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Quality longboards made with love and passion. That’s what Sway Longboards stands for. We have our own vision on longboarding and art, and we want to make the sport better for ourselves and for others. We’ve branded our longboards with character. There have been many prototypes, tests and failures before we’ve reached this point. Every person is unique, and therefore our boards are unique. We work with several artists, designers and even fashion designers to give every board it’s own personality. At Sway Longboards we care for a better future and a green planet for the next generations. Our boards are made of bamboo, which makes them light and sustainable. And for every board we sell, one dollar goes to Trees for the future, from which they can plant ten trees in areas troubled with extreme deforestation. Read more
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We are really happy to anounce Shumie Loo as our new teamrider. Although he’s skating for just 3 years now, his results are very impressive! He mannaged to skate 406 Km ath the dutch ultraskate this year, wich was his second ultraskate ever. You can read more about Shumie here.
22-07-16 When we had some trouble one of our Tow-Trucks on Friday, we decided to walk the 30Km’s we just skated back to Lyon. There we spent the night at the side of the river. This really had a negitive effect on our mood as you can understand. The next day we tried to fix[…]
Avignon was cool, but we really enjoyed Lyon. When we arrived we met up with Mélanie. We had some contact before on Facebook, so she was expecting us. It was nice to have a place to sleep and freshen up again. She showed us around the city and we even went out one night. The next[…]
As a proud sponsor of the Dutch Ultraskate we present a verry short impression of the event in 15 GIF’s. But there’s more! Stan Bekker, a great distance skater and part time movie editor is working on a aftermovie of the 2016 edition. Today he released a teaser, and we love it!
A lot has happened in the last two days. Good and bad things. So let’s start where we left last post, Montpellier. We left there at around 10 in the morning, so we could make it to Nîmes at an easy pace. In this lovely city we met 2 wonderfull people who helped us a lot! Though[…]
So we left Thursday 14th early in the morning, heading for Perpignan. After skating a whole day in the sun we discovered skating at night would be better; so we did. Though skating at night is not all that great, it’s still better than in the burning mediterranean sun. We had to face some dangerous routes[…]
A short recap on our bus-trip and a little tour of our apartment. Video is Dutch. (and there is a lot of swearing) Travel progress:
19 year old Steve Koops and 18 year old Ties Barten. These guys are not unfamiliar with long distance skateboarding. In 2015 they made a similar trip from Paris tot Eindhoven. That was only 1/3 the distance the’ll cover this time. They also participated in the 2016 Dutch Ultraskate (skate as much as you can[…]