Ice skimboarding: sliding over the speed strip

A group of skimboarders has proved that ice skimboarding can be fun. Just find the perfect spot and enjoy the ride.

Boardsports are boardsports, no matter how far you actually are from the water. If there's no liquid, grab a skimboard and hit the snow.

Five skimboarders, one girl included, have set up a perfect spot for ice skimboarding, on a frozen lake in Pine Valley, north of St. George, Utah.

The talented riders filmed a great skimboarding video, with a collection of cold tricks, funny moments, wipeouts, and snowball fights.

The ice skimboarding speed strip is an inspiration for future professional competitions, in the official circuits. Why not?

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