Learning How to Drop In Isn’t Easy

A trick that skaters have been struggling with for generations. Dropping in on a ramp requires the highest level of determination and a will to eat the fall if your commitment isn’t enough.

“Learning to drop in at the skatepark or on a ramp is one of the hardest things to master in skateboarding. Not because it takes so much skill, but because it takes a lot of will and guts.”

written in an article by Steve Cave – ThoughtCo.

People who have skated their whole life, mastering almost every trick, still sometimes struggle or flat out will not attempt the drop in. Local Cal Poly skateboarder, Dom Ferrari, showcased his talent and his ability to send it at Los Osos Skatepark.

“Full commitment or no commitment, there’s no in between. You’re just gonna eat s***,” said Ferrari.

Additionally, the location featured in the video below is new. The Los Osos Skatepark features a large mini ramp, three different types of vert bowls, and a few rails to provide the average skater with a comprehensive skatepark. It is private property with a fence all around, but it is open to the public for a few hours each day.

Dom Ferrari has effortlessly mastered the drop in at Osos. Big moves only.

The park is generally open around 12 noon through 5 p.m. (or sunset), with park rangers (helmet police) to maintain peace and supervise the young skaters. Check it out here –> 2180 Palisades Ave, Los Osos, CA 93402

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