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Old 2018-10-07, 04:19 PM   #1
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Uphill freemount on a 36'er - tutorial

I've been riding 36'er for some years now, but it was only recently that I discovered the "key factor" of uphill big wheel freemounting. I could just tell you what it is, but it's more fun to make a video.

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Old 2018-10-07, 07:01 PM   #2
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I just realized that I posted in the wrong place. This video was ment for the tutorial section. Please forgive me for posting there as well.
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