Tricklining involves using a slackline over short distances (usually 10-20m) set at about waist height to learn a wide range of static and dynamic tricks. The term ‘static tricks’ refers to holding and linking different positions on the line while the line itself remains stationery. ‘Dynamic tricks’ refers to tricks that use the stretch and rebound of the line to generate bounce so the slackliner can perform jumps and tricks similar to those on a trampoline.
Photo: UK Slackliner Jake White.
Photographer – Danny Fitzpatrick