369 Interview with Ted & Norah of Roarockit Skateboard

June 25, 2009

Building projects with kids can be both fulfilling and…interesting…at the same time. Finding the right project is probably the hardest part of the build. But when you do, it’s well worth it. Back around December of last year I had a chance to build a skateboard project with my kids. We contacted the folks at Roarockit Skateboard company about one of their build-it-yourself skateboard decks and they happily helped us out.

We documented the build and many of you had questions about it and the company itself. It took a little while on my part, I finally managed to sit down and record an interview with the Roarockit owners Ted & Norah.

Hope you enjoy it, and if you’d like to learn more about Roarockit Skateboards CLICK HERE.

Episode available for download in the following formats:
|720HD Video||SD Video||Mobile Video|

Filed in: InterviewVideos
Tagged with:

Comments (4)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

Sites That Link to this Post

  1. :: ROAROCKIT DECK BUILDING TUTORIALS :: March :: 2009 | June 26, 2009
  1. turfboarder says:

    i dont know about the woodworking aspect but the skateboards SUCK!!!!

    • Matt says:

      The Woodworking experience for my kids was a lot of fun. The rest I’ll have to leave up to others.

  2. shoes says:

    I think i remember what skate deck that is, mountain. I was rode sims at that point, It might be a retro skate deck.

Back to Top