10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss


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When talking about skateboarding, instantly, all we think are those extreme games that fly around with boards over. Actually, it is, and skateboarding is one of those sports that requires style, athleticism, agility, and high risk. Well, controlling the board is the first thing you will learn and understand. You need to be one with the board if you want to be like these extraordinary sports enthusiasts. Skaters or skateboarders have gone through their ups and downs just to have their tricks perfectly performed. Thus, some of them even created their own special craziest board tricks that made people awe. These are some of them with their insanely peculiar skateboard trick ever landed.

Rodney Mullen and his IMPOSSIBLE FLIP

10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss
10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss

An American professional skateboarder that invented this “impossible flip.” This trick is an impossible one based on physics laws, and Mullen knows a lot about physics. He defied the odds of the law and created his impossible flip. He deeply understands physics well that it allows him to rotate his board around the intermediate Axis. Hence, this theory is an impossible one. His impossible flip is the skater or skateboarder makes his skateboard do the backflip. Impossible, isn’t it?

Chris Coles’ BS 360 KICKFLIP IN CARLSBAD GAP

The Carlsbad Gap was located at the Carlsbad High School in Carlsbad, California. The place was famous for every skateboarder out there and was well known for its extraordinary difficulty. It has countless obstacles that made it challenging for most skaters, especially to successfully get across the gap and land. Chris Cole, a professional skateboarder, went on the place and took 12 tries before successfully completing the trick. 

OLLIE BACKSIDE 360 BY Rob Lorifice

Rob Lorifice won the bronze medal at the X-Games 2010 with his Ollie Backside 360. The trick may look complicated to some skaters, but he nails it smoothly and perfectly. He positioned his back foot through the tail as his front foot close to the center of the front bolts. As he moves forward, he bends his knees and winds his shoulders. Right after he is about a quarter way around, he starts winding his arms and completes the rest of the trick. It was a successful backside 360 degrees before he landed.

Danny Way’s “THE GREAT WALL”

10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss
10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss

Danny Way has won numerous X-Game medals, similar to Bob Burnquist. Way back in 2005, he built a 70-feet section skateboard ramp on the Great Wall of China. He decided to break his records for the highest and longest jumps.

BACKSIDE 360 KICKFLIP BY Chris Joslin

Chris landed his trick, the Backside 360-flip over the concrete stairs at The Rincon Big 4 in Escondido, California. After multiple tries, he completed the trick. Most skateboarders learn Joslin’s backside 360 kickflip trick, where the challenging part is where it is held.

THE EL TORO KICKFLIP OF Dave Bachinsky

10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss
10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss

The famous “El Toro 20” is at EL Toro High School in Lake Forest, California. It is a good spot for most skaters due to its long rail slides. Way back in February 2006, Dave Bachinsky was the first skater to complete a kickflip through the top of the stairs. Dave needs to pop an Ollie and use his front feet to tap the board’s nose into a 360-degrees horizontal spin. It was the hardest part of the trick that he had to land it by catching the board while spinning through the air and landing on the pavement. After 12 attempts, he completed the trick.

Paul Rodriguez’s SWITCH 360 FLIP

10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss
10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss

One of the most well-known places for skaters is the Santa Monica Triple Set in Santa Monica, California. Paul Rodriguez has one of the famous skaters that successfully landed the 360-flip over the three sets of stairs. He completed the trick while he was filming a commercial from a known brand. As he was practicing the trick, he failed and broke his ankle. However, he still tries the next day again and successfully jumps the stairs.

THE VEGAS BOMB DROP OF THE Danny Way

Wayback in 2006, an attempt to break the record of the highest bomb drop was successfully achieved. Danny Way, an American professional skater, was at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas to break the record of the said trick. The holder of the title dropped 12 feet through the halfpipe. He broke the record as he started to scaffold 78 feet through the air and freefall 20 feet into the bowl below. Danny Way’s first try was unsuccessful, but after a few more attempts, he landed successfully.

WATER TOWER OLLIE BY Jeremy Wray

Jeremy Wray is one of the greatest American skaters of all time. Yes, there is no doubt about it as he is one of the covers of Thrasher magazine way back in 1997. He completed his death-defying and legendary Ollie through the gap of two water towers in Rowland Heights, California. The two towers were 40 feet tall, and the gap is only 18 feet. Both of the towers have flat concrete surfaces with the same height. Once he decides to complete the trick, there’s no coming back and completely nails it. 

Bob Burnquist’s MEGA RAMP FAKIE TO FAKIE 900

10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss
10 Insanely Peculiar Skateboard Tricks You Must Not Miss

Robert Dean Silva Burnquist is the first skater to complete one of the most challenging skateboard tricks; the fakie to fakie 900. He completed the trick on a mega ramp and believed it or not; he landed the impossible trick on his own backyard. As he tried one last time to do the trick, he skated down backwards to the ramp. Then, he rotated his body and board two and a half times and rode it backward through the ramp. It is one of the most difficult and most laborious tricks that is completed and achieved.

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