The backside hurricane is a banger. It looks cool, and feels even cooler. It can be done on ledges, rails and the curved wall, we’ll be covering the latter in this post. If you’re looking to take your transition game to the next level, the backside hurricane is a great addition to your bag. If you want to learn how to hurricane grind, read on for a step-by-step breakdown then check the video where Adam takes you through it.
Waxing a ledge is pretty basic, but in case you haven’t done it before, we’re here to help. Waxing reduces the friction between your board and the ledge, helping you do your trick on sticky obstacles. Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to wax a ledge then peep the video where Adam breaks it down. Once you’re finished with all that, pick up some wax and find your first victim!
For skateboarders cracks in the sidewalk can be deadly, and they can also ruin the perfect run-up or roll-away. A quick and easy fix is filling that crack with bondo to keep you rolling smooth. Read more for step-by-step instructions on how to bondo a skate spot, then check the video where Nate breaks it down. When you’re done with that head over to a crack that needs filling and tear it up, B!
In this cruel world, there are some questions that should not be answered. Who shot JFK? Was 9/11 an inside job? Where is Waldo? Will the Real Slim Shady please stand up? I do not have any of the answers to any of these questions but one question that’s been on everyone’s mind is, what is The Waffle House? That my friends, I have the answer too.
Sure, a few weeks out of the year we perform at hyper-dimensional speeds in a magical workshop owned by a bearded superhero with the ability to command flying caribou and shapeshift his way into millions of houses in a single night without being charged for breaking and entering. I’ll admit that’s a bit unusual—but lots of people have special talents. Elves are no different, we’re just like you. Elves are people too!