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  1. unihopper
    2011-05-24 11:44 AM
    Hey. I had a very difficult time learning crankflips. I started by riding forward fast, jumping and letting the cranks turn. This resulted in strange half crank flips that involved no actual kick of the pedals. I managed to improve them by pulling up on the seat as hard as I could, but they still were not good. I then gave up on them and learned other things. I eventually learned 90 flips, hickflips and treyflips. Then after that I tried two handed crankflips and they were easy. I could finally get the kick. My advice would be to use two hands, it will be much easier. You could also learn 90 flips first like I did, I found them easier to commit to. Here is a tutorial I made on hickflips, it might help: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=EFKbhVYZbZg. I hope that helps, good luck!
  2. knoxuni
    2010-11-14 08:59 PM
    nice car
  3. TheJoker
    2010-04-22 07:56 AM
    yep sure, im home all day tommorrow.
  4. TheJoker
    2010-03-28 07:23 AM
    yea, for sure, sorry i haven't been online in a while.
  5. TheJoker
    2010-03-07 10:09 PM
    lots of filing around the top of the bearing holders lol.
  6. finnspin
    2010-02-02 06:04 PM
    with my setup theres pretty space
  7. finnspin
    2010-01-26 07:10 PM
    I really like it .It feels very similar to the Kris Holm Frame.

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    Swimming, Piano, Unicycling, Saxaphone, Vollyball, Karate, skiing, and (when i have the money and time) Rock climbing, running
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