BMX - 180 thing n trick tips
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09-02-05, 09:23 PM
how do u like do a 180 on flat ground? im gettin a foot up but im not spinnin fast enough or somthin? i can do one off a jump jst not on flat......that and ive been seen a guy do a 360 without his wheels even gettin off the ground!!! whats the secret on that? i jst need tips!
09-02-05, 10:42 PM
bike follows hips, hips follow shoulders, shoulders follow head.
but how do you get the tires to slide around in the example of the rider he saw?
09-03-05, 04:22 AM
I can do a 360 without my wheels leaving the ground, it's called riding in a circle (see also: backwards circles -- fixed gear forum). Any other permutation would either require the wheels (at least one) to leave the ground or a head full of acid (http://ditestrentetrois.free.fr/33t_antoine_FearAndLoathing.jpg).
09-03-05, 12:47 PM
no i mean u could tell he picked up a lil bit but he just dragged his front tire
09-03-05, 12:48 PM
and rear but barely lifting up
ummm.....start pedaling make like your about to turn in a circle but dont.....lifet up front wheel sping head. shoulders will follow. torsoe will folllow. hips will follow. legs will follow. bike will follow. life up back wheel.
09-04-05, 10:58 AM
ill try that today
09-06-05, 09:19 PM
he probably was doing a one-eighty pivot Your question How? well try getting good at fufanus, then 360's, and put 2 and 2 together. not a bad question though atleast your trying to learn a skill instead of "what bike should I get?"
09-06-05, 09:23 PM
what is a fufanus?
when you do like a half turnish thing with only one wheel tuching the ground/coping/obstacle. hard to explain without pictures.
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