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Old 06-01-2009, 07:42 PM   #41
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seat time = more bike control

doesnt matter if its dirt or bmx

look at joe coming from bmx

imagine a kid racing out at a gokart track (not a wussy one) but one like at msr

when hes 16, put him in a car and put a kid who took drivers ed
whose going to know how to drive better

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Old 06-01-2009, 07:45 PM   #42
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seat time = more bike control

doesnt matter if its dirt or bmx

look at joe coming from bmx

imagine a kid racing out at a gokart track (not a wussy one) but one like at msr

when hes 16, put him in a car and put a kid who took drivers ed
whose going to know how to drive better

SEAT TIME !
i get what your saying, but you can easily start a sport and be good at it..go watch the movie 'rookie of the year' lol where the kid breaks his arm and it heals weird....exactly the same greg, now agree or be wrong
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Old 06-01-2009, 07:47 PM   #43
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the odds are against you in being that 1:1,000,000

and look at what happened to kid in rookie of the year it was a fluke lol

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haha. me and clayton are always the example.... seat time will always win. unless you are a prodigy child
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haha. me and clayton are always the example.... seat time will always win. unless you are a prodigy child
wrong...you guys are wrong...im selling my fiddy to get into zuma racing...i hate you all...esp you greg.
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Old 06-01-2009, 08:26 PM   #46
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wrong...you guys are wrong...im selling my fiddy to get into zuma racing...i hate you all...esp you greg.
how long have you been riding? you think you just go out and pick up highchair circles. lets see someone new do that in a week lets see someone even attempt that in a week without falling

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Old 06-01-2009, 08:28 PM   #48
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all i know is all y'all are good riders...


but please continue...
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im just messing with them and they know it...and yes klassik there was this guy who did highchair circles in a week....

maybe you should see desi.... he even has 180 highchair endo's....only six others in the world have that
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im just messing with them and they know it...and yes klassik there was this guy who did highchair circles in a week....

maybe you should see desi.... he even has 180 highchair endo's....only six others in the world have that
the prodigy child. he rides a green fourwheeler.
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man im glad i got i-net back..my direct went out, no net, and in-laws are here for a week..i was begining to thing i was in
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man im glad i got i-net back..my direct went out, no net, and in-laws are here for a week..i was begining to thing i was in
haha. i dont think blake is riding tonight. he said hes tired or something. he got when i told him it looked too big
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Old 06-01-2009, 08:42 PM   #56
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well in my opinion wether u drag knees or drag tails or both,the streets are far from being the same as the lot or the track.......TRAFFIC....
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Since you are all in here, Im honestly curious:

when did you feel comfortable in your transitions while learning to stunt?

I mean, you didn't just build the bike with a pizzacutter etc; when was the wheelie not enough? then the highchair, etc... And how bad/or if you unfortunately fell to getting back on.

I have alot of respect for you and will share your sport(from behind a lense lol)
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i felt comfortable after falling and saving myself and the bike after a few times...then stuff like gsxr subframes snap in half while scraping at the top of first gear and set you back....but i dont look at stunt riding just a sport...it's a lifestyle
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i was the guy that goes to asi and watched. i wanted to do that and would go out on public streets on the weekends and ride like crab and do pow pows. then i wanted to be able to wheelie longer and asked how to get into it. so i started on my 110 junker i had laying around and got back brake. then bought the motard for the street and ended up transfering over back brake skills to the motard. then when i was about to give up because i couldnt circle that carbed piece of . i bought a f4i. and once i got circles. stunting is all i wanna do now
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i was the guy that goes to asi and watched. i wanted to do that and would go out on public streets on the weekends and ride like crab and do pow pows. then i wanted to be able to wheelie longer and asked how to get into it. so i started on my 110 junker i had laying around and got back brake. then bought the motard for the street and ended up transfering over back brake skills to the motard. then when i was about to give up because i couldnt circle that carbed piece of . i bought a f4i. and once i got circles. stunting is all i wanna do now
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