Well your axis was that of a cork. But it looks like you tried to set the cork more forwards sort of like a misty and wound up throwing it into the jump so you probably didn't come uncorked. For flatspin/rodeo the set is a lot like a lincoln, but you open up your shoulders instead of flipping straight sideways.
That's a cork 7, and if you just wait till you're at the lip to throw it, it will come around smoother. and if you want it to be a rodeo, just be alot more patient and try throwing your right hand up towards your left shoulder, it's what works for me...
Yes he set forward, but the set was that of a misty, not a bio. The axis was cork, parallel to the ground with the feet downhill while spinning. The reason he went cork instead of misty is because he tried to throw the trick before he was off of the lip so it bucked him some and took him cork.
A bio is a spin where you are parallel to the ground while spinning but your head is downhill. Tricks are generally characterized by how you spin/flip while in the air and not the set. If everything was named according to how it is set then there would be at least 5 different kinds of rodeos.
ok... a bio is a forward cork wich is WHAT YOU DID
a misty is a frontflip+ rotation if you want
a rodeo looks a lot like a bio but u throw ur right shoulder down more so you go inverted
a flatspin you set it backwards more like an off-axis backflip kind of thing searchbar there's a trick guide somewhere around that explains everything
Ok avila, if you think you know better than myself and Luda-Chris then be my guest. But, you're trick descriptions are pretty much completely wrong. Go to the Ask Turpin cult and post what you think tricks are there so that you can have a genuine pro tell you that you are wrong. I know what all of these tricks are, the differences between them, how they are thrown, and have thrown a number of them myself. Just please get your facts straight before you try to tell kids what tricks they are doing and how to do them correctly when you don't even know yourself. I just told brownsteeze the correct thing. I'm right, you're wrong, end of story.
that angle is really weird it looks like you're going invert and if you don't trust me that it's a bio, then you don't have to but check the link i sent you, it's clearly the same thing as the trick labeled under the name of a "bio". I would know that's like my favorite trick and I do them all za time (/CLAIM) haha
its a cork 7 gone awry. bio = pop off opposite edge, throw leading shoulder up and trailing shoulder downhill toward the knuckle. cork, what you did, begins downhill, then the leading shoulder gets pulled out in the middle of the spin to bring the rotation around. note old tanner footage, he is on axis at the beginning of the spin, then pulls a shoulder out upon grabbing leading mute.