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Not really an invention as much as the addition of a missing
piece to a very clever invention somebody else though of but
The below link shows a really cool "wave dock" that flexes
with the waves as you run along and jump in the water with
So put wheels on
the surfboard and ride the dock like a
scateboard then veer off onto the wave.
Surfing flexible dock.
[doctorremulac3, Oct 15 2018]
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||If you scale the dock down a bit, essentially it becomes a bendy surf
||You know, that's not a bad idea.
||Not sure what that would accomplish though. You'd
just have a very big surfboard.
||Finally, an idea that I don't have to google or watch the
||If you made it big enough, you could put high sides on it, and have a place to sit down in the dry, out of the wind ...
||Skateboards (originally in longboard form) were maybe
actually invented by surfers wanting to practise on land.
||That flexible, land freed wharf could quite easily be dual function.