The ride-on grind can be a cruel mistress, you're pretty much guaranteed to take a few good slams before you figure it out. See Dan Cates' slam later in the post for an example of this. As a result it's probably the gnarliest trick you can do, spot depending, without popping an ollie.

We've chosen some of our favourites from over the years to share with you, as always there's going to be some we missed out so feel free to send any our way.

Matt Reason starts us off with a banger with the opening trick from his Physics Wheels video part.

Grant Taylor avoids taking a plunge in Anti Hero's 'Destination Unknown'.

Skateboarder, artist, purveyor of crust and all round renaissance man Dan Cates with a switch banger in London town.

Scott Bourne rides out the hubba and onto the round rail in Pontus Alv's audiovisual adventure, 'In Search of the Miraculous'.

Mr Mike Manzoori with the old up and over on the London Underground. There was a Wig Worland photo of this radness in Sidewalk Magazine a long while back for Mike's 'Day Out' feature, someone please dig it out.

Keeping it on a British tip with another U.K legend, Mark Channer. Same rail as Dan Cates' earlier banger, but Mark is in it for the long haul. Skip to 18 seconds, or better yet just watch the whole part and thank us later.

Jon Rowe enters the danger zone with this one, with nasty potential falls on either side Jon powers through with apparent ease.

Plenty of stuff has been done across this ledge, we opted for Fred Gall's 5-0 shuv out from Habitat's 'Mosaic' because Fred Gall is the best.

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Alexis Lacroix with a fitting tribue to the Skinny Ledge Master, Joe Valdez. Check out the DimeMtl Instagram for further radness.

Saving the best till last, The Gonz going rail to rail all the way back in 1999 taken from Real's 'Kicked Out of Everywhere'.