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Old 04-16-2008, 01:14 PM   #1
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wreckd cause of 12 oclock bar.. ne advice?

is there ne certain smooth way to hit the 12 bar? i was tryin to hit it at a low speed but when i hit it i hit it at an angle and it made my bike wipe out and flip and me with it. but ya ne helpful advice? i havnt tried to jus stop then pop it start to the bar yet but thatl prolly b my next thing to try
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Thats how I learned it. Get comfurtable knowing where the bar is at.

After that just practice ridin slow at BP with the rear brake....then 12in will come easy.
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Old 04-16-2008, 01:18 PM   #3
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is there ne certain smooth way to hit the 12 bar? i was tryin to hit it at a low speed but when i hit it i hit it at an angle and it made my bike wipe out and flip and me with it. but ya ne helpful advice? i havnt tried to jus stop then pop it start to the bar yet but thatl prolly b my next thing to try
set it on the 12 bar and sit on the bike so you know how far back it is. then do slow wheelies and once you get to balance point... go just past it and let the bike fall back to the bar.... at least that is how i learned on the 50
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Old 04-16-2008, 01:21 PM   #4
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That's why the other day we said that a 12 bar will not keep you from looping out. Basically it's all just practice you can't scrape unless you are pulling it back straight. If you had a round bar it probably wouldn't have thrown you off as bad but you still have to be straight when you lean back to scrape.

There is no easy way to do all of this it's all just seat time, keep practicing and you will be able to do it in your sleep.
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Old 04-18-2008, 09:01 AM   #6
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thanks for the advice.. when it clears up this weekend ill get sum more seat time and ill try to get more comfortable to where the 12 is
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Dont worry about hitting the 12 bar just work on staying in the idle and doing no throttle hands and keeping it smooth.
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:34 PM   #8
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im kinda getn the idle down but my bike i practice on is carberated so when i keep it up for a while and try stuff it starts runnin bad.. sut ya practicen wut i can
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Take the bar off and learn to scrape tail first it's forgiving and won't throw you to one side. Just my my $.02 oh and make sure your exaust won't hit cause it will do the same.
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