Brief backstory, I get a lot of shit from my family because I stopped learning to drive before exams and never got back into it, so they think every time Im trying something new is a diversion to not going back to driving. The backstory to wanting to skate is that I've always thought it was cool and I feel it would help get my mind off of not having an apprenticeship yet. I'm in the UK on a small town, so there's not many skaters at all, can't even recall the last time I saw one. The skatepark is usually filled with complete dicks so https://www.easydrivingtest.com.au/rta-driving-test I don't think they have a good reputation at all. I showed him one on amazon and he said that I'm 18, not 12, and should be riding motorbikes instead. From a UK standpoint, is it considered weird to skate?
I found this really cool cruiser called the Dinghy Skeleton but I also want to learn how to do SOME tricks. Should I get the cruiser or might I as well get a normal skateboard. (P.S. I also want to have some sort of smooth ride) https://scrabblewordfinder.vip/ https://www.applock.ooo/ https://www.7zip.vip/
I’ve been skating for nearly a year and I have gotten my Ollie’s solid my front 180s solid my half-cabs shuvits etc, I’m getting bored because I want to move on to more advance tricks and especially flip tricks, I’ve been trying kickflips for the past few months and I feel like I’m getting no where. I can flick it fine but I can’t keep my front foot up long enough to get both feet on the board and I just end up landing behind the board. Any help would be much appreciated.. thanks boys https://vlc.onl/ Tweakbox https://www.happywheels.vip/