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The Science of Skateboarding

Skaters seem to have defied the laws of physics, but they're actually using these laws to perform the coolest skateboarding tricks. Back to Article

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SilverstreamFan327
SilverstreamFan327 wrote:
2012-05-03 09:55:10 -0700

Cool!

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Coolest Skateboard Trick?

  • Ollie.
  • Frontside 180.
  • Rail Slide.
  • Caballerial.

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