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jar944
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July 11, 2011, 08:55 AM

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badass vids.

so it's pretty straightforward when you can make it up the hill. but what's the best procedure when you're partway up and the bike just starts digging in and not moving forward? i'm on street tires, and have no skill, so the aforementioned event occurs more then i'd like to admit. and most of the times it's on hills i can't even stand on let alone safely walk or turn the bike around on. what's the safest/easiest way to bail from a hill climb that is less then successful?
Turn left or right (whatever way is easier) rock the front wheel down, you may or may not need to get off the bike.

If it's steep enough it dosent matter what you want to do..


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