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Old 11-12-2005, 03:54 PM   #1
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aiight, now about some endo's

i think endo's are hellafied more tight than wheelies, but they look 10x more dangerous.

in princable this should be easy, just grab a handful of front brake.

are there any tips/tricks to learning to endo with out ending up on your face and having you bike land on your back, crushing your spine and vertabrae, causing permanant damage and ending your biking career? lol.

thats what scares me the most about the idea of trying an endo. alot of bad things can happen in a wheelie, but ussually you fall behind the bike. with a endo, there is huge chance the bike is going to land on you if/when you it up.

also, one other question. whats the best type of bike for stunting? my bike is heavy, but has a pretty awesome engine. would this be ideal, or a smaller, lighter, less powerful bike? i see more people stunting on CBR's than anything else, there a reason for that?
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Old 11-12-2005, 04:48 PM   #2
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i try stoppies now and then. i got a lil 125cc that i try to stunt now and its more fun trying new stuff on that.


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Old 11-12-2005, 04:52 PM   #3
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125? is it a dirtbike or what?
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125? is it a dirtbike or what?
yup. i paid $425 plus tax and i just feel more comfortable ragging that bike out even though im not a great stunna.
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Old 11-12-2005, 05:23 PM   #5
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i try stoppies now and then. i got a lil 125cc that i try to stunt now and its more fun trying new stuff on that.


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those are pretty decnet but you can find your self rolling them alot better arturo if you just pick your head up and look forward and keep your arms locked.

and for xris rule number one in stunting act first think last or you find your self scared to attempt new stunts.
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those are pretty decnet but you can find your self rolling them alot better arturo if you just pick your head up and look forward and keep your arms locked.

and for xris rule number one in stunting act first think last or you find your self scared to attempt new stunts.
werd in order to learn new things you just have to do them.....Dont think about it just do it... or elce you will be stuck in a rut like i am.....
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^^werd, also practice a lot. thats how to get good at anything. and listen to advice. keep your back straight, chin up right above the middle of the triple. squeeze the brake hard enough the compress the front forks, then squeeze just a little(this is the part to practice at) harder, and the back end will pop up. practice and you'll get better and better. just like a wheelie, but backwards.
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i would give some pointers im alright at them.... but in think real man to talk to is matt L that boy got that on lock
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not really into stunting my bike but thanks anyway
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