Brakes For Skateboards?

Posted on Sep 26 2008 - 12:58pm by Robby S.

Skateboard brakes


Folks, I can’t make this up.  I know, I know… some parents reading this are thinking this is the best idea ever… and that they are going to buy them for Johnny’s skateboard.  And I guess if Johnny sucks at skateboarding and lives on lombard street, this might be a good idea.  But, for any self respecting skater… there is no way in hell they would install these on their board.  Picture someone skating while holding a hand brake… now picture them hitting the bake to hard and flying off the skateboard.  Still think it is a good idea?  Get out your $110 and go here.

Kit includes:

  • Complete SkateBrake truck assembly
  • 76mm hand cast P.U. ABEC-1 speed bearings
  • 2″ diameter disc brake pads
  • 2″ diameter rotors
  • 42″ long brake cable
  • Brake grip handle with wrist strap
  • Complete front truck assembly
  • Riser Pads
  • Hardware package
  • Hand Grip Clip
  • Cable Clip
  • Features patented “SkateBrakeā„¢” system Patent No. 6,488,296
  • Great for boys and girls ages twelve and up
  • Catch the growing trend of downhill skateboarding (as seen on X-Games and Gravity Games)
  • Easy to ride
  • Discover the thrill of downhill Skateboarding

3 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. bigmatt December 23, 2008 at 1:44 pm -

    I weigh 230 lbs, need some brakes for my sector9, will these work for me?

  2. scott watson June 16, 2009 at 5:02 pm -

    scottwatson42@comccast.net;

    Sayin I installed the Skatebrake on my deck and I weigh 210, works for me it will work for you.

    I also installed the skatebrake as front disk brakes on my 1,500 Watt electric skateboard which does 45 miles an hour, with a total weight of 320 pounds, I still have no problem stopping.

    On my 22,500 Watt skateboard I installed Hydrolic brakes, it has a top speed of 111 miles an hour, at 48 volts.

    Currently working on a 144 volt electric sakateboard.

    Have fun cruisen with brakes I do, 4thhorsema,nxkyg

  3. Kyle December 31, 2011 at 2:11 pm -

    Check out this as an alternative. A simple mechanical brake, no cables, handles or modifications. For the cruiser yes, for the street skater obviously not.

    skatesafeproducts.com

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