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02-26-2014 03:11 AM
24WERD snowboard addiction freestyle videos on youtube.

try doing a search in the trick tip section.

its possible.

try putting or shifting weight over the front foot and in one motion rock to the back foot flexing the board.

trusnow or the old sierra someothing has a youtube video on it.

Where's Jed when you need him? goto web site. (hope that is the address).
02-26-2014 02:44 AM
Is it possible to ollie a rocker

So I am an intermediate boarder ride all mountain on a lib-tech attack banana 14. I want to up my game into a all mountain/freestyle rider so I have to learn the basics going Italy Milky way in 2 weeks and want to learn to ollie,ride switch,jump. I have seen clips on YouTube how to ollie and tried a little practise in my front room yesterday, I just have two questions 1. do you find it easy to ollie a rocker? 2. when i put all my weight to my back foot to perform a oille for it to pop up do I just lift my lead foot?

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