Professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek from "Rob & Big," the reality television series on MTV and MTV2, gives you a step-by-step guide to nailing some classic skateboarding tricks. In this skate video tutorial, you'll learn how to nose blunt with Rob Dyrdek on your skateboard. The nose blunt is a tricky skate move, and is perfect for a rail in a small park or little half-pipe in the backyard. Rob gives tips on how to jam and land a nose blunt. Nose blunt on a skateboard with Rob Dyrdek.
A 360 frontside pop shove-it starts like an ollie and gets higher than a regular pop shove-it. Learn how to perform this trick from a skateboarding professional in this free skateboarding video series.
Watch this video on how to modify a scooter in order to make a BMX-ish peg for grinds and stalls using parts from an old scooter.
Imagine Jack Black riding into town at the head of a gang of leather-jacketed rebels on his A4 razor with a wheelie bar and an extended deck. “What are you razoring against?” demands the town sheriff. “What have you got?” says Jack in the Brando role, turning his back to the law, peeling out and sending a dirt clod and a pebble at the sheriff's shoe in a gesture of fierce defiance.
In this video series, our expert will demonstrate how to do a variety of beginning skateboarding tricks. You will will learn the basics of skateboarding from pushing to turning your skateboard, to more advanced tricks like back side 180's and crooked grinds.
Longboards are known more for their efficiency of transport and thrilling downhill riding than for tricks. Silly Rabbit, tricks are for shortboards! Or not. This video will show you how to do a cool little longboard trick, a slapdown ollie onto a curb. It's pretty easy, and is a very cool way to arrive somewhere on your longboard.
This video, by GC Productions, brings you this segment of "Hammered and Screwed". In this episode, they teach you how to make your own skateboard at home, using materials you may have around the house or may find at your local hardware store. You will need 6 to 9 pieces of wood veneer, cut to 30" by 10", (the amount of pieces you will need depends on the thickness of the veneer, and how much flex you would like in your skateboard), and enough wood glue to coat each piece. Once they have glued...
Longboards are known more for being fun to ride than for their great potential for tricks, but if you ride a longboard and like to get a little air, watch this video! It will teach you how to do an early grab off a curb or other drop. Basically, you just grab the board right before you get your air, which give you enough to get up and recover before you hit the ground. This is one of the few airs you can reasonably do with a longboard, so practice up!
This video will show you an easy way how to lubricate the chain on your Razor Electric Scooter. This process is shown on the E200, it should also be the same on the E300,and E100.
Tony Hawk may very well be the greatest skateboarder of all time. At age 42, the legendary Hawk can still pull off a 900. For those who don't know, a "900" refers to a 900 degree aerial spin off of a skateboard ramp. This is one of the most insane skateboarding tricks, and Hawk is one of only four (in the world) who have ever pulled it off.
This is a short explaining the scooter trick known as the briflip; it's a fairly easy trick to land once you have enough air. The briflip takes about a week to learn and land perfectly on your scooter.
In this tutorial, we learn how to perform a Ghost Ride Heelflip on a long board. First, get on your board and start to petal. Then, bring your left foot off and bring it near the board, as close as you can. Then, bring your right foot behind you and then flip your board over. After this, jump up with both of your feet and jump onto the board to the other side of you. Practice doing this to get it right, it may take you a little while. When done, you can start to learn different variations on ...
In this tutorial, we learn how to do a boneless flip skateboard trick. When you do this, it should be in one smooth and fluid movement, so practice each part before you do it. You have to reach down, put your hand on the board and slide your foot off. You can pull the board straight up or scoop it out, depending on what you prefer. Once you lift the board up, you will place it right back on the ground and keep riding. You don't want to just grab the board and have it fall, you can flip the bo...
To begin with, you may want to learn how to kick flip before you try to do a casper flip as that is half of the trick. Try practicing it at a low speed as there is a lot of movement with your feet and this will help you keep control of the board. Now set your front foot on the two bolts in the front of your board and have your back foot square. Pop the board up like a normal kick flip, sliding your foot underneath the board as you flip it and when it is flipped over, spin the board back aroun...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a fakie kick-flip on a skateboard. Users should first know how to do the kick-flip before attempting this trick. Begin in a kick-flip position, with the back foot on the tail and the front foot slightly above the center of the board. Bend your knees and pop the tail. Flick your front foot up and out off the board. Then catch in midair on both your feet. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in skateboarding, and would like to ...
Doing a 360 on a skateboard is easy with these tips. Get expert advice on skateboard decks and tricks in this video tutorial. Take action: keep your foot on the tail, turn the upper body first, balance on back wheels, front wheels lift slightly, and turn body in any direction. Shawn, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, has over twenty years of skateboarding knowledge. He has appeared in Slap, Thrasher and Transworld magazines and his sponsors include Venture Trucks, Ricta Wh...
Skateboarding is the act of riding on and performing tricks with a skateboard. Try performing a hurricane, which is one of the many tricks to learn from a skateboarding professional in this free skateboarding video series.
