Longboarding

We offer personal 1-to-1 and private group lessons ranging from 2 to 6 people, seven days a week, from 8.30am. Our private lessons will help you pick up the basics quickly, allowing you to develop your own individual style sooner.

Our 1-on-1 Skateboard lessons offer a dedicated instructor to help perfect your technique faster than in larger groups with our private group lessons providing interaction between friends, helping push yourself and each other further.

Lessons take place at well known London skate spots, public parks and skateparks; we can come to whichever location suits you.

What happens if it rains?
Not to worry! We set you up with a backup undercover location for your lesson in case of wet weather.

If the weather is not looking good and you would prefer to re-arrange your lesson for another day just let us know with 48 hours notice.

At the time of booking your lesson you will receive a lesson confirmation message including your instructors name and contact details for the day. If it is raining on the day of your lesson please contact your instructor for advice.

If you do not know your nearest undercover location, please contact us and we would be glad to help you.

Don’t have any equipment? No Problem, we can provide helmets, skateboards and pads, free of charge.

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LEVEL UP AS YOU LEARN

Level 1
Introduction to the various types of longboarding.
Explaining longboards (trucks wheels and board shape).
Safety equipment and awareness on different types of terrain.
Discovering your stance: goofy or regular, pushing techniques, turning, carving and slowing down (foot breaking/carves).

Level 2
Dancing: Introduction to basic dancing steps and manoeuvres, Manuals, Cross steps and No-Comply tricks.
Freeriding: Introduction to the art of going sideways, grip vs slip, Heelside checks and 180s.
Downhil: Introduction to downhill and the thrill of speed, tucking, slowing down (foot break/coleman slide), safety and awareness (hill management).

Level 3
Dancing: Intermediate dancing techniques.
Creating dancing and style, free-riding and going faster, using terrain features, toeside checks and 180s.
Freeride: Introduction to more advanced tricks.
Downhill: Taking racing lines and pre-drifting.

Level 4
Dancing: Advanced dancing techniques, constructing longer dancing lines, using terrains and No-Comply trick variations.
Freeriding: Going even faster, Shut-its, and switch riding.
Downhill: Cornering in tuck, riding in a pack and positioning within it.
Emergency shut-downs and taking advanced pre-drifting cornering lines.

Level 5
Dancing: Refining advanced dancing techniques and switchriding.
Freeriding: Refining speed checks and 180s in all four directions.
Adding in combo-slides, such as backside 270 wiggle slide-shuvits.
Downhill: Refining pre-drifts, tucking and racing lines (cones).
Understanding and executing various racing manoeuvres.
Secrets to fast push.