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Old 05-18-06, 07:40 PM   #1
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Finally... this damn lurch lol...

Heh, finally got it, I can now lurch quite decently, the problem is... my balance is still not quite well to pull more than one or two (maybe three if I'm lucky ) but I'm so happy with my progress, I'm gonna practice stepping onto and off small stairs, hopefully that will improve my balance.

Of course by quite decently, I mean for the begginers level of course...

P.D: I want to ride a 20" Trials mod bike so bad...
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Yeah. You learned it a lot faster than I did. I remember back when I was at your level, just getting a few random pedal kicks off...2 months Practice helps like you wouldn't believe. Yesterday I surged onto a 1.5 rectangular stone thing, and pedal kicked off. You'll learn new stuff in no time. Now try to learn sidehops and surges using pedal strokes. They're the sibling of the pedal kick.
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