if you have a tube at your park try to learn frontswaps and backswaps, easy and fun especially if you make them surface swaps
sniper taps/ tail taps are extremely fun as well and they look sick
270 on looks insane to me, and I've been sliding rails consistently and confidently now for only like a month
frontswaps and backswaps also look sick but i have no idea how people dont just bang their tips into the rail when they switch up
definitely will give backslides and sniper taps a try this weekend though!
Matthew_SorichSafety slide, just get on the rail and bend over and grab safety, in my opinion there easier then 270s on and easier then backslides.
got it. will attempt.
Celery540s and if you have a jump for it go for a 720.
haha ok I will go for this too
chafe.If you wanna throw down this spring, find a nice slush day and just huck the backie, theyre way less sketchy as you see the landing 90% of the time and arent terrible to bring around
its so easy for me to say I am going to try this, and I honestly hope I don't pussy out. I have 0 tramp or diving board experience, so all I know is jump—tuck—spot landing
LemuelLearn to slide unnatural, and learn to hit features switch. It will make you more able to hit any feature in any park.
I am actually practicing this. Just skiing switch has been made so much easier since I've center mounted in Feb.
Sliding unnatural—is that called lip on? I will give it a shot
Hopefully I can get a video of my best attempts at these for you guys.