How to Transition Fingerboard on Ramp | Fingerboarding


Hi. My name is Taylor Rosenbauer. I’ve been traveling all over the United States
to fingerboard competitions, demos, and I’ve appeared on MTV and just having a great time
with this really fun hobby. I’m taking a trip to Germany, competing at
the world championships for fingerboarding. Today I will be demonstrating fingerboarding
Now, transition finger boarding is doing any type of trick on an obstacle such as the one
I have in front of me that has transition. This one in particular is called a half-pipe. The key to learning god transition is to be
able to mix up your tricks and also have your tricks flow back and forth in a line smoothly. So usually when you’re starting a line, a
line is doing a bunch of tricks in a row, you start with the drop in. And from there you can do any tricks that
you learn in a row. There’s many types of tricks you can do on
a half-pipe. For example you can do rock to fakey where
you ride up the wall with your front truck over the coping and back over. You could also do this going the other way
switch. Another trick you can learn is called the
blunt stall. Now, the blunt is where you ride up the wall
of the ramp with your back truck over the coping and pop an ollie back into the transition. Another transition trick you can learn is
the backside fifty-fifty where you go up and get both of your trucks on the coping and
then turn back in. The great thing about transition finger boarding
is just like with skating it’s very easy to combine tricks. So you can actually combine, for example,
both a blunt and a rock to fakie where you go up in a blunt and then you go to rock to
fakey and back in. So I encourage you, once you learn to do a
couple of different styles mix them up and get creative.

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