It’s time to man right up and get airborne! Josh ‘Manhead’ Young talks you through the basics of the frontside ollie…
For a Frontside Ollie on transition, you want to approach the ramp with a bit more speed than you would do for a Frontside Disaster, but your feet and body still want to be in the same position.
As your front wheels approach the coping, you want to turn your front shoulder away from the coping, as you would doing a Frontside Disaster. As your wheels do approach the coping, you want to do an Ollie.
Bring your knees up, turn in the frontside manner.
Spot your landing, put all four wheels down just underneath the coping. Land and ride away.