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Old 07-13-2009, 08:08 PM   #21
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Old 07-13-2009, 09:02 PM   #22
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downtown is south???? kingwoods north what are u tryin to say? haha
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i would buy a beater truck first lol
haha seriosly klassik????
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Old 07-14-2009, 07:55 AM   #25
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i would buy a beater truck first lol
you need somethin to haul your bikes man... Plus it's nice to have when it's winter and raining
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haha seriosly klassik????
whatever you have to do, just cause some are called pocketbikes doesn't mean you can just stuff it in your pocket and take it on an elevator...
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haha yeah i know... i do need a truck. but dont have the money for that now.
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Why does everyone say get a 50 before stunting a big bike?
It didnt help me out at all on my big bike complete different power badnd, maybe its cause havent stunted in months!
I say go with a 80 or a crf100 something with a clutch think thats your best bet!
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Old 07-14-2009, 11:39 PM   #30
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get a 600 ,learn brake control ,then take it to the little bike .
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Why does everyone say get a 50 before stunting a big bike?
It didnt help me out at all on my big bike complete different power badnd, maybe its cause havent stunted in months!
I say go with a 80 or a crf100 something with a clutch think thats your best bet!
thats cause you most likely did not learn the fundamentals, ask ANYONE who has really learned a phifty and wanted it, clayton, george,marcus,del,klassik...all people on phifty's that rode the out the bikes for hours a day for a short time and hopped on a big bike and picked it up in days, not months..THE PROOF IS THERE. A clutch HAS nothing TO DO WITH learning the basics of THROTTLE CONTROL, BACK BRAKE CONTROL, AND BODY LANGAUGE, in fact a clutch will make it that much harder at first.
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Old 07-14-2009, 11:42 PM   #32
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thats cause you most likely did not learn the fundamentals, ask ANYONE who has really learned a phifty and wanted it, clayton, george,marcus,del,klassik...all people on phifty's that rode the out the bikes for hours a day for a short time and hopped on a big bike and picked it up in days, not months..THE PROOF IS THERE. A clutch HAS nothing TO DO WITH learning the basics of THROTTLE CONTROL, BACK BRAKE CONTROL, AND BODY LANGAUGE, in fact a clutch will make it that much harder at first.
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some wut lol... maybe this weekend mikeys been workin out of town and i jsut been hangin out with my fam lately
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some wut lol... maybe this weekend mikeys been workin out of town and i jsut been hangin out with my fam lately
thats cool, just trying to get as much riding in before i go back to work soon
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werd im bout to get owned by skool in the fall so i need to come hang out and ride
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thats cause you most likely did not learn the fundamentals

Then what can I do to learn them?
Cause i had pretty much every trick in the book locked down on a 50..
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Then what can I do to learn them?
Cause i had pretty much every trick in the book locked down on a 50..
dont know exactly where ur at on the big bike but from looking at ur avatar looks like u just need to clutch it straight up and catch it with the brake ? or atleast to bp then dip it back behind bp to slow it down to idle
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dont know exactly where ur at on the big bike but from looking at ur avatar looks like u just need to clutch it straight up and catch it with the brake ? or atleast to bp then dip it back behind bp to slow it down to idle
I roll about 70ft. stoppies const. everyones in a while 80+ but i cant keep them straight sometimes..
I havent reached BP and my wheelies blow! Also my throttle control is no bueno i guess i just need to go out and ride more cause i havent rode in months just lost intrest in it but i want to start riding again.
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Then what can I do to learn them?
Cause i had pretty much every trick in the book locked down on a 50..
wanna play horse ?

you just need to work on the faster clutch up, and if u have that brake control down u will catch it before u loop
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