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View Poll Results: how long did it take to learn to ride idle
4-5 second...im fuggin pro/fast learner 3 18.75%
2-3 weeks tops...then i was doin combos like mr.unansailable 5 31.25%
4-5 months then i got it 0 0%
still learnin ima squid...need a combo/circle button 8 50.00%
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:40 AM   #21
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^ thats my dawg!

if it wasnt for him i would still be a squid with no skills
your the crazy one who did it, we just told you how

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ps it was all anthony pumpin us up to learn it if it wasnt for him id be in jail for wheeling on the freeway or id still be doin wheelies on the freeway with no back brake control haha
i was pumped up cause of the parkin lot pimps at asi...and it was matt L on the coors bike at stubbs like 5 years ago that got me wanting to do it. so pretty much we should all just thank matt l...

oh and i found some footage of us george...with me you and tc matt, and joe at asi on the black harley headlight f4i doing hexo's and 120 stoppies
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Old 11-07-2008, 10:41 AM   #22
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lol....thanks for the recognition, but really it was antmo that started it all on the SE side for the big bike riders. he got me to where i learned back brake control. then one night we were at fox and hound, i saw clayton gettin this down so quickly and seeing how long it was taking me to learn. that night, i said fck it and decided to learn idle. then i had other teachers like vu, joe and clayton telling me to push the envelope a little harder. im not good by any means when it comes to riders like joe, clayton, jordo and anthony. im only good on the lots really. these guys are all around badass on the lots and streets. these are the guys along with just chillin with george and the HPD crew that got me where im at today. just keep at it. and when you get to the point where your pushing the envelope, go a little harder. yeah, you might fall, but thats the sacrifice for gettin better.....
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they pretty good...now that i can adjust my idle....cant really keep it steady at bp tho
idle is like right behind bp...get a fiddy, ride it for a few months...master the back brake..then hop back on your big bike...javi told me this years ago...a little bike will change your life.
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took probably a fkin month for me, im a slow learner and i was used to freeway stand ups with no back brake. eek!
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lol....thanks for the recognition, but really it was antmo that started it all on the SE side for the big bike riders. he got me to where i learned back brake control. then one night we were at fox and hound, i saw clayton gettin this down so quickly and seeing how long it was taking me to learn. that night, i said fck it and decided to learn idle. then i had other teachers like vu, joe and clayton telling me to push the envelope a little harder. im not good by any means when it comes to riders like joe, clayton, jordo and anthony. im only good on the lots really. these guys are all around badass on the lots and streets. these are the guys along with just chillin with george and the HPD crew that got me where im at today. just keep at it. and when you get to the point where your pushing the envelope, go a little harder. yeah, you might fall, but thats the sacrifice for gettin better.....
im not a bad on a bike...i just can hop on any bike and scrape the tail

the moral of all this...it's what YOU PUT INTO IT. joes awesome cause he rides almost everyday. scary gary rode all day every day...
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or maybe you just have a lot of kids.

my garage is full of 600cc+ big kid toys
that garage had 3 600's and a CR250 race bike....

now it has 2 08 750s, and 3 600s in it.

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so being that your big bank hank now why did you post up a garage full of kid bikes talking about being deep in the stunt game? sounds like your in so deep now your gonna need a shovel to get out.
who the fukc are you?
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