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4/11/2013 9:36 PM

Hey guys, I can do a ton of grinds but have no idea what any of them are called. If you have any youtube links or articles that explain what the different grinds are along with their names would be much appreciated!

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4/11/2013 9:57 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/11/2013 10:08 PM

seems legit.

im not trying to be a dick or anything, but i doubt you could be able to do a smith, feeble, double peg, etc. and not know what they are called.

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4/11/2013 10:46 PM

cmores wrote:

seems legit.

im not trying to be a dick or anything, but i doubt you could be able to do a smith, feeble, double peg, etc. and not know what they are called.

HAHA! I hear what you're saying man. I'm in my 30's and only have my 7 year old son to ride with. Everyone here at the parks skateboard aside from me, and they're all in their teens so I really don't know the names and don't have anyone to tell me what they're called. I do only ride with two pegs on my non-drive side but can do crank grinds and pedal grinds, can 180 into grinds on both pegs, can grind on my bb, grind just the front and just the rear peg, pedal grind while grinding on my bb, crank grind while grinding my bb, grind on rear peg while my front tire is up on the ledge or on the boxes, etc. I don't even know if those are all real grinds but I was just curious so I knew what the hell people in here are talking about when referring to them.

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4/12/2013 3:13 AM

Double peg = grinding both pegs
Feeble = grinding rear peg and front wheel on the ledge
Ghost Feeble = grinding your tyre in the feeble position.
Smith = grinding front peg and rear wheel on the ledge
Icepick = grinding only your rear peg
Toothpick = grinding only your front peg
Toothpick Hangover = grinding your front peg and swinging your back end over the legde/rail to land on the other side.
Lucky = grinding your pedal and your rear peg letting your front wheel hang slightly down.
Unlucky = grinding your pedal and your front peg letting your rear wheel hang slightly down.
Crank Arm/Derek Duster = grinding on your crank/bb tube.

That's pretty much all I can think of. Not sure if my explanations are good enough so just YouTube the name to find out what they look like!

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4/12/2013 10:51 AM

alexxrogers wrote:

Double peg = grinding both pegs
Feeble = grinding rear peg and front wheel on the ledge
Ghost Feeble = grinding your tyre in the feeble position.
Smith = grinding front peg and rear wheel on the ledge
Icepick = grinding only your rear peg
Toothpick = grinding only your front peg
Toothpick Hangover = grinding your front peg and swinging your back end over the legde/rail to land on the other side.
Lucky = grinding your pedal and your rear peg letting your front wheel hang slightly down.
Unlucky = grinding your pedal and your front peg letting your rear wheel hang slightly down.
Crank Arm/Derek Duster = grinding on your crank/bb tube.

That's pretty much all I can think of. Not sure if my explanations are good enough so just YouTube the name to find out what they look like!

Thanks man, exactly what I was looking for!

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4/12/2013 11:11 AM

Madtown608 wrote:

Thanks man, exactly what I was looking for!

You're welcome!

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4/13/2013 3:40 AM

There's also:
Pedal Feeble - Pedal Grind with Front Wheel on ledge.
Crooked - One Peg on one side of the rail/thin ledge, and an opposite side peg on the other side of the rail/thin ledge.

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