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Advanced Freebord Tricks
Once you learn how to Ollie, the next trick in your arsenal should be a grind. There are dozens of different grinds in skateboarding but the two center wheels of a Freebord can make them next to impossible. Here are a few you can actually do fairly easily on a Freebord once you get the hang of it.
Freebords vs. Flowboards
So what’s really better – freebording or flowboarding? These two sports may seem the same, but they are actually very different. We break down the pros and cons of flowboards and freebords so you can decide which is right for you.
How To Buy A Freebord
So you want to get in on Freebording and learn to carve the asphalt like it’s fresh powder but don’t know where (or how) to get started. That’s okay—we’re here to help.
There are tons of great Freebord videos lying around on the Internet. All you have to do is go looking for them. But we know you don’t want to sift…
Freebording is all about conquering the asphalt and making the concrete yours. No matter where you live you can find excellent Freebord runs to shred.
Freebording is a great sport and as more and more freebord riders learn to carve up their world, new tricks are coming out of the woodwork. Some are variations on…