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    I was wondering if any one could tell me how to bunny hop
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    The Art of Bunny

    The Art Of the Bunny:

    First you want to grab a nice size obstical that wont obstruct your path...*a small cardboard box will work*

    Then you want to place it on the ground

    Give yourself some room and distance....

    Ride at a average speed toward the box * BE RELAXED *

    Just as you reach 2 feet toward the box bring up your front end......

    Then being loose you jump up sucking the bike up with you.....

    This is a hard element to learn but a must for any hardcore bmxer.....Just wait till you need to learn to Manual... There is a skill!!!!!

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    thats comepletely vague.

    1. Ride along at a reasonable speed (It doesnt matter
    how fast really)
    2. Lift your front end up, the higher the better.
    3. When your front wheel arrives at a decent height
    (usually a few inches, but high enough to clear the
    box or whatever you might be bunnyhopping over)
    pull your handlebars DIAGONALLY FORWARD/UP. This
    will bring your back end off the ground
    4. Practice getting higher by tucking your knees into your
    chest when your off the ground


    This is also known as a wheely-hop
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