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    Junior Member zero_or_die's Avatar
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    bunnyhopping

    is it much harder to bunnyhop with a department store bike, and what is a good technique to doing a good bunnyhop.

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    Just give'er. hooligan's Avatar
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    Lift front, then point your toes down and lift back. Don't lift at the same time. You want your front over the obstacle before you lift your rear wheel. Yes, department store bikes are heavier and the cockpit isn't meant for as aggressive riding.

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    please use the search function
    That's a lie.

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    I found out a way that works....lift up your front end and shift your weight over the handle bars....it works for me.
    Last edited by madbiker555; 07-14-05 at 08:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero_or_die
    is it much harder to bunnyhop with a department store bike
    no, it's just harder to bunnyhop high.

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