How to install Tramptrucks skateboard trucks
Using Tramptrucks on the flatground or a trampoline .
How to Build a skate ledge for a trampoline.
Sometimes you just can’t get out to go skate. Maybe you have no place to skate or the weather is bad. Tramptrucks are great for practicing Skateboarding tricks in small spaces without fear of slipping out. Tramptrucks allow you to practice tricks on small obstacles without sliding so you can learn how to lock in, balance and pop out of the trick. before taking it to the skate parks or streets on real skateboards. Practicing this way is perfect for people just starting to skate. Or even if your an advance skateboarder.
Any hard surface will work. Protection is recommended on nice floors. You can even skate on grass, sand, dirt, snow and ice . For the BEST results. I recommend laying down at least a 4' x 4' x 3/4'' sheet of plywood, as an option. add masonite or a vinyl flooring material on top of plywood so its kinda slippery. Put something soft like a rug under the plywood to protect floor. I do NOT recommend skating in your home on your nice floors, I Also do NOT recommend skating on sub floors or 2nd floors units and up.
Adding Riser to Tramptrucks allows you to pop higher. You will want to add them as you get better. The higher the riser the higher pop so the higher the obstacle you can practice on.
Practicing skateboard tricks on the flat ground with Tramptrucks is great exercise, you don't have to worry about about slipping out so it's a great way to learn how to practice skateboards tricks or even learn to ollie in a small space. Even in your bedroom.
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