You can have various skateboards like action electric skateboard but do you know how to use them. There are some skateboard tricks that you think you cannot learn but they are not so difficult. Alright, so now it’s time to move on to our trick, which is called the rail stand flip, or more commonly, just a rail flip on a smaller board. To perform this trick, first you’re going to need to be able to get into rail stand position. For a full tutorial on that topic, which includes three separate ways to get into rail stand, you can click the link that I’ll put right at the end of this video. OK, so to get started with this trick, first I would recommend learning the standing rail flip. Learning that maneuver will help you get a feel for how to pop the board with your back foot to get it to spin properly before you try it with both of your feet on top of the board. Once you’re ready to move on to trying it from rail stand positioning, you can ease into it by flipping the board and then landing with one of your feet on the ground again, and then progress to landing it with both feet on the board once you feel confident that you’re able to consistently flip the board so that it lands on its wheels.
As you pop this trick, have your feet positioned so that the ball of your front foot is directly over top of the front set of wheels, and the toes of your back foot are over the tail, and as you jump into the air, flick your back foot down at the ankle and pull it back slightly. Now there are plenty of variations to the type of flips you can do from rail stand, but I’ve found that the easiest and most consistent one is to flip the board in a varial double kick flip motion, which is also known as a nightmare flip.
With that, let’s move on to the next trick on our list, which is the called a firecracker. Now, I know this trick might seem a little daunting at first, but once you start trying it, you’re going to be delightfully surprised at how easy it actually is to get all the way to the bottom of the stairs without falling off of your board. Alright, so before you start trying this trick, first I would recommend that you spend some time practicing your manuals on flat ground until you are able to hold them for at least 3 to 5 seconds each time. Once you’re feeling pretty confident with your manuals, you can start practicing a very important stepping stone trick, which just involves riding off of a curb and landing in a manual.
When you do a firecracker, you’ll simply be repeating this exact motion over and over for every step that you go down. Once you’re ready to try this move down stairs, start with the smallest stair set you can find and try to hold a manual while riding down the set of stairs, while focusing on keeping your body weight centered over the board and trying to ignore the fact that the skate board is electric rattling around underneath your feet. If you start to feel like you’re losing your balance, you should be able to bail the maneuver safely by taking your back foot off first and walking or running the rest of the way down the stairs. Once you get to the bottom, you can set down your front wheels again and ride away like it was no big deal. Now, once you feel like you’re properly and fully locking into the nose stall, you can start to approach the ledge at an angle and work your way from small slides up to larger ones. To dismount a nose slide, before you come to a complete stop on the ledge, unweight your front foot and twist your hips by counter-rotating your shoulders so that you’ll drop down onto the landing in your normal stance.