How to Frontside 180 Ollie on a Fingerboard

To do Frontside 180 Ollie, you need to Ollie for air while turning the board and fingers so they rotate 180 degrees in the same direction. Finger placement: Setup your fingers in an Ollie position, with your frontfinger between the middle and the bolts of the deck and with your backfinger in the center of the tail for a solid … Read More

How to pop shove it on a Fingerboard

Pop shove it on a fingerboard is a trick done by scooping when popping the tail while lifting up the front finger, making the board spin. Let the board complete the spin and catch the board to stop the rotation. Typically, a pop shove it is considered a backside 180 spin of the board, but many versions of pop shove … Read More

How to Ollie on a Fingerboard

One of the most essential tricks to learn when fingerboarding is the Ollie. A trick done by applying pressure on the tail with the back finger for a solid pop, followed up with an upwards flick with the wrist moving front finger towards the nose for leveling out the board in the air. While declining in the air, pressure is … Read More

What Is Fingerboarding (Miniature Skateboard)

Fingerboards – sometimes known as “Tech Decks” (Popular brand), is a miniature replica of a skateboard. Fingerboarding is in short, when somebody uses, or “rides” a fingerboard (with the fingers). Typically ridden with middle and index finger, people perform actual tricks replicated from skateboarding. The fingerboard deck is typically about 10 cm in length, with a width typically ranging from … Read More