An S Bend to blind is a horizontal front spin landing to bind with a surface handle pass. This is one sick trick and very achieveable for the intermediate rider with a bit of practise. Before attempting this it's a good idea to have your Raley to Blind sorted. Step up your riding by slaying the S to blind because it'd be rude not to.
Common mistake is catching your heel edge and going over the back. Avoid this by keeping that bar as close as possible to ensure it doesnt pull you off balance.
Come in fast with the kite slightly above 45, hands centered on the bar- overlapping if possible
Dig a big progressive edge and get ready to throw a big S bend
Pop hard and unleash your raley, getting you legs as high as possible whilst still being bent (being bent allows for greater contol when you make the 180 rotation)
Slay the S bend rotation by looking over your back shoulder. Let your hips and legs follow around after. Try to get this done nice and fast so that you have ample time to sort out the blind landing
As you complete the S bend rotation, let your lets come down as you pull your arms and legs in. Use the bar to help you center your balance and prepare for the final 180
You should go for the blind landing once your legs are back underneath you. Pull that bar into your front hip and look over your back shoulder for the final time
Try to get as close to a 270 rotation as possible here, so that you land going downwind. Its very easy to catch an edge when learning the blind landing due to an under rotation
With you bar behind your back, spot your landing and prepare to land hard. If you arms goes straight (common while learning), bend at the waist to compensate so that you'll be able to not be pulled over. This is shown nicely in the top video above
Land downwind and pass the bar once you are riding away. You just nailed the S to blind. Sick!