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Old 10-08-2009, 03:45 PM   #1
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Arrow balence and throttle control is all ..........



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well that and a 30 pound bike helps as well. I like watching trial competitions, the spanish are sick.
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well that and a 30 pound bike helps as well. I like watching trial competitions, the spanish are sick.

30lb?????
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Old 10-10-2009, 03:59 AM   #6
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30lb?????

haha no way. just barely got my BMX under 30. i would guess those to weigh around 150. maybe less.

thats some amazing throttle control though.
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haha no way. just barely got my BMX under 30. i would guess those to weigh around 150. maybe less.

thats some amazing throttle control though.
Maybe not 30#, but what these kids can do on those Trials Bikes are pretty amazing. The skills this kid just showed is demonstrative of what skills they need to compete in this niche.
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haha no way. just barely got my BMX under 30. i would guess those to weigh around 150. maybe less.

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150 t0 170lbs dry I believe
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That was pretty good, didn't think it was going to work out for him.
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