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Manuals & Presses
Manuals, nose manuals, and crooked presses.

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User: bmoore
9/6/06
Manuals and presses are a great way to liven up any run. They are building blocks for more advanced flatland tricks.

The main difference between a manual and a press is where it is performed. Another difference is whether the board is straight down the fall line (downhill) or out to the side.

Manuals are wheelies done in the snow. A tail wheelie is called a manual. A nose wheelie is called a nose manual. Presses are any wheelie-type move that is performed on an object, other than plain ground. It is also called a press when the board is crooked or off-set from the direction of travel.


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