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In this Trick Tip from the Pro's rider Reo Stevens takes you through the process of a no grab 360.
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Dean. I will gladly treat the first oke to complete this manoeuver correctly.
Hows about a dinner for him and partner. Only catch here is that I actually have to see it!!
As for your challenge to the other okes.... I think you should up the stakes... I cant believe you would expect all of that and then give them such a simple prize. Make it a REAL prize!!
I gotta come kite with you okes when you are getting this right... Looks insane!
Who is gonna be first? Steveo....Mongoose... Kingsley... B-Dog?
I got the ollie part figure out and can do little hops. Going to be trying this one soon. This new school freestyle thing is pretty much the same deal. You have to become a "pop" - star before you can start kicking the flips etc. it's all rather exciting.
U tried any yet Kingsley? looks mad
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Small but fun waves all week in DBN, with a few scraps elsewhere this week.
There are a couple of surfable waves all over the coastline this week.
Coffee Bay Cooks, while the rest of the coast picks up the scraps.
Sodwana cooks for 6 days straight, while the rest of the coast is a bit of a mixed bag.
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