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Sydney City Bomb Squad

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Sydney City Bomb Squad

Urban car-park bombing and general mayhem on Thursday nights in the big bad city. Meet at Railway Square at 6.30pm

Location: Sydney
Members: 405
Latest Activity: Aug 26

From Railway Square to the spiralling car-park of a legendary Sydney Landmark



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Thursday nights 1 Reply

Started by Alex. Last reply by Zeb Smith Jul 24, 2013.

Carpark security 12 Replies

Started by Kelly Carter. Last reply by Jimi Coomer May 31, 2013.

UNSW Longboarding Needs You 2 Replies

Started by Jonny Hurn. Last reply by John Jan 7, 2012.

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Comment by The Dave on August 1, 2011 at 17:38

I stand by what I said. SCBS is NOT the place to learn how to stop. People who told you it's for all skill levels were wrong. You need to be able to handle yourself. If you can't control your speed or pull an emergency stop, then riding fast with a group in the city at night is potentially going to get you badly hurt or even killed. I think people are forgetting that bombsquad is actually pretty dangerous (or has it got really lame and safe since my injury?).

I taught myself shutdown slides on my own well before I turned up and I still got smashed into carpark walls repeatedly for weeks.

Go to youtube, watch some Kyle Chin or Colton slide tutorials and then practice on a quiet hill until you can stop in a hurry. That's what I did.

Comment by Daniel Sinanian on August 1, 2011 at 16:54
do you guys meet up during the holidays?
Comment by Michael Shota Ito on August 1, 2011 at 0:27
lol, i went to bomb squad without any knowledge of sliding, and wasnt good at footbreaking either. Ended up hitting the wall and jammin the nose of my board cause i couldnt stop at one turn haha. would be better to learn how to shutdown then go bomb squad

Premium Member
Comment by Kelly Carter on July 31, 2011 at 20:35
Footbraking first, sliding after

Premium Member
Comment by m0juu on July 31, 2011 at 20:22
i find it hhard to learn the basics alone, start a thread and see if you can organise a session for newbies and convince an experienced rider in your area to show you the ropes

Premium Member
Comment by Alex 'maddog' Shaw on July 31, 2011 at 20:06

Remy, it is. but as Bugs said. Know how yto either shutdown slide or footbrake........if you can do either of these ok, come and you will learn how to do it better as you get taught or watch and learn....also, alot of people come and then realise that we push everywhere, make sure you can keep up the pace  :P

 

Easiest way to learn is to do......if you have a small hill, go slide it, practice sliding to a stop, or get your footbraking technique down-pat.   Or, find someone who lives near you and hit them up for a skate...and learn, ask questions.....

Comment by Remy on July 31, 2011 at 19:15
Dave R - how would you recommend I learn to slide?  Other people are saying that bomb squad is for every level of skater....

ASRA Admin
Comment by Bugs on July 31, 2011 at 17:59

You don't need to slide to go to Bomb Squad, but if you can't slide you do need to be able to footbrake.

Wrist guards will do if footbraking, but gloves are still better.

Comment by Timothy Shu on July 31, 2011 at 15:47

Gloves are 100% necessary, because you're going to need them for everything. If you cant slide yet, you'll need them to protect your hands when you fall.

 

Minimum gear is Helmet and Gloves. Secondary gear is a skateboard.


Premium Member
Comment by The Dave on July 31, 2011 at 9:08
Pretty simple - don't go until you can. Bombsquad is not the place to learn the basics, it's the place to progress.
 
 
 

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