The ancient Polynesians understood this: life is better when you surf. Over the centuries, their sport evolved with developments in surfboard design and eventually made its way onto dry land through the innovation of the skateboard: a surfboard with wheels. Urban dwelling sidewalk surfers understand that life is better when you skateboard.
Ride towards water, it collects at the bottom of hills.
Understand ridges: cruise on top or descend the sides?
Is the road or sidewalk smoother?
Pedestrians create a slalom course.
Cross-step on silky asphalt.
Kick turn on banked walls.
If you like it, skate it.
Seattle holds a plethora of longboarding terrain. This book is an introduction, an example of what lies waiting to be ridden. The possibilities are endless.