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Old 01-10-05, 05:43 PM
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mountain bike tricks

I am looking for a little help here. I am wondering if there are any other tricks out there with the name pedal in them besides pedal kicks. If anybody could help me out that would be much appreciated.

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Pedal Grind
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Pedal stall?
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put the pedal to the metal (or carpet if you have upholstered interior)
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Originally Posted by Cornish_Rdr_UK
Pedal Grind
Havn't a bit of trouble with that right now. And mosh pedals... they are not the greatest pedals for this application.
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i learned them over the summer.... but it still looks wierd to grind on a mtb
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Originally Posted by mindbogger
Havn't a bit of trouble with that right now. And mosh pedals... they are not the greatest pedals for this application.
If halfsteps, remove the pins from one side. grind with the pin side under your shoe, flat side to the concrete.
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Pedal flip (or crank flip)
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