> There are three steps involved in learning to idle a Coker.
> First, learn to idle a normal uni.
> Second- get in buff shape with little ripples on your tummy like an
Optional, though my suitcase deadlift has gone from 200# to 250# since I
started Cokering, and my side bend, sort of the suitcase deadlift exercise
for pansies, has gone from 100# to 160# for reps.
> Third-ride the Coker like a schizophrenic killing snakes. Long cranks
help, but hard riding helps more, especially trails.
I’m too heavy for trails (on a Coker - 230# rider plus big flimsy wheel
equals taco) and too addicted to speed for long cranks, but yeah. Jump
boots help for this if you UPD as often as I do.
> Cops get the biggest kick out of watching idling Cokers at stop signs.
Do not do to others what angers you if done to you by others.