Trick Tip
BS Bluntslide

A BS Bluntslide is a bit like a Tailslide but with your wheels on top of the ledge while you are sliding.

This is a more advanced trick that should be learned after you have BS Tailslides and BS Boardslides on lock. Those are good tricks to learn before the BS Bluntslide, so you can get a feeling for the way you approach the ledge or a rail. Once mastered the BS Bluntslide is always a winner in every session.

Learn here how to do a BS Bluntslide!

BS Bluntslide
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BS Bluntslide

BS Bluntslide
Sequence

Trick Tip Sequence: BS Bluntslide

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BS Bluntslide
Step by Step

Trick Tip Step By Step: BS Bluntslide

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1. Approach the ledge almost parallel with your feet in the Ollie position and ollie up towards the ledge.

2. Jump high enough so that your back truck goes over the ledge. Then turn your hips in a frontside 90 degree motion and land with your tail and back wheels on top of the edge of the ledge.

3. Only turn your hips into the slide movement and keep your shoulders straight towards the direction you are sliding.

Keep your weight on the tail and lean a bit away from the ledge so that you lock your back foot and the board onto the ledge.

4. Try to keep your board as vertical as possible. Keeping your weight on the tail and the board vertical will help you not to slip out of the Blunt position.

5. At the end, turn your hips back straight and roll away clean. You can also try to pop out off the slide or turn to Fakie.

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BS Bluntslides are hard to master and it can take you a while to get the right momentum to slide and don’t get stuck. But once you get it, this trick is an evergreen. Now you got it this way, go the other way around and try to learn FS Bluntslides!

“MORE! GRINDS! NOW!” – Alright, alright! Calm down and grind on with the help of our trick tips for curb and rail. But don’t forget that flat tricks and transition skills should be on your menu as well!