Definition of Snakeboard in English:


Syllabification: Snake·board
Pronunciation: /ˈsnākˌbôrd


trademark A type of skateboard consisting of two footplates joined by a bar, allowing for greater speed and maneuverability than with a standard skateboard.
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  • The park will be free to the public and will allow skateboards, bikes, roller blades, scooters, snakeboards and more.
  • Sports equipment which can be fitted to the feet, for example in-line skates, roller skates, grass skis, skateboards, snakeboards or sports boots are very popular.
  • Cycles, wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, skates, snakeboards, etc are all welcome to be used in the park but please be considerate of other park users and pedestrian only areas.


1990s: blend of snake and skateboard.



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  • Sometimes cops cruise by and hand out pad tickets, bikers lurk, and snakeboarders frequent there, as well.


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  • The way you sway and move is similar to surfing/snowboarding mixed up with a lot of snakeboarding.
  • But the difference is that streetboarding, which is also known as snakeboarding, is the skill of riding a board made up of two articulated footplates, both connected with a crossbar - so it looks like it's much more difficult than skateboarding.
  • Such guards are commonly used in roller skating, in-line skating, skateboarding, and snakeboarding to protect the hand and wrist area when a participant happens to fall and his/her hand or wrist impacts the unforgiving playing surfaces commonly associated with such sports.

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