A very large stair set in California. Only the most expert skateboarders/bladers can make it down the handrail or the set.
Dude, I can't imagine anyone doing an ollie down El Toro, but it has been done.
One who pretends to be a skateboarder. Most of these people are preps. These people can be recognized by their preppy status, and by their clothes. The brands most popular among posers are DC shoes, Element/Bam, and sometimes Circa.
Dude, Mary is such a poser. Yesterday, she was her normal preppy self, and now she is wearing DC.
One of the world's best skateboarders. He rides for Zero Skateboards
Known for: Ollieing the Leap of Faith, flipping large stair sets, and large handrails.
Dude, Jamie Thomas must be the best skateboarder ever.
1) A 50-50 is a skateboarding/snowboarding trick where you jump on to a rail, and grind the rail with your body parallel to the rail. This trick is the base for 5-0s, Nosegrinds, Crookeds, and Salads.
2) A 50-50 on a pipe is where you come up to an Axle Stall
at an angle, and get on to the coping in Axle stall style, then you slide along the coping a little, then you drop back in.
50-50s are a simple, yet tight trick.
An obstacle used for grinding on a skateboard or snowboard. The best kinds are metal. Variations include ledges and handrails.
Dude, that guy just did a sweet 5-0 on that rail.
A skateboarding trick where you ollie onto a rail, land your front truck on the rail, and grind the rail at about a 45 degree angle. Not a beginner trick.
Crooked's look neat.
A brand of skateboard known for graphics with skulls, blood, and 'Zero or Die'.
Most of the skateboarders on this team are known for ollieing large stair sets and grinding long handrails.
Team Includes: Chris Cole, Jamie Thomas, Ryan Smith, Lindsey Robertson, Tommy Sandoval, and many more sick skaters.
Zeros are some of the world's finest boards.