Progress faster in any action sport. RIDERS is a learning community with over 2,500 tricks on bmx, skateboard, snowboard, scooter, and many more. Download the app to join the 850,000 riders community that share useful tips and inspire you to keep learning.
Learn by watching video tutorials for thousands of tricks from the top professional riders. Get a personalized plan which will easily adjust to your level and always hint which trick to try next.
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Book one-on-one training sessions led by local coaches, whether it’s for multiple days or just an intro lesson.
Whether you are a newbie or have some experience, RIDERS has everything to feed your motivation and improve your skills. Choose from summer or winter sports — snowboard, bmx, skateboard, ski, scooter, surf, wakeboard, parkour, longboard, mountain bike, kiteboard, fmx, trampoline, aggressive inline and windsurf.
• Get free access to 2,500 video tutorials
• Find nearby riders and coaches
• Share videos to get relevant feedback
• Track your progress to get recommendations
• Ask a question and hear back quickly
• Add your private, group, or long-term offer
• Set your own hourly rate
• Access new clients from around the world
• No commission
Join the world’s biggest riders community to get both the expertise you want and the motivation you need for continuous and fast progression. It is equally good for beginners as well as for riders who learn more advanced tricks.
Chat with nearby coaches and riders in real time.
Ratings and Reviews
There are three very minor issues, but otherwise, this is a great app.
I’ve noticed that the sports’ symbols have a very stretched out aspect ratio under the page that says how many tricks you have on your account. Also, the two translation errors I’ve seen are: 1. When selecting a new sport, you’re asked for your skill level, and the options say “I am beginner/I can do few tricks/I am pro.” These should say “I am a beginner/I can do a few tricks/I’m a pro.”
2. When in the “How does it work?” page, information is given explaining the tricks, replies, tips, and answers, but each category is labeled “What is trick/what is reply/what is tip/what is answer,” when they should ask “What’s a trick?/What’s a reply/What’s a tip/What’s an answer?”
Otherwise, this is a fantastic, unique app that has let me connect with other people around me that like to do the things I do, so that I don’t get bored all the time, that has also helped me learn quite a few BMX skills.
Solid How-To Guide app
I've been longboarding for about 6 months now and I've been comfortable on the board for a while now and decided to get into free-styling. I could never find good tutorials or communities to help me learn. After a couple months of struggling, I finally found this app and... wow. They have videos and written tutorials for all kinds of sports, not just board sports!!! You can even download them onto your phone through the app to watch them offline. They have a pretty cool community and the app also has reminders for tricks you want to learn, and it will help you set goals or time limits for you to learn the trick. The reason that this review is a 4 and not a 5 is the lack of translation program within the app. The community is mainly comprised of non-american athletes, so the instructions are in a different language. True, I could always go to google translate and type in the instructions to have them translated, but I think the app could earn some prestige and global cred if it made it so anyone could talk to, teach, and learn from each other no matter where they live.
Solid app. Would be 5 stars if they had in-app translations.
Just some ideas for improvements
Over all this is a great app for beginners wanting to learn a few tricks, or for the pros who want to share the expertise on how to do totally awesome tricks. But I have a few ideas for some improvements. One consists on maybe adding a setting to where you could change the background color. Maybe add to where you could view tricks offline, like a download button or something, Also maybe like a most popular in the sections of gear like what people have compared to other people, if you catch my drift.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.