I admit that I could NEVER do that and that is looks absurdly sick. However, when you analyze it, it isn't that amazing. If you watch it, he is just doing a rodeo 7 with a short slide on the rail in the middle. I think it is very creative and again, makes me vomit watching, but don't think the tricks you see in videos are un-doable or that the guys doing them are gods. That said, I can't wait to get the movie, I have purchased L1P for 3 years straight, going to make it four
i can see how he would do....its a sick trick. and its mooth for the flatpsin park. atleast its not an 810 or 990. if you can do flat 3s and 5s then you can see where it wouldnt be very hard except fo ryou need the right setup
i would agree.... except he then proceeded to 270 out of the rail which showed he had some control of himself while on the rail. it wasnt just a cork 810 to rail tap.
and the title of the thread is misleading... you didnt break down anything.
i think your completely wrong, if that was a flat/rodeo 7 with a rail slide after 450 then he would have slid it on his stomach, because he wouldn't be upright, he did a flat 450 to rail slide to 270 off, there was no way that was even close to a flat/rodeo 7 with a slide in the middle flat 450s are completely different than flat 7s, and in my opinion much harder
yeah its def not a flat 7 with a rail in the middle.
the thing that blew my mind about corey's trick was the 270 out, as someone said it showed he was in control on the rail and not just flipping into a rail tap at the end.
of course he had control. He does a rodeo different that you do perhaps. If you take the rail out of the equation you can see that he did the initial part of a rodeo 5 and simply landed on the rail. Yes, he had excellent control, but it was all part of a rodeo 7. As for the breakdown, I simply meant that people are all like "oooohh, 450 to 270" when it is really all one trick, separated by a rail. That is my point.
No, there is a difference. Most of the time when you see a big spin or flip to rail, the person barely touches the rail or is way out of control. If you watch the shot of Corey again, the rodeo/flat 450 is almost floaty, the rail landing is perfect, and then he pops the quick 270. If you're saying that the 450 would have made him 270 off even if he wasn't trying, I think that's wrong.
use sarcasm tags, its the way to go. example= [sarcasm]that trick is easy i bet sketchline could do that[/sarcasm]
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