Demonstrations of PipeBoard TricksPipeBoarders are always coming up with new balance board tricks. If you are trying to figure out how to pull tricks, check out some of the demos: 180 Shove-It, 360 Shove-It, 180 Ollie, Kickflips, Heelflips Dallas LeBlanc on his first day pipeboard. (photo: Kelly Slater) Most tricks have specific names in the system of skateboarding flip tricks. The basic tricks are the kickflip, heelflip, Frontside/Backside 180, and pop shove-it. Though most of the simple combinations have names, such as varial kickflip, hardflip, inward heelflip, varial heelflip, most can be described by using rotation math and the basic name (e.g. frontside 360 heelflip, 360 kickflip). Pipeboarding terminology is a sort of 'jargon' as many terms in skateboarding can be used to refer to more than one trick. For example, on a PipeBoard a "360 kickflip" could mean a 360 pop shove-it with a kickflip, or a "kickflip 360" could mean a 360 body-and-board rotation with a kickflip.
Click here for a 360 Shove-It on a PipeBoard Demo, including video on the 360 shove-it...
180Shove-ItPipeBoards are ridden on grass, carpet, or inside or outside.)
Click here for a 180 Shove-It on a PipeBoard Demo, including video on the 180 shove-it...