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Now You Put Wheels On The Surfboard

Duh!
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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 didn't finish.

The below link shows a really cool "wave dock" that flexes with the waves as you run along and jump in the water with your surfboard.

So put wheels on the surfboard and ride the dock like a scateboard then veer off onto the wave.

Duh!

doctorremulac3, Oct 15 2018

Surfing flexible dock. https://www.youtube...watch?v=X9tU8ybzcFs
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       If you scale the dock down a bit, essentially it becomes a bendy surf board.
RayfordSteele, Oct 16 2018
  

       You know, that's not a bad idea.   

       Not sure what that would accomplish though. You'd just have a very big surfboard.
doctorremulac3, Oct 16 2018
  

       Finally, an idea that I don't have to google™ or watch the youtube.
reensure, Oct 17 2018
  

       // very big surfboard //   

       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 ...
8th of 7, Oct 17 2018
  

       Skateboards (originally in longboard form) were maybe actually invented by surfers wanting to practise on land.
notexactly, Nov 07 2018
  

       That flexible, land freed wharf could quite easily be dual function.
wjt, Nov 18 2018
  
      
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