Filmmaker Brett Novak’s ShortSided series focuses on the intensity of a featured skateboard trick. ShortSided continues with Pete Betti’s illusive Nollie Treflip to Casper.
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We took a 5 frame per second photo sequence to do a quick & simple break down of Pete Betti’s not so simple Nollie Tre Flip to Casper.
SURE Skateboards instructor, Pete Betti executes his complex flat ground technical move.
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What’s really going on here – The understandable description
Rolling forward with his front foot toward the nose of the board, Pete, launches his body and the board upward. At the same time his body is moving away from the ground, his feet and legs direct the elevating skateboard to spin a 360 degree horizontal rotation and a half flip vertical rotation. Pete then catches the board in Casper (upside down, with the back foot on the tail and the front foot hooked underneath). From Casper, the board is relaunched upward with a 180 degree half flip rotation. The end result, Pete is back on his board and rolling away.
Skateboarding is for everyone. Get Out There and Skate! You don’t need to do complex tricks to be a success. Get comfortable, roll around, cruise and flow, that’s the simple beauty of skating.
College freshmen, Prince Lang and Pete Betti do some serious shredding.
By Rob Rodrigues, September 11, 2013
I met up with Prince Lang and Pete Betti during Labor Day weekend. I spent a few hours with them at a couple of locations, taking photos of their Rad skating. Below are some of the highlights from the day.
Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass. Prince Ollies Pete’s Pogo at LES skate park.
SURE Instructor, Pete Betti, continues his seasonal video series
Pete just released the summer episode of Weird Skateboarding. The third installment of this series builds off the Winter and Spring episodes. These self-produced videos feature Pete’s unique and technical approach toward skateboarding. The Fall is here, Pete is charging up the batteries for the next filming and editing sessions. Stay Tuned!
Click here to check out the trick by trick lists for all three videos.