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Freeline skate tricks on the streets of Taipei

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Freeline skating or freelining was invented in 2003 by Ryan Farrelly and has since become popular around Asia, including Taipei, Taiwan where this Kuma Films video was recorded. Watch as Light Liu & 曾昱暠 make it look easy to ride these “mini skateboards for each foot”… sort of a mix of skateboarding and inline skating: Freeline Skates are Strangely Awesome.

There are more videos from Kuma in the archives: The Bubble Artist, Epic Pen Spinning, and Cyr wheel performer Isaac Hou.

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