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  • n. Plural form of kickflip.


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  • "kickflips" before graduating to more intermediate moves. (for an always educational list of skateboarding terms, refer here)

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • I skimmed it up and down the driveway, around the sidewalks, learning how to pop wheelies and kickflips and ollies.

    My Sister’s Keeper

  • This is only most notably important in the snap kicks, backflips, and kickflips which require a tap of the joystick in conjunction with possibly pressing the button.

    Virtua Fighter FAQ v3.2 by dug

  • Simply following your character along as he kickflips onto handrails and manuals on a park bench looks pretty subdued, but when you hit a ramp and fling yourself into the air the camera switches to a birds-eye view and really makes it look like you're exploding from the ground.

    GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features

  • Shaun White glides from a full-length mirror near where racks of clothes have been set up for his perusal, to another corner of the studio where he ollies and kickflips and laughs in front of the camera.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Just make sure there aren't any hidden cameras before you do your virtual ollies and kickflips.


  • Okay, fine -- we knew like one or two people that used Helio, VK Mobile never even made a dent in the US market, and skateboarding had a lock on kickflips long before the wireless industry did -- and actually, that perfect storm of bad news may have ultimately led the once-promising MVNO to the sad situation we have here today under Virgin Mobile's stewardship.


  • I was able to hop and land back down on the rail while doing kickflips in the air.

    IGN Xbox 360

  • From there I was launched high into the air and the camera pulled out while the action went into slow motion so I could attempt kickflips and grabs in the air.

    IGN Xbox 360

  • For the ninth installment of the Ford 2010 "Unleashed" marketing campaign, director Jeff Richtor took the iconic pony car to the streets of Los Angeles, and made ollies, 360s and kickflips a part of the vehicle's performance attributes.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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