Britain's biggest skateboard
At nearly 22 feet long, eight feet wide and weighing 40 stone, this is the UK's largest skateboard.
It took a team of six engineers 300 hours to complete, can host up to 30 children at once and weighs as much as a baby African elephant.
The project was launched after a survey showed two thirds of children thought the Olympics would be worth watching only when more extreme sports were included.
Hundreds of schoolchildren entered a competition to design the board with the accolade going to 10-year-old Kate Emslex from Worcester.
The board was created by sweet brand Mega Mouth and has now been moved to its permanent home at Britain's largest indoor skate park, Rampworx, in Liverpool.
British under-14 skateboard champ Matty Carlise said: "This is the most awesome board I've ever seen and I think it's fantastic that so many kids are keen to see skateboarders compete on such a grand stage.
"There has been a real buzz surrounding the Olympics over the past couple of years but as far as I'm concerned the debate on whether the sport should be included in the games is over. I want in for 2016."