720 Double Kickflip
Here we have a breathtaking 720 double kickflip performed by Robbyn Magby at Riley skate park in Farmington Hills, MI. The footage was filmed using a high speed camera that captures 1,000 frames per second. Once this video goes into slow motion, we can truly appreciate the beauty of this trick and the perfect landing Robbyn performs.
360 Triple Flip
Skateboarder Joe Vizzaccero performs a beautiful 360 triple flip in this slow motion video. He did it in Auburn skate park in Auburn Hills, MI. Video features one shot at 240 frames per second and another one at 480 frames per second. Super Mario deck adds a classy touch to this beautifully performed trick.
Clean 720 Double Flip
Josh Katz captures a clean 720 Double Flip in this slow motion video. He did this on the quiet street, by mounting an improvised ramp. The trick looks as beautiful as the houses in the background and what’s cool about it is that he shows some extra footage of his attempts. It takes A LOT OF attempts to capture a perfect trick like this one, and we can see in the extra section how hard it is to land perfectly in balance when going for this trick.
Bigspin Dolphin Flip
Skating in this video is done by Christopher Chann and it was shot at Stoner skate plaza in Los Angeles. The video shows a Bigspin Dolphin Flip trick or so called dolphin flip backside 180 trick in 240 frames per second slow motion. Clip also slows down to 480 frames per second to capture all the details of this stunning trick.
Triple Kick Flip
Here we have a skateboarder Shaun Rodriguez performing a triple kick flip on the ground in slow motion. It’s amazing how easy he makes this complicated trick look. He effortlessly nails it over and over again. Great job Shaun!