed and handling to help users get used to the board. But as they get more advanced, they can change to a more advanced setting, which allows them higher speeds and more control over it.

Gnarly in Pink

Tumbl Trak’s Carrie Spender Lennox showed me this skateboard video. She loves the content. And loves the editing. Carrie’s been doing a lot of video editing, of late. :-)

Woodward West.

This short film celebrates the “Pink Helmet Posse,” three 6-year-old girls who share an unusual passion: skateboarding.

Produced by: Kristelle Laroche and Ben Mullinkosson

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(via New York Times)