FR2979062A1 - Fixing device for fixing e.g. foot of user on street board, to practice urban glide sports, has rectangular main part surrounding and retaining glide board, and fixing loop fixed on main part to accommodate front part of shoe - Google Patents

Fixing device for fixing e.g. foot of user on street board, to practice urban glide sports, has rectangular main part surrounding and retaining glide board, and fixing loop fixed on main part to accommodate front part of shoe Download PDF

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FR2979062A1
FR2979062A1 FR1102532A FR1102532A FR2979062A1 FR 2979062 A1 FR2979062 A1 FR 2979062A1 FR 1102532 A FR1102532 A FR 1102532A FR 1102532 A FR1102532 A FR 1102532A FR 2979062 A1 FR2979062 A1 FR 2979062A1
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Florent Herouard
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C17/00Roller skates; Skate-boards
    • A63C17/26Roller skates; Skate-boards with special auxiliary arrangements, e.g. illuminating, marking, or push-off devices
    • A63C17/262Roller skates; Skate-boards with special auxiliary arrangements, e.g. illuminating, marking, or push-off devices with foot bindings or supports therefor
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C17/00Roller skates; Skate-boards
    • A63C17/01Skateboards
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62KCYCLES; CYCLE FRAMES; CYCLE STEERING DEVICES; RIDER-OPERATED TERMINAL CONTROLS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CYCLES; CYCLE AXLE SUSPENSIONS; CYCLE SIDE-CARS, FORECARS, OR THE LIKE
    • B62K3/00Bicycles
    • B62K3/002Bicycles without a seat, i.e. the rider operating the vehicle in a standing position, e.g. non-motorized scooters; non-motorized scooters with skis or runners

Abstract

Removable fixing device (or foot-rest) for skateboard (including its variants: waveboard, longboard, streetboard, snakeboard, carver skateboard ...) and scooter. This invention makes it possible, with a fastener that attaches easily (without tools) to the skateboard or the scooter, to secure the machine with the feet of its user, thus, the latter jumping in the air is accompanied, in his jump, by his gliding machine. The device is composed of a main part (1) in the form of a wide band that surrounds the board gliding in the direction of the width of the board. On this main piece, positioned above the gliding board is an adjustable fastening loop (2) in which the user lodges his foot to be able to perform jumps and be accompanied by his gliding machine. This device adds an extra dimension to so-called urban gliding sports, allowing a practice that enriches traditional practices without fixation.

