I am confused with all the different names for trials moves. Having almost entirely ridden with bike-trials riders, I have adopted their “terms”.
Side hop: A side hop onto an object
Side hop gap: Gaping to the side
Bunny hop: forwards roling hop
Static Gap: Gap forward static and land static
Roling Gap: Roll in, and gap forwards
To bash: Object to crank or pedal
To wheel/s: Object to rubber
If any of these are wrong, please correct me.
I’m a biketrials rider myself…
But, the terms are slightly different in unicycling.
pedal-up to backwheel: pedalling rolling hop up (this is what uni trials does for rolling hops)
bunny hop: NO pedalling involved, just a powerful pull up of the bike.
front hook: bunnying/rolling hop up a wall but hook the front wheel over, (a 2 step move like unicycling’s pedalgrab.)
static gap: balance on backwheel and gap from stationary position with a sharp kick on pedals.
rolling gap: similar to how a uni rolling hops.
But in biketrials, we don’t say things like ‘pedal grabs/stalls’, we just say… “such and such move… to pedal/to bashguard”
static gap (sidehop gaps aren’t really the proper name).
thats the most common set of moves anyway…
Yeah most of your terms you used above are biketrialsy, but there are secondary terms that are used a lot such as: “to pedal, to bashguard, to front wheel, to backwheel, to tyre,” No one in biketrials really talks about ‘pedal stalls or pedal grabs’ because sidehopping to pedal is considered ‘taboo’ and cheating in biketrials.