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Old 01-09-01, 08:28 PM   #1
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I'm new to bmxing (boy is that original) so this is gonna be a lame question.
How do you go into a double peg grind.

I can bunnyhop high enough but can't figure a good angle.
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Should i go straight on or curve in from the side?

I'm not doing this on a vert ramp but on a small ledge.

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50-50 grinds (or double peg grinds) i feel, are harder to pull than say, a feeble, but to do them is simple.
ride alongside the desired rail about 4-6 inches away from it. Bunny hop sideways onto the rail, and when you get to the end, pull your front peg off and the rear will follow.
To feeble, simply put your front tyre on top of the grind instead of having your front peg on.
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