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    I am new at this So could any of you give me any tips on tricks


    Thanks
    Subzero295

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    Tricks

    Yeah don't kill yourself
    RIDE HARDER EVERYONE BUT DON'T FORGET TO DO PUSHUPS WHEN YOU GET OFF THE BIKE

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    ...

    The easiest trick is the backflip
    -DoTheDew- ***** Happens... Make Lemonade.

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    The only advise I can give you is to be smart by wearing protection. Don't think you are too cool, and not wear a helmet or knee and elbow pads, not even "just this one time", because it could be your last. If I had not been wearing protection the last time I crashed I might be dead right now now, my head hit the ground so hard it split my hetmet in two places leaving me with a mild cuncussion. Be safe, not sorry you didn't.

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    Subzero295, could you be a little more specific what you need advice on? Flatland, Vert, Street and Dirtjumping are all quite different from one another on certain things.

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    some good adice is to start small,REAL small then as you get better you can go high and bigger and what not. but every one sucks when they start, so dont be discouraged
    UrBaN

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    advice

    start small and go big, in this order:
    1. Get a Bike
    2. Make sure its safe
    3. Get protection
    4. Ride
    5. Bunny hop
    6. Ramp
    7. Practice trick
    8. Perfect trick
    9. Perform trick and wow people
    10. get new trick
    11. Have fun!
    12. repeat steps 7 through 12, its a never ending cycle
    Check out www.altern8ive.co.uk, for the finest in UK Flatland. Riders, Media, Reviews, Music, and much, much more..

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    IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE HARD

    A lot of small trix all at once can WOW ppl more/or just as much than one hard one.....they hurt less, and feel just as good.....and can come up with more variations this way so u won't look like u've been practicing one trick all ur life.....
    nickBMXr

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    Just play around and find some videos to watch and that will give you ideas. Got to www.bmxtrix.com its really good.

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