mountainboard

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mountainboard

(ˈmaʊntɪnˌbɔːd)
n
(Skateboarding) a type of skateboard specially designed for rough terrain and steep slopes, having four large wheels linked by a suspension system
ˈmountainˌboarding n
ˈmountainˌboarder n
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The centre is being established under the guidance of Gloucestershire-based Maxtrack which distrib-utes the essential mountainboards. And all equipment and courses will adhere strictly to safety regulations, supervised by professionals.
For the snowboarder, "The summer is the down season," said Jason Lee, co-founder and creative director of Colorado Springs' MBS Mountainboards. "We thought we should be able to snowboard anytime." In 1993, Lee and his MBS partner, Patrick McConnell, sought to apply the concept of snowboarding to dry land, in the process creating a whole new sport: mountainboarding.