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Old 08-30-2007, 04:53 PM   #1
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give me pointers! ive got a few up there where i could feel the bike going over and then slam down and tip over to the side

i dont really care about getting those insane almost vertical ones, but being able to get some rolling ones would be awsome. just so i can scare the out of my mom and ride a rolling stoppie next to the house if she is out talking to a neighbor ha.
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Old 08-30-2007, 04:56 PM   #2
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watch some clips of Joe (Prodigy) he knows a thing or two about 'em!

Watch the bike and his position. notice his arms and head. Notice the "bounce" before he throws it up there. You can learn a good bit just by watching closely.

But asking is always a good option!
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watch some clips of Joe (Prodigy) he knows a thing or two about 'em!

Watch the bike and his position. notice his arms and head. Notice the "bounce" before he throws it up there. You can learn a good bit just by watching closely.

But asking is always a good option!
where are some of his clips posted?

ya, id like to find someone willing to take me to one of their spots and watch me and give me pointers that way since watching and reading can only get you so far.
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give me pointers! ive got a few up there where i could feel the bike going over and then slam down and tip over to the side

i dont really care about getting those insane almost vertical ones, but being able to get some rolling ones would be awsome. just so i can scare the out of my mom and ride a rolling stoppie next to the house if she is out talking to a neighbor ha.
a good dirt bike would help small cc 125 100... stree tires....
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watch some clips of Joe (Prodigy) he knows a thing or two about 'em!

Watch the bike and his position. notice his arms and head. Notice the "bounce" before he throws it up there. You can learn a good bit just by watching closely.

But asking is always a good option!
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a good dirt bike would help small cc 125 100... stree tires....
ha ya im savin for a xr100. hopefully ill have one by november so i can have a good amount of time during christmas break from school to practice!

i need to find a spot that is flat! the back road by my house is only good for about 20mins before the cop comes by to give me a talk about how NEXT TIME HES TAKING MY BIKE ha



and i watched the videos of Prodigy doin them.. what is that "bounce" before he lifts the back wheel for? extra momentum so he doesnt have to use as much front brake?
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it helps get the rear up without loosing as much speed.
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from what ive learned its not much of a boune more of shifting weight forward endos are fun and addicting but very dangererous choose the roads you do them on lol i wish i would have chosen better
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