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Old 10-11-06, 07:00 PM   #1
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bunny hopping and x-ups

hi i started doin bmx about 3 weeks ago i really sucked and still kinda do i really suck at bunny hopping but can get massive air off jumps and do x ups any 1 got any tips on bunnyhopping
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i would of helped but 1, you used massive amounts of smiley faces, and 2, search
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Practice. And spend an equal amount of time on your grammar.
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X-ups are pretty easy, just start out by finding a dirt jump or box that your comfortable on, and is of reasonable size. Then just starting doing turnbars and turning them more and more each time. Keep your legs back so you dont have to bow them out, and lean over your bars a bit to get them more "tweaked" and more rotated...
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