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Old 06-26-07, 03:35 PM
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Yes, that is one way to do it.

But if you are lazy (like most of us) and don't want to search...well, good luck finding someone that has enough time to post a real answer.



You are in luck! I will help the best I can, although I can't bunny hop all that high (a little over a foot is about the max I've done). To get your rear tire off the ground, you will need to first pull up the front tire fairly high. Then (with your toes pointed down as far as you can go on the pedals) bring your feet up as you push out on the handlebars. That should get your rear tire off the ground at least a little ways. With practice, you will soon be hopping higher than me.

Good luck!
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