One technique to solve the problem of skateboard wheels is to make extremely light wheels for rolling or very hard landings. A good thing about gliding boards is that they use the "ground effect" and reduce the load on the ankles when landing, but skateboarding is currently about gaining speed and then shooting in the air, which means riders have to adapt to new techniques or designers of gliding boards need to pony up to reality if they expect early adoption from mass market exploits.

One great thing about Hoverboards is that they fly and fly, going very deep into the desires of humanity. How would the landing gear be activated? One idea is to have a set of push buttons on the glider for accelerating glider engines and another to set up the landing gear, making the skateboard a full glider. Three in the green and away they hover on table style?

So if the landing were to be very hard or a rolling landing (runway type rather than helicopter style), the rider could press the push button to expand the landing gear and yes, this would require lots of practice by the rider to become proficient.

Engineers are now designing the skateboards of the future and thinking here along with the online think tank. An interesting dilemma for these designers at the moment is if these skateboard hoverboards have wheels at all.

This is something that will ultimately be a compromise between designers and engineers and the wishes of the riders who buy the hoverboard technologies in the market. Performance is in everyone's mind, and then the mutual goals seem to be in line with each other.

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