People ask - how did you come up with the name LEIF?
This video says it all, but for a longer version, here goes...
The first move that you learn in snowboarding is called the 'falling leaf'. You basically slide sideways down the mountain, back and forth in a smooth sliding motion like a leaf falling from a tree.
This movement has never been possible to do on flat pavement, so we defined the 'Turing test' for this project as the ability to do a falling LEIF down any street. We didn't stop innovating until we could do a falling leaf down a flat street at 20mph.
The move that you see in this video is the falling leaf, and all of our hard work over the last two years has paid off.
Anyone, anywhere in the world, can now ride their hometown streets like a snowboard!