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The present invention relates to a removable fastening device (or footrest) for skateboards and scooters. This invention makes it possible, with a fastener that attaches easily to the skateboard or the scooter, to secure the craft with the feet of the user, so that the latter is accompanied, in his jump, by his craft of slips. Until now the skateboard or scooter is practiced without the user is attached. He must therefore perform figures to make jumps. The "011ie" (single jump) in skateboarding consists, while being balanced on the board, to slam the back of the board on the ground so that the craft takes off, the user simultaneously making a jump to the above the board to accompany him in his ascent and descent; it's finally about falling back on the board. On a scooter, to jump, you drive the machine with you by holding it, with both hands, by the handlebars and making a jump. The solution provided makes it possible to jump without resorting to particular figures (or techniques), like the "ollie" in skateboard. The user must simply jump to train with him, in the air, the machine on which it is, the skateboard or the scooter being attached to his feet. In addition the device proposed here is removable, that is to say that it can be installed and removed very easily, which allows to alternate at will the traditional practice (without fixation) and practice with fixings. The device does not replace the traditional practice, on the contrary, it enriches it by proposing an additional way of using the skateboards or the scooter, without preventing conventional uses. The use of bindings in the practice of skateboarding (and its derivatives) mainly serves two purposes: it allows beginners to jump without knowing the figures necessary for these acrobatics; for experienced skateboard and scooter users, the use of bindings can open up new perspectives, particularly in the practice of skateboard pitches. They can make it possible to practice higher jumps, more advanced rotations, than does the traditional use of the gliding boards. For the most confirmed yet, the bindings can be used to perform somersaults, previously impossible figures in skateboard and -2 - 35 scooters, but possible to roll (roller skates) since the user to ride is fixed to his gliding gear. Two bindings for the skateboards (one for each foot) and one for the scooter (only for the support foot) are preferably used.
40 We will present here a fixation because there is no distinction between a right foot fixation and a left foot fixation. Figure 1 shows a fastener installed on a skateboard, seen in profile (on the top). It presents the loop in which the foot of 45 the user will come to fix. Figure 2 shows a fastener installed on a skateboard and viewed from below. It can be seen in this figure that the fastener attaches under the skateboard by superimposing the two ends of the main piece with a system of self-gripping strips ("Velcro" (registered trademark)).
Figure 3 shows an open and flat attachment (not attached to a board). We note in this figure mainly the notch arranged to come to position at the axle of the skateboard. Figure 4 shows a fixture installed on a scooter viewed in profile (and from above).
Figure 5 shows scooter bindings, flat, not installed on a scooter board. On the left the fastening loop is closed, on the right it is open. Let us present in detail how a room is constituted and what are the 60 variants for the different uses essentially skateboard and scooter. An attachment consists of a rectangular main part (1), flat and flexible, which will serve to surround the board in the direction of its width as a kind of wide belt. The length of this piece must be greater than the distance that makes it possible to go around a skateboard or a scooter so that the two ends can be superimposed. The two ends of this piece attach themselves to each other under the plate by a system of strong ties as self-gripping strips (4). For skateboards, this main piece will be hollowed out of a -3 - rectangle (a notch) (3) corresponding to the surface of the base of an axle (5) of 70 skateboard. This "belt" will be used to surround the skateboard in the direction of its width. The recessed notch (3) will be placed below the skateboard on either side of the base of the axle, which will serve to maintain it and prevent it from slipping. For the scooter this opening is useless because its plate does not have 75 not this system of axles. However, in all cases, to prevent the device from sliding along the board, the wide band (1) will be equipped with a non-slip material on its part in direct contact with the gliding board. On the main part (1) will be fixed attachment part (foot wedge) (2), which will be used to keep the foot attached to the machine. This part, which will be called 80 fastening loop, consists of a device of flexible material (straps, textile, plastics, fiberglass ...) which will be used to tighten the shoe against the main part (1) itself. even tied around the skateboard or scooter. As a result, the tight foot will be secured to the machine. The fastening loop is fastened (6) to the main piece by means of a system of solid fasteners (for example: stitches with a strong thread, glue, screws and nuts). The buckle (2) will be placed on the main piece (1) so that the buckle is on the top of the skateboard (and its variants) or scooter when the main piece (1) belt the board. She (2) 90 will have to be approximately in the middle of the board. This corresponds to the natural position of the feet in the use of the scooter and the skateboard. Two variants are noted here which each respond to a specificity of the use of types of gear (skateboard and scooter) and especially to the 95 specificity of the positioning of the feet in their use. In the practice of skateboards the user will be positioned perpendicular to the direction of the walk, while a scooter it will rather position in the direction of travel. The feet of the skateboard user will therefore rather be positioned perpendicularly to the board, that is to say that the heel will overflow one side 100 of the board (in the direction of the width of the board). board), and that the tip of the foot (the toes) will protrude at the other end of the board. The user of the scooter will position the front foot in the direction of travel, that is to say that this foot will be -4 - in the axis of the board. As a result of this positioning of the feet, the fastening loop (2) should be positioned on the main part (1) adequately 105 to respect this ideal positioning. It is possible to envisage an adjustment system, by the user, of the positioning (of the orientation) of the fastening loop (2) on the main part (1). This device would allow the user to choose as precisely as possible the orientation angle of the fastening loop. This would allow each user to define himself the most ideal and comfortable position to place his feet on the machine. Note here a specificity for a "waveboard" type skateboard binding.The "waveboard" is a skateboard with only two wheels aligned (one at the front, the other at the back). It is therefore appropriate that the fixing provided for this type of skateboard takes into account this specificity, a notch must be specifically provided to be fixed on each side of the axle of the single wheel. smaller than that provided for the skateboard skateboard, it will also serve, as in the case of the skateboard skateboard, to keep the device 120 fixed to the craft by preventing it from The device according to the invention is particularly intended for the use of sliding sports such as skateboard and its derivatives and the scooter.It allows to secure the user to his gliding board.

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  1. CLAIMS1) foot binding device (or footrest) for gliding boards, which allows to secure a foot of the user to his board, characterized in 130 it consists of a wide band (1) that surrounds and holds the board, broadband (1) on which is fixed a fastening loop (2) which can accommodate the front part of a shoe.
  2. 2) Fastening device according to claim 1, characterized in that it is removable and attaches without tools, the wide band (1) of flexible material, 135 wrapping around the gliding board, and the ends of this band (1) meet and attach themselves to each other from below the board, with a system of strong ties, such as self-gripping strips (4).
  3. 3) Device according to claims 1 and 2, characterized in that the fastening loop (2) is made of flexible material (webbing, textile, resin, plastic materials or fiberglass) and is positioned on the broadband so as to once it is wrapped around the board, the fastening loop (2) is on the top of the board; in use, the shoe of the user is in contact with the wide band (1) by its sole, and the fastening loop (2) by its upper part; the fastening loop (2) is adjustable to the size of the shoe. 145
  4. 4) Device according to the preceding claims, characterized in that it provides a system for adjusting the orientation of the fastening loop (2) relative to the broadband (1) so that the user can choose himself the angle of orientation that best fits the positioning of his feet on his board in his practice. 150
  5. 5) Device according to the preceding claims, characterized in that in the case where the gliding board is a skateboard, the wide band (1) surrounding the board is perforated with an opening which corresponds to the minimum, the dimension the base of an axle (3).
  6. 6) Device according to the preceding claims, characterized in that 155 it is equipped with a non-slip material under the broad band (1), in contact with this piece and the gliding board, which aims to limit the sliding of the device on Plate.
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