your names are petty good. I have no idea what to call that one trick Romain does.
I think that we should distinguish variations; the support leg’s location should change the name slightly. If there’s a roll involved (like number 3) it would be a side crank roll, but if foot was on frame (this probably applys more to fore and aft directions) then it would be side roll.
Wrapwalk doesn’t really cover the first trick I think. But after just writing some stuff down, it’s made of a wheel walk variation, crankroll, and wrap around. So the problem becomes incorporating all those elements. Wraproll walk sounds terrible. In the case of a three element trick, unless a name including all the elements flows (sounds good) then I think a compromise should be made as to what elements get put into the name. This means identifying the most outstanding or important parts of the trick. In this case, I think the wrap around element and the crankroll element are the most important. So I’m gonna propose Wrap roll, and doublewrap roll.
Sideroll is good.
Sideroll is good.
Isn’t it just a 90 body varial to sideroll?
Fakie crankroll (or just fakie roll for short) is much better than backroll because backroll doesn’t definitively tell you that you’re moving backwards.
I have a couple more flatland tricks that I’ve been trying out that I’m not sure the name of. I’ll video them later and post them here.
If the names must cover the trick, then the tricks will most likely have a cheesy sounding name. I think it would be a good idea to leave in maybe one word that’s related, but that’s it. If someone could find a good combination of two related words through a thesaurus, then I’m all for that.
Also, Dan Heaton invented that trick, and he said that “wrap walk” sounded lame.
cinamon roll should be the name for a trick…because well cinamon rolls are good and they are all twisty and the trick is all twisty and u roll when u do it too!! maybe for a 360 to side roll combo could be called a cinnamon roll…
ask romain what he thinks is a good name for the trick he did…
i like fakie crankroll for trick 5.
I was talking to Arthur about it earlier and he said the french riders call the first one a rolling wrap (or rolling warp, he said they are the same thing). He said that was easier for the french riders to pronounce than wrap walk.
2 was the double wrap walk/rolling wrap. I named both the 90 and 270 unispin to “sideroll” #3 because the roll part is the same trick.
So 3 and 4 are not the same trick. With 3, you just spin the uni into position so your foot is on the crank and with 4, I hop off and put my left foot on the right crank and then roll it. Also with 4, your foot on the crank is facing the direction you are moving but with 3 it is backwards.