Basically a one-foot rev, aka super sketch crankflip. Just work on pulling your foot off, I had this problem a few days before I landed a real crankflip.
Nice hat, except wrong season…I could use one of those here.
I’d just say its a “mobbed” crankflip. In skateboarding, when you kick down instead of out on a kickflip, it’s called a mobbed kickflip. It looks bad, and it’s rather sketchy. I’d still consider it a crankflip though. Congratulations… If only I could learn them in two days.
P.S. What kind of weather calls for shorts, a tshirt, and a warm winter hat?
I was about to say the same. I have had those nasty bails, they’re
slightly worse than nasty.
Just imagine going fast, you feel your shoes tugging a bit, then a bit more, then they rip and you stop dead… but your tied to your unicycle via your feet. Then you fall off while tied to a wheel, all within 2 seconds onto a surface like sand paper. That is painful.
yes nice hat too lol.
EDIT: yeah I’d say thats a crankflip, just work on kicking your legs out a bit more.
…untied shoelaces have given me worse bails than any other jump … no joke… pedalling full speed, shoelace wrapped around pedal axle, suddenly yanked tight, and i tried to jump off, which yanked me sideways and sent my face into the concrete, i’m surprised it didn’t break my nose, and wrists
Yea that’s definitely a crankflip. I wouldn’t say that they were sketchy, just not clean, know what I’m saying? My first couple of flips were a million times worse than that, and then I lost the knack for it. After having already landed some flips though, I found that learning zero-plants properly actually really helped my with getting the kicking motion. Good luck.
Instant sticky pants?
Did you by any chance build a colossal north shore structure/ramp out of a massive tree? Damn weird dreams…
I recorded some last night and played back in slow motion. Pretty much the same. I’m pretty sure it’s the kick. My foot only comes of the pedal once the wheel has roatated 100 degrees. I can’t kick it rite!
I’ve also tried kicking my legs outwards…I find that more difficult but i may help me with my kicking, yet it may not…
yea my crankflips r almost the same, my kicking foot is always really close to the pedal. basically i just practice lifting my feet higher like matty p does, this way u will get better at crankflippin onto ledges and over stuff.
but yea that is definately a crankflip! CONGRATS DUDE!!!