The best beginner board? hmmm that is a tough one lol, well it kinda depends on your budget, but i would say, like a "atm" is a really tough and cheap board i have had mine for a few years now, but don't get like a "element" to start out with because it is only going to get trashed and that sucks especially if you don't have much cash so i would say a "atm" or a cheaper brand you know like one know one really hears about like darkstar and stuff like that but don't get a Walmart board because it is just a waste of money
The best for beginers would be a golden powell dragon
a blank deck. cheap and efficient. mini logo, get a 7.75.
Choosing a good skateboard can be tricky, if you're a beginner in the sport. There's a lot that you have to take into account, in addition to the cost. You have to also consider the complete board, the deck, the trucks, and the wheels, whether you're buying a ready-made skateboard or are putting together your own.
The best beginner ramp is a kicker. You can get cheap ones that work very well at Wal Mart.
yeah but you might look a bit of a noob(beginner)
If you are a beginner, you should try enjoi decks, they have the best pop. If you are more experianced, it is really your preferance, but I recommend chocolate, cliche, habitat, plan b, zero, and almost.
it depends i would do alien workshop with silver trucks alien workshop wheels and if you want the best sk8r shoes bbbuuuyyy dc shoes they are definetly worth buying
the best skateboard supplier is a tight race between on deck and west49
CCS is the very best site for making your own skateboard.
Skateboard.about.com has a wealth of information for the beginner as well as the more advanced skate boarder. Another site is skateboard-city.com, who has a 'beginners guide'.
The best iPad for a beginner is the iPad 3. However, any iPad will be fine to learn on.
Yes I had it for a long time and I'm kind if a beginner. Overall a smooth ride
If you are a beginner,it's a kickflip.If you have mastered that it's probably a Tre Flip.Look on Ask.com for details on both.
Sorry this is the asker here, I don't seem to be able to edit my question so here it is. I want a skateboard that is good for a beginner and riding casually on the road. I also want it to be able to handle bumpy roads.
there is not really a "best" type of skateboard. it's all self-preference. whatever you're used to or like is probably the best for you.
A beginner can use the soaking method as the best way to separate their envelopes and stamps.
If you are a beginner with your taxes you want to be careful so you don't miss anything or make any mistakes on your taxes. The best software for a beginner is Turbo Tax.
The Bowflex Tread Climber would be great choice for a beginner.
a reinforced one if your that heavy you probably shouldn't skateboard