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Old 2008-11-23, 05:56 PM   #61
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Old 2008-11-23, 06:05 PM   #62
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wohow, that was cool
Nice tricks,style....
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Old 2008-11-23, 10:31 PM   #63
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So... You guys think the outfifthsideflip would be better if I landed SIF? I'm debating whether or not i should spend time practicing landing it SIF.
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Old 2008-11-23, 10:57 PM   #64
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Seat in is better, IMO.
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Old 2008-11-24, 12:45 AM   #65
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That was really cool.

Everything was perfect.

What are the specs of your uni ? It looks like it could be pretty light.

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Old 2008-11-24, 03:58 AM   #66
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That was really cool.

Everything was perfect.

What are the specs of your uni ? It looks like it could be pretty light.

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By the way, I asked a co-worker what I should call the rearhick thing. He said I should call it half-cabflip. I think I will do that, as it is indeed similar to the skateboard trick.
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Old 2008-11-24, 04:19 AM   #67
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tight vid dude. loved the in to in side fifth...and ur abs
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Old 2008-11-24, 04:39 AM   #68
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By the way, I asked a co-worker what I should call the rearhick thing. He said I should call it half-cabflip. I think I will do that, as it is indeed similar to the skateboard trick.
Not really, wouldn't a half cab flip be a 180 fakieflip or a fakie 180flip?
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Old 2008-11-24, 04:41 AM   #69
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Not really, wouldn't a half cab flip be a 180 fakieflip or a fakie 180flip?
Yeah... I thought it was a fakie shove it but i just looked on youtube and I misunderstood it I suppose.

It may stay half cab, but probably not.

Ideas are more than welcome.
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A half cab is a fakie backside 180 in skateboarding (and hence half cab flip is a fakie bs flip). Please do not call it half cab flip, especially since the "cab" comes from the name of a skateboarder. And since it's not at all the same trick that seems a little strange.

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A half cab is a fakie backside 180 in skateboarding. Please do not call it half cab, especially since the "cab" comes from the name of a skateboarder. And since it's not at all the same trick that seems a little strange.

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Yeah, decided to do away with that name. Thanks for your input.


Any ideas from you?
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Not really sure, I mean it's just a different way to hold the seat, so the convention seems to be to name it that way, like "in to in trey" etc. I mean unless other people start doing it, it probably won't need a name, so just say "back to in" or something like that. Kind of goofy, but so is the trick haha. Really original and innovative though, good stuff.
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Old 2008-11-24, 05:11 AM   #73
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Not really sure, I mean it's just a different way to hold the seat, so the convention seems to be to name it that way, like "in to in trey" etc. I mean unless other people start doing it, it probably won't need a name, so just say "back to in" or something like that. Kind of goofy, but so is the trick haha. Really original and innovative though, good stuff.
Aight yeah. Maybe i'll just call it a reverse in-in hick for now, because that's what it is.
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So... You guys think the outfifthsideflip would be better if I landed SIF? I'm debating whether or not i should spend time practicing landing it SIF.
Yes. Landing seat in with the seat backwards is silly.


As for the seat in back hick. Isn't it just a seat in back hick?


I thought a half cab was a fakie frontside 180. But I am just a snowboarder, maybe something got lost in translation.
EDIT: after watching a vid. It appears that the trick (if riding in normal position) would be a backside 180, but because its fakie(switch on snowbaord) it is really a frontside spin.
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Old 2008-11-24, 04:03 PM   #75
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Sam, in fact you would think it is frontside, since the front of your body goes that way. However, in skatebaording, the term "fakie" came out of vert skating (they needed a way to do tricks when they landed switch), so when the skater turned that way on a vert ramp, it was actually his backside facing where he wanted to land. Therefore, everything fakie is backwards for fs/bs in terms of body rotation. For example, as a regular skater I could do a half cab (and it would be a fakie backside 180), but if I was a goofy skater, that same trick would be a nollie frontside 180. It's silly, but just the way it works.

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