Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Value for Money decks

Do you feel like your dollar is shrinking? Everything's getting more expensive due to the recession? No matter how hard you save, it just doesnt seem like there is enough money to buy a good deck? We now have stereo, crimson, goldstar and speed demon going for $65 or $75. Some of these decks are on a while stocks last basis, so grab them before they are gone.

Crimsom, speed demon and goldstar available at OG Orchard Point
Crimson, speed demon, goldstar and stereo available at Margaret Drive

We also have some older models of flip, baker, sk8 mafia, foundation decks on sale @$65 at margaret drive. That is a discount of $30! Don't miss it!

Friday, November 21, 2008

New this week

Thursday, November 20, 2008

King of Handrail

Are you tired of waiting the entire year for a competition? Now, you don't have to wait anymore. Just buy a bus ticket down to malaysia and there are competitions galore next month.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Want more choices?

Do you wanna buy cheap graphic decks but feel like you don't have much choices?

Speed Demon decks are good but you want to try other brands?

We now have Crimson Decks going for $65.00, with griptape, or you can go for for Goldstar Decks at $75.00 with free griptape.

Don't diss it till you try it!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

East Coast Skatepark Update

Here's more update on the East Coast Skatepark. According to the convic website,if all goes to plan the park will be open at the end of Jan 09. Here's some photos for you to enjoi!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

How to: Kickflip

Now that you have learned how to ollie, it is time to move on to the harder stuff. Here's a little history about Kickflip, The Kickflip (originally Magic Flip) is an Aerial Skateboarding Trick where the Skateboarder kicks his Skateboard in order to make it flip 360 degrees along the board's long axis. The modern Kickflip was invented by Rodney Mullen in 1983

Modern Kickflip

There was a different skateboard trick also named 'kickflip' that was common in 1970s freestyle skateboarding. The skater would stand on a motionless or slow moving skateboard with two feet side by side, facing forward in the center of the board. One foot was then placed slightly under one side of the board, and the skater would jump up in the air, lifting the board with the toe of the foot. The board would spin and land back on its wheels, and the skater would land back on the board. Several variations were created by freestyle skateboarder Kurt 'Mr. Kickflip' Lindgren, a member of the California Free Formerteam. This trick is also known as the oldschool kickflip among most skaters today

Old school kickflip