From glass to cardboard, skaters today are ready to try just about anything to see if it can Ollie with four wheels. But LEGOs? That’s a new one.
With the goal of making an actual LEGO skateboard capable of human kickflips and pop shove-it’s, woodworker Peter Brown from the YouTube channel Shop Time recently gathered 250 LEGO bricks and a small bucket of epoxy resin to create what should most definitely be considered in a real-life LEGO movie, whenever that happens.
The board, which was built for the “You Make It, We Skate It” YouTube series, holds up surprisingly well.
LEGOS. What can’t you make?
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