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Old 12-22-01, 04:01 PM   #1
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Grinding

Is there a reason why most people put pegs on their left side and not on their right?
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Old 12-22-01, 06:31 PM   #2
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The reason is that alot of bikes have their sprocket on the right side so they avoid grinding up their sprocket by putting the pegs on the left. I put mine on the right no matter what cause im only good at grinding that side.
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Old 12-23-01, 12:14 PM   #3
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your sprocket really doesn't matter, right side or left side is just a personal prefrence, i choose right because i am righty and i can move the bike around better to the right

right side seems to win around here

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Old 12-23-01, 04:42 PM   #4
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they do it case them just grind on one side, so only need one side of pegs, or are trying to save weight.
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I think they grind on any side they want.
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Old 01-11-02, 05:14 AM   #6
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When I finally get my act together, what's the best way to start grinding?

I've seen a few videos of people going down bannisters, but it looks pretty tricky.

Any top advice out there?

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So people tend to grind ostly on their left side becuase when you grind on the right side you sproket is also getting scratched?
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I like the thread you made.
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I think they will grind on any side. They might grind on different sides on different grinds. I am happy to help.
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Old 01-14-02, 02:53 AM   #10
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I think they will grind on any side. They might grind on different sides on different grinds. I am happy to help.
What's the best way to practise?

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a lot of people can only grind on one side so they only keep pegs on that side cause theres no use for another set
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What is the best way to start grinding u say
have no fear and just bunny hop onto what ever ur grinding and with practice you will get it sooner or later
ive been riding for 4 yeears now and i can ice pick, nose pick, febal
double peg, and smith o yeah and sprocket stals
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You can grind on anyside of the bike you want. People may have a certain side they grind on. Your welcome. Bye.
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