Indoor skimboarding: it never rains but it's wet

A group of enthusiastic riders has installed a 150-foot skimming pool in a warehouse.

Skimboarding is growing fast, and not everyone has a river, sea or lake nearby. That's why we have to invent new ways of riding the planet.

The unusual urban skimboarding conceptualists found the perfect spot to run a competition. A flat surface. And that's it. Ready to roll, under an industrial roof.

After building a few creative obstacles, and setting up the pool, the skimboarders watered the track for endless glides. It worked.

The competition had spectators and, in the end, everyone was happy for having participated in a special skimming show. Lesson learned. Use your imagination.

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