In this video Eric Joneckis gives you a few tips on acting like a true skateboarder. If you want other people to take you seriously as a skateboarder, you need to look the part. Here are a few tips: Always wear a shoelace belt, skateboarding shoes that shouldn't be untied to take them off, long hair and a cap to keep it all in place. Next to style, attitude is the most important thing you can have. Learn how to fool the people around you into thinking you are a good skateboarder. If you can't...
Turning on a skateboard ramp is an often overlooked skill that is tough to master. Get expert tips and advice on skateboard decks and tricks in this video lesson. Take action: go up ramp, put weight on tail while slowing down, use upper body to perform turn, and lead with the eyes and upper body. Shawn, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, has over twenty years of skateboarding knowledge. He has appeared in Slap, Thrasher and Transworld magazines and his sponsors include Vent...
This is a video dedicated to the teaching of the skateboarding trick called the primo flip.
Watch this video to learn the so called "secret" to pulling off a boned ollie on a skateboard.
A skateboarding trick tips video on how to do a Pressure Hardflip
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a switch kick-flip on a skateboard. It is the same as a regular kick-flip, except you switch your stance. Users should be able to perform a regular kick-flip before attempting this trick. Start with the front foot near angled near the bolts and back foot on the tail of the board. Pop the tail hard and flick the front foot outwards. Make sure that your weight is centered and do not lean to far back or forward. This video will benefit those viewer...
This video tutorial shows how to use a Roarockit Thin Air Press for teaching deckmaking. The glueup is done in one session. See how to build a skateboard with the Roarockit Thin Air Press!
The fakie disaster gets its name from when it's done wrong, it turns into a big mistake. Learn how to perform a fakie disaster from a skateboarding professional in this free skateboarding video series.
This is a video dedicated to the teaching of the skateboarding trick called the No-Comply Impossible. The No-comply Impossible is not too hard, and this video will tell you how to do it as well as fix any problems you may have with it.
This is a video dedicated to the teaching of the skateboarding trick called the 360 Manual. Learning the 360 manual is not very hard, it just takes practice.
Skateboarder Neil Hendrix teaches you how to drop into a quarter pipe or half pipe. Remember to bend your knees. Drop into a quarter or half pipe on a skateboard.
This video will show you how to build your own balance board, including all the dimensions. Balance boards have been known in the circus for a long time as rola-bolas, but they are now appearing on the market as indoboards or voodoo boards. They are used as balance training aids for various board sports, mainly surfing, skating and snowboarding. I will show you how to make your own at a fraction of the cost. They are also great fun to play with and, with a bit of practice, tricks such as walk...
This video shows how to ollie higher on a skateboard. It has demonstrations from Melvin the Nerd, who shows proper technique to ollie. The ollie is done best when your board is pushed backward as you are jumping, then pushed forward as you are elevating. To practice while moving, jump over an upside-down skateboard. Once you can do that, try over an upside-up board until you reach consistency. Keep adding boards or moving the distances until you become better. If you're having trouble, preten...
The Frontside 180 Ollie is a skateboarding maneuver where the rider pops their board into the air and then does a 180-degree turn in mid-flight. Exclaiming “Gnarly!” afterward is totally optional. You will need a skateboard, a flat & dry surface, lots of practice, and courage & stamina. Tip: the lower you bend down, the higher your board will fly into the air.
Get tips on picking out and buying a skateboard, maintaining it so that it stays in good shape, and repairing any problems that might occur, with the tips and advice in this free series of skateboard maintenance and repair video guides.
Want to grind a rail and not just roll around on your skateboard? Let our professional skateboarder show you how make the jump to the next level in this free skateboarding instructional video series.
This is a quick video tutorial on how to master the basics of skateboarding. These skateboarding basics include how to maneuver, ollie and perform a pop shuvit on your board. If you know nothing about skateboarding tricks, this could be a good start for you. Learn about the trucks, the hardware, the grip, and everything else on the board. This is a great, not to mention odd, introduction to the world of skateboarding.
Professional skateboarder Ryan Smith teaches you how to perform a frontside flip on your board in this video tutorial.
This video provides tricks and tips on how to drop in on a ramp while skateboarding. This is an essential skateboard skill for anyone planing on skating in a park.
Steve Caballero teaches in this tutorial about how to to do a frontside boneless flip.
Learn how to practice some advanced skateboarding, snowboarding, or wakeboarding tricks on a homemade balance board.
Skateboarding trick tips on how to do a Kickback.
Tony Hawke and Eric Koston both define a hard flip and then demonstrate it. It is a flip of the skateboard while going on a flat surface, like a parking lot. Push down with your back foot, apply pressure on one side, then get your feet out of the way (by jumping) to allow the board to flip, then land back on the board (all while moving, of course). Apply a quick hard turn at the end to compensate for over-rotation. Tony and Eric joke around about Tony's inferior hard flips but he's a vert ska...