A jump made by tapping the tail of the board on the ground and sliding your front foot up to the nose of the board whilst in the air. This is a difficult trick to master and can take several weeks/months to get a feel for the timing and movement required.
A basic aerial trick where you make your Board jump by tapping the tail of your Board on the floor.
A method to obtain air by first lifting the front foot then lifting the rear foot as you spring off of the tail.
a trick where the rider pops the board into the air by pushing down on their back foot and jumping up with their front foot forward.
A basic skateboard stunt. Propelling the skateboard into the air, while maintaining foot contact, and landing; all without hands on the skateboard. Named after skateboarder Ollie Gelfand.
a basic freestyle maneuver on flat ground
a fun way to jump with your skateboard still under your control
a glorified leap in which a skater pops the board into the air, keeping the deck magically glued to his feet via the wonders of physics
a hard trick to learn and takes a lot of practice
a jump performed by tapping on the kicktail to pop the skateboard in the air
a relatively simple trick to pull off but does take time to perfect
a skateboard trick that requires you to jump on a skateboard and bring it in with you
a trick where you can raise the whole skateboard of the ground for a little bit or just enough time to clear a foot path curb or an object that is in your way
A fundamental trick in skateboarding where the rider jumps in such a way that his board comes off of the ground along with him.
A way for a rider to get air without jumping by lifting the front foot, then raising the rear foot while springing off the snowboard tail.
launching your board off the ground without the aid of a kicker. To do this, bend your knees. Lift up the nose of the board and then spring off the tail of the board…all in one motion.
A no handed air performed by tapping the tail of the board on the ground or ramp surface. Named after Alan Gelfend.
A way to attain air on flat ground with or without a jump.
A trick where ones weight is entirely on the fore body then released in a way that pops one up into the air several inches
When the rider pops the board into the air by pushing down on their back foot and jumping up leading with their front foot. Just like a skateboarding ollie.
A method to obtain air without jumping. It is performed by first lifting the front foot, then lifting the rear foot as the rider springs off the tail.
A no handed jump performed by tapping the back of the board on the ground or ramp surface. Basis for most tricks.
A leap into the air on flat land without the benefit of a jump.
A trick performed on a Performance Model Vew-Do where the rider and board both leave the rock and proceed to land back into the 3/4 inch groove of the rock.
A jump performed by tapping the tail of the board on the ground, the basis of most skating tricks, named after Ollie Gelfand.
A method to obtain air without a jump just by lifting up the tail. The original trick of skateboarders.
The ollie is an aerial skateboarding trick, invented by Alan "Ollie" Gelfand and later adapted to the flat ground by Rodney Mullen. The ollie serves as a basis for many other skateboarding tricks, such as the kickflip, heelflip and pop-shove it. The trick is also known as the no hands aerial as when performing an ollie, the skateboarder does not grab the board at all and no accessories are attached to the skateboard.