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In 2009 Rob Dyrdek and Joe Ciaglia built the world’s largest skateboard. At Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania Joe did a test run.

Camp Woodward always makes sure that its visitors have an unforgettable experience. Campers and staff took the giant skateboard out for a ride, more precisely, the largest skateboard measured (11.14 m long, 2.63 m wide and 1.10 m high). Later, Joe Ciaglia (California Skate park’s owner) decided to take his personal creation for the ride of a lifetime. Even though the project didn’t really workout in the end, the engineering that went into it was impressive.

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