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Stair-Rover: Surf the city with an innovative longboard

A project in Paddington, United Kingdom by Stair-Rover

Cancelled by Kickstarter

Stair-Rover is a longboard unlike any other. It's designed from the ground up to surf the entire city.
Backers: 170
Average Pledge Per Backer: £287

Funded: £48,813 of £50,000
Dates: Jun 19th -> Aug 1st (43 days)
Project By: Stair-Rover
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Latest News

Installing the Stair-Rover chassis

July 17th - via:
Hi there,   We heard many people saying they’d like to know how to install the chassis on their own boards. So, we made this demonstration video showing you how to assemble the chassis. Have a look: Best regards from... (Read More)

Octo-wheel skateboard seeks funding on Kickstarter to cruise down stairs

July 17th - via:
Skateboards are a neat way to get from place to place, but only if everything is built at ground level. All those stairs make it quite a bit harder to roll around. This problem has been plaguing humanity for far too long, but there is a new Kickstarter that is valiantly standing up to the injustice of stairs. How? With an 8-wheeled skateboard. (Read More)

The Stair-Rover is on The Berrics!

July 16th - via:
Hi,  Have you heard the great news? The Stair-Rover is on The Berrics!  Check it out:  Huge thanks to both Mikey Taylor and Chase Gabor for testing out the Stair-Rover! We... (Read More)

New Kickstarter project video for surfing London

July 4th - via:
Hi Stair-Rover backers and friends,  we are excited to let you know we have released a new Kickstarter project video. Please check our project page . The video highlights some amazing footage of boarders riding the Stair-Rover in London: surfing... (Read More)

New shipping costs

July 1st - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Good news! We reduced shipping costs.

July 1st - via:
Hi there, we have had a number of queries regarding shipping costs. The international delivery charges for longboards are expensive. We have been working hard to reduce shipping costs and have good news for backers. We are pleased to provide an... (Read More)

Stair-descending skateboard hits Kickstarter

June 19th - via:
Last year around this time, London-based product designer PoChih Lai unveiled his 8-wheeled Stair-Rover skateboard. Using four independently-pivoting sets of two wheels, the prototype longboard was actually able to descend stairs – hence its name. Consumers may soon be able to buy one of their own, as Lai and his team have just started a Kickstarter campaign to finance commercial production of the skateboard. (Read More)

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