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Dave Bachinsky takes you through the steps of building a cinder block ledge in this video from DLX as part of The Build Project. The Build Project is DLX’s effort to help get more DIY skate spots built around the country. They presented the initiative to skate shops to raise funds for new spots and donated $50 to each…

The Heelflip is another great basic trick that every skater should have in his or her bag. The concept of this trick is similar to a kickflip, only you flick with your heel to get the flip. Sometimes certain spots lend themselves towards a heelflip rather than a kickflip, and it’s a great move in a game of S.K.A.T.E. K…

There aren't too many transition tricks that look cooler than a blunt to fakie. When you see someone do one you can't help but give a cheer and get hyped. Skate Warehouse vet Adam Ottenberg has 'em on lock and came through with a step-by-step breakdown. Read on and watch the vid to learn how to blunt to fakie!

If you ever wondered how to do the magical trickery of a wallride, wonder no more. Jazzpush Johnny is in the house and here to teach you how to backside wallride. This trick may seem impossible at first; but take it step-by-step, be patient and you'll have it down in no time! Read on for an in-depth breakdown...

In the way of more advanced transition tricks, we have the frontside nosegrind. Nosegrind's ain't easy, but if you're dedicated and willing to take some slams it's one of the most impressive tricks in the book. Read on for a step-by-step guide then check out the video where Adam breaks it down.

If you're looking to spice up your transitions game, the backside Smith grind is great all-purpose seasoning. Mini ramps, pools, vert walls and anything else with coping is a perfect candidate for this trick. Read on for a step-by-step guide on how to backside smith grind, then peep the video for a closer look.

An essential tranny trick and one bawse-ass move, it's about time to add the frontside rock to your bag. Lucky for you we have the video where our boy Ryan Hampton breaks it down and shows you how to get funky. Peep the vid and read on for a step-by-step breakdown. Then get out there and get it, B!

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…

Without a doubt, the Smith grind is a must-have. If you're looking for a real head turner, rip one of these around a corner at mach-10 and all the babes at the park will flock. Read on for step-by-step instructions and peep the video as our boy Adam explains how to lock in and grind it.