Freestyle Skateboarding Tricks: Flat Ground, Rails, Transitions

Freestyle Skateboarding Tricks: Flat Ground, Rails, Transitions


By (author) Sean D'Arcy, By (author) Phillip Marshall

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  • Publisher: FIREFLY BOOKS
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 147mm x 173mm x 10mm | 91g
  • Publication date: 26 August 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Richmond Hill, Ont.
  • ISBN 10: 1554076668
  • ISBN 13: 9781554076666
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 576,086

Product description

Flips, slides, grinds, pivots and much, much more for skateboarders. In this how-to guide, Sean D'Arcy, a world-renowned soccer freestyler, and Phillip Marshall, a top skateboard freestyler, lead skateboarders from basic skills through to the latest tricks from the pros. Packed with hundreds of exciting photos and handy tips and hints, "Freestyle Skateboarding Tricks" shows skaters step by step how to do the most popular and impressive skateboarding moves, including loads of tricks on flat ground, on rails and in transition. From basic slides, grinds, flips and pivots to dozens of impressive combinations featuring airs, wheelies, ollies and more, the authors cover every aspect of freestyle skateboarding. Everything avid skateboarders need to know to seriously blow away their friends is here. With its many tips and recommendations for combinations and variations, "Freestyle Skateboarding Tricks" is ideal for skateboarders of all ages.

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Author information

Sean D'Arcy is the author of "Freestyle Soccer Tricks" and "Freestyle Soccer Street Moves." Phillip Marshall is a professional freestyle skateboarder.

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For skateboarders with some experience this book may be just what they are looking for, because the instructions are sequenced clearly and excellent cut-out photographs show young people executing all the moves.--Mavis Holder"Resource Links" (01/01/2011)