The history of skate
The history of skate still starts in years 30, when children had started to mount its proper “stands” with wheels of skids placed under pieces of metal or wood. The surfistas of California had also adopted the object at the beginning of years 50, using it as a method of trainings when the sea did not offer good waves or in cities without beach. The sport was initially called sidewalk surfing (surf of sidewalk) or land surfing. Skateboard, however, delayed very to turn fever. It was only in 1973 that rodinhas of urethane had been created by the American Frank Naswortly, what improved its traction very and made possible more radical maneuvers.