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Old 07-16-2008, 08:18 AM   #1
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could i rent ur stunt bike?

alright here's the deal. i wanna get my stand-ups down. i can pick up my bike all day on the st. i still haven't gotten to my bp though. so i'm basically chasin it. if anyone's interested i'd like to pay u to teach me and loan me ur stunt bike in a parkin lot. i'll pay u 50 bucks for an afternoon of practice. any takers?
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Old 07-16-2008, 08:29 AM   #2
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Yeah, right. I think you need to just go buy a dirtbike and learn on that. You can get one for less than 1k.
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Old 07-16-2008, 08:38 AM   #4
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i can pick it up all day. 1st or 2nd. but i'm accelerating quick. i'd like to practice at a low speed and in a parkin lot. that's why i'd like to practice with a stunt bike. bigger sprocket and a roll cage. i'm not tryin to be a stunter
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alright here's the deal. i wanna get my stand-ups down. i can pick up my bike all day on the st. i still haven't gotten to my bp though. so i'm basically chasin it. if anyone's interested i'd like to pay u to teach me and loan me ur stunt bike in a parkin lot. i'll pay u 50 bucks for an afternoon of practice. any takers?
I tell you what for $300 a day and a $3000 deposit it's a deal!
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Old 07-16-2008, 09:16 AM   #6
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I tell you what for $300 a day and a $3000 deposit it's a deal!
done! go to ur nearest parkin lot and wait for me. if i'm runnin late, just wait longer i'll be right there
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Old 07-16-2008, 09:22 AM   #7
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ya, but f#$% it. it is what it is.


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ya, but f#$% it. it is what it is.


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Haters? There would be no way in I would rent a bike out for $50 to go stunt. 300 may be a bit high but ...

Pick up a stunt bike for 2k-3k and go learn or better yet get a 50 for under 1k.
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Well Jordo has a point you know I don't think they mind teaching you but the might preffer you use your own bike. If you are to loop the bike and break a few things then their out a bike. Besides I see your riding a 1k why is it hard for you to find BP on it? I would get on my friends 1k in first slow rock them no problem. He had an 06 gixxer 1k, so shouldn't be a problem. I seen him rocking them on the freeways all day long and for miles. You know slow wheelies are going to be more difficult then a faster wheelie right? If anything get a phifty and learn on that and tranfer the brake control and all on the big bike and learn the throtle on the bike bike to hold it up.
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Well Jordo has a point you know I don't think they mind teaching you but the might preffer you use your own bike. If you are to loop the bike and break a few things then their out a bike. Besides I see your riding a 1k why is it hard for you to find BP on it? I would get on my friends 1k in first slow rock them no problem. He had an 06 gixxer 1k, so shouldn't be a problem. I seen him rocking them on the freeways all day long and for miles. You know slow wheelies are going to be more difficult then a faster wheelie right? If anything get a phifty and learn on that and tranfer the brake control and all on the big bike and learn the throtle on the bike bike to hold it up.
preeciate the info. i can pick it up with no probs. the power's there. i wanted to get used to pickin it up at a low speed. like i said bro, i'll figure it out.
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Old 07-16-2008, 09:42 AM   #15
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Well if anything depending on how slow pick it up and learn the brake control. If you know how to use the throtle and engine brake on it you should be good for slow wheelies. If you know anyone with a phifty try it out on that or even on a bigger dirtbike. Just remember to pick up the tire higher when your going slow. Can't keep it at like 9-10ish if your rocking slow wheelies. I have mine like close to 11 when I roll them slow on the phifty.
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^ thanks bro. i'll keep praticing
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No problem man, hope you figure out the slow wheelies.
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