(n.) - the degree of instability a street luger experiences when reaching high speeds on a skateboard during a downhill run. Often triggered or augmented by increased pace, improper luging form, uneven luging surfaces, contact with a fellow luger, and/or oncoming cars, bikers, and pedestrians. May be compensated by decreasing pace, altering form, luging on smooth, even surfaces, maintaining a safe distance from other lugers, and avoiding road hazards.
Origin: Sept. 2007; Eng. Wobble + Mobility
Due to Sarah's tendency to freak out and lose her nerves when luging, her wobility is greatly magnified.