9 Relatively Simple Kicker Tricks You Should Try


Like the method, or the backside rodeo this trick is a stone cold classic. There are an infinite number of variations from slow floaty ones to styled out Japan variations. Again, it’s best attempted once you’ve got riding switch dialled. If you’re looking for a more detailed rundown, click here.

1) Approach the kicker slightly on your toe edge and ollie hard off the lip.

2) As you leave the ground, rotate your shoulders so your back is turned to the slope (it takes some practice feel at ease doing this!). Spin that smooth 180 and keep your knees sucked up.

3) Don’t try and spot your landing. Keep your eyes on the snow between your bindings and try landing with a slight toe edge to kill the rotation. Ride away switch, stoked that you’ve managed to nail it without landing on your arse!

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