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The New Boosted Board Tried to Kill  Me

Everything felt great, until I found myself skating halfway down the steep side of the Williamsburg Bridge with the Boosted Board throttle cranked to the max. I was going too fast, and I knew it. So I dropped a foot—a dumb thing to do. Read more...
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