Skateboarding is an amazing extreme ride-on sport that requires agility, superior sense of balance, nerves of steel especially when performing high-flying stunts and tricks, and a passion for speed. Unfortunately, relying on your trusty legs and feet can be tiring. So, even if you can go tops at 80 miles per hour or even beyond that, you’d definitely have to train for it, just as what the current Guinness Book of World Records holder for the fastest skateboard speed in a standing position, Erik Lundberg did. Lundberg did an 81.16 mph record-beater, beating MischoErban by a mere 0.42 mph. That speed record however, was performed downhill on an 18-degree incline in Quebec. With gravity by your side, speed is no problem.