Isn't an underflip/overflip a 90 + lincoln + 90? Underflip is toward the kicker, overflip is away from it. I've done neither, but when you do a lincoln, you never go blind, whereas an underflip you do. I guess the hard part is keeping a level center like you said...
in the park they are the same trick pretty much
but in pow dont land switch
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it really depends on how you throw them. i would not say lincoln 180 is a rodeo 5, because most people spin the 180 pretty much at the very end of the flip. I've explained how to throw a true rodeo 5 too many times...and it is in no way any way like throwing a lincoln or lincoln 1.
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just look back to the first snowboarders that were doing rodeos in the mid-late 90s, it was by definition heel roll, and a backside 180 for a bs rodeo 5. toe roll and frontside 180 for fs rodeo.
since you're flipping clockwise and spinning counter clockwise, the two get blended differently with different riders, so i mean not all rodeos look like a defined side flip and spin, but thats the basis of the trick. Anyways I'm starting to sound like im writing a paper for school so you can take it or leave it, im sure you know what a rodeo is and looks like, just alot of you never thought of it that way.