Skate sharpening is a controversial, yet increasingly popular, tool that’s often used by kids and parents to cut edges.
But one new type could change the way you’re able to sharpen your own skates.
Here’s what you need to know about the new skate sharpeners.
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The science of skate cutting is a fascinating, interdisciplinary field of research that studies the biomechanics of the human body, and the relationship between that body and its biomechanical properties.
Its roots go back to the 19th century when German physiologist Dr. Georg Knecht introduced the concept of the ‘skeleton of the mind.’
Since then, it has spread to many other countries and cultures.
To learn more about the study, you can learn more here.
We’ve got a bunch of stories about the world’s first true skate sharpens, from a skateboarder who went to the beach with a razor blade to a skateboarding kid who cut the wheels of a bus in a matter of seconds.
If you’re interested in learning more, check out these stories: