The first and most basic trick that every Subwinger learns. This trick opens the horizon for many other Subwing tricks and makes you feel fully confident with the maneuvering of the Subwing. Simply point the wings in opposite directions to enable a roll. The more angle you apply on the wings, the faster you spin!
Impressive trick that seems difficult to achieve except it’s actually not. Just place your feet in the rope handle and release your hands. Remember to tilt your feet upwards in order to hook on to the rope. Experienced Subwingers can even maneuver the Subwing and do barrel rolls while hanging from their feet!
Fun trick that doesn’t require many attempts to master. The trick is to get close to the bottom before you start running. As you attempt to get up on your feet you will be pushed a little upwards by the water flowing over your body. If you’re not close enough to the bottom your feet won’t reach the bottom. Keep the wings tilted downwards as you are running to get the sufficient downwards thrust to keep you on the bottom.
Maybe can’t be defined as a trick, but who doesn’t like flying close to the sand bottom, whirling up the sand behind you as you are some sort of a low flying jet fighter plane.
The name explains itself, grab the lines of the Subwing and stand on the wings like you were a villain in a Spiderman movie. If you are an expert at this, try to attempt a roll!
Greet spectators by waving your feet. Simply do a roll until you are upside down, then tilt the wings upwards while lifting your feet upwards out of the water. With some training, you will find the balance so your feet won’t fall to the sides.
Surprise your fellow subwingers with this hilarious trick which is guaranteed to bring out a laugh if they haven’t seen it.
I wouldn’t attempt this trick on other than a fine sand bottom and the reason goes without saying.
Use your friend as a human underwater surfboard by standing on his back or shoulders.
Get comfortable by sitting down on the Subwing while holding the lines.
If you want to ride multiple people on the Subwing there loads of tricks you can do, here are a few. All tandem tricks require a lot of cooperation, be sure you agree on a signal for when you want to return to the surface.
Grab a wing each and put your cooperation skills to the ultimate test.
How long can you make the snake?
Grab your friend’s feet and go running on the bottom.
If you are multiple Subwingers in the water simultaneously you can attempt all kinds of tricks with an extra passenger.
Personally, the best time I have had on my Subwing has been while inventing and attempting new tricks with friends. We’ve spent hours laughing our asses of while testing out hilarious ideas that sometimes didn’t quite work out the way we thought. I would recommend anyone to get their hands on two sets of Subwings as its nothing quite like sharing an amazing and fun experience with a friend.
Be careful when attempting new tricks so you don’t get stuck in the lines. To avoid this, never wrap any parts of your body into the lines or rope.