Hello and welcome to another episode of The Trick here on Network A. Joining us today is Dylan Thompson. Dylan, good to have you here buddy.
Pleasure to be here. Dylan has dropped some of the heaviest and scariest video parts to watch over the last couple years. What are you going to scare us with here today? Today we are going to be landing the front blunt 270. Let’s get to it. So for step one, you want to cruise in, about one foot away from the rail. You want to come nice and parallel with just a little more speed than you would do with a normal front boardslide. So step two, the pop on, you want to transfer your weight to your toes. Pop off your toes and jump onto the rail in a front blunt position. You want to catch it near the back foot and be facing up the hill when you are on the rail. For step three, the slide, you want to keep your board in the same position on the rail. You want to start turning your head and your shoulders and look towards that landing. That will set you up for step four, the pop out. At step four, you are at the end of the rail and you are ready to pop out. So you want to keep your shoulders and your head turning. Your board should follow just pop it out and give it a nice 270. You should be ready to land it and ride it out. Step five is the landing. You want to spin a nice 270 and land with your weight on your toe edge. That will set you up for a nice smooth ride out. That is it for the frontside blunt 270 and good luck learning it, take it to the streets, add on another 180, whatever you want to do. Have fun and be safe. Alright Dylan, all steps aside, what is the trick to the trick? I think the most important thing is when you lock on, you want to turn your head and look toward the landing. That will set you up for the 270 out. Keep that head turned. Well you just learned a trick of Dylan Thompson. Dylan, thanks for stopping by man. Thank you. Now you, this is up to you to learn these tricks, film them, share them with us and we will see you next time here on Network A on The Trick.