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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ollie.


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  • Remember those silly kids in 87 who ollied a curb all day then a few years after they went pro kickflipping over massive gaps?

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  • I recognized many of the people interviewed from the magazines of my youth, when I'd stare at pictures of people like Natas Kaupas ollying over life-sized plastic cows or whatever, and I'd imagine California as this endless landscape of backyards with empty pools apparently nobody in California put water in their pools, and palm trees, and banked walls, and ramps, and life-sized plastic cows begging to be ollied.

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  • He ollied the board and almost lost it on the landing.


  • The only way this could be cooler is if he ollied up onto one of the walls and did a sweet grind.


  • I've never ever ollied a single day in my life but Top Stories

  • Chad landed super sick combos and pulled the most crowd pleasing move of the day when he shot out of the bowl end of the ramp and stalled up on the judges booth, then ollied far enough back into the ramp to stick a disaster and roll back into his run!

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  • [Hoffart] ollied a big gap and his board split apart-so initially it was a safety thing, but it actually made the board stronger.

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  • As his brother Alex ollied off a ramp behind him, he added:

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  • When I stepped on the tail to tilt up the nose, I ollied and popped the on-screen board off the ground.

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  • The most common of these is the smith grind, in which the rider balances over the back truck while touching the outer middle of the board to the grinding surface in the direction from which he or she ollied.

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