Oddities / Aug 2022
The kickback is a true oddity in freestyle – a trick that doesn’t really relate to anything else. But that’s why it’s interesting!
Rail Tricks / Nov 2021
The Latte Flip is a weird one – basically a rail heelflip, it appeared in the early 2000s and has barely been seen since. Let’s change that.
Rail Tricks / Apr 2021
The Rail Toespin is an often overlooked but classic rail trick; leave the railflips alone for a while and get spinning instead!
Caspers Impossibles / Aug 2020
Think the crossfoot impossible to casper looks cool? We agree – but only if you do it right. This guide should help.
Caspers / May 2020
Get ready to destroy your shins. The casper to casper requires a deft touch and a bit of confidence, but it’s not too tough once you know what you’re doing.
50-50s and Pogos Rail Tricks / Dec 2019
Scooping up from rail to no handed 50-50 is a bit harder than going from rail to casper, and requires some subtle movements.
Rail Tricks / Nov 2019
The railwhip is a 360 shuvit from rail where you never lose contact with the board. This version is probably the easiest one to learn, so start here.
50-50s and Pogos / Sep 2019
The Irish flip is an impressive trick which is easier than it looks. You don’t need to be a pogo master for this – just have the no handed 50-50 down first.
Caspers / Apr 2019
The casper to casper is a great trick, but difficult to learn. We recommend you start with the nose casper to casper by using this guide.
Rail Tricks / Apr 2019
The railwhipback is like a shuvit-rewind done in a heelside rail stand. It’s quick, snappy, and demands a combination of balance, board feel, and timing.
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