Hardest Skateboard Trick

There is a question that will be thrown around a lot on skateboards – "What is the world & # 39; s most difficult skateboard tricks?" But the question can never really be answered? Probably not, because it's not something that is easy to put a finger on, because one of the skateboarders & # 39; s opinions may be different from the next, and what the skater may consider to be a very difficult trick, or even perhaps the most difficult of all, perhaps may not be so difficult for others. But as a blogger skateboard, I get this question time and time again, so I will try to solve this puzzle once and for all.

We might be able to throw a kickflip into the hat discussions. Great skateboarding pro Tony Hawk himself has said that kickflip was one of the most difficult tricks in skateboarding to learn, and even he still has problems with it. Of course, there are more advanced and difficult tricks in the world of skateboarding, but for many people, Kickflip is a particular struggle, and after it was learned, learning more advanced tricks seem easier and the learning curve improves. But on the other hand, as we have already said, there are difficult tricks out there. In fact, even Heelflip, which kickfklip & # 39; s twin brother, is said by most to be a harder version of the kickflip. So moved …

How about tre-flip? These are two tricks in one, basically shuvit pop and kickflip together, and it is considered by many to be one of the most difficult skateboard tricks flatland.

We could bring up the impossible. I mean, the name itself says it all. Impossible. It just makes it sound so, well, impossible. Legend says that the trick & # 39; s inventor, Rodney Mullen, thinking it and before he actually landed, but he explained that to my friends and they stated that it was actually going to be, "not possible".

But how vert tricks / transition? It would be unfair to the arguments for leaving the vert tricks if the argument, and there are those who would say that perhaps vert more difficult than the road as well (although there are those who would argue otherwise too). The mctwist once considered quite difficult. In September 2010 Bob Burnquist landed the world & # 39; s first 900 mega road. Does that mean that at the time of this writing, that 900 will be the world & # 39; s most difficult trick skateboarding?

Alas, like the age old question of how to lick it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop, the world may never know.

Source by Allan Clearpool

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