Skateboarding is an increasingly popular extreme sport, with more and more people pushing the boundaries of what is possible on a skateboard. The fastest speed ever achieved on a skateboard is an impressive 135.45 km/h (84.09 mph), set by professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek in March 2010.
Rob Dyrdek is a professional skateboarder and entrepreneur, as well as a television personality. He is the founder and owner of the Street League Skateboarding (SLS) competition series, and he has been featured in various movies, TV shows, and video games. He set the world record speed on a modified skateboard that was designed specifically for the attempt. It had a longer wheelbase, custom wheels, and an aerodynamic body kit.
The record-breaking attempt took place at the Los Angeles County Raceway in Palmdale, California. Rob was clocked at a top speed of 135.45 km/h (84.09 mph) after traveling 200 meters (656 feet). The attempt was certified by Guinness World Records and was broadcast live on ESPN2.
Rob Dyrdek’s record-breaking speed is an incredible achievement, and it is a testament to his skill and determination. It is also a great example of how far skateboarding has come in recent years, as skateboarders continue to push the boundaries of what is possible.