If you can do whip airs, then maybe you’re ready to get a little loose with ’em. Daniel Dhers gives some tips to help you learn his signature no-footed can-can whip.


“Daniel Dhers has one of the best no-footed can-can tailwhips in the business and stomps them on the regular with a unique flair. He takes his inspiration for his interpretation of the trick from legends like Dave Mirra and Matt Hoffmann. Hear why he says you need to have a solid tailwhip at least four feet above the coping and his other tips in this Step By Step.

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