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November 12, 2002, 09:55 AM

Hey TricknR1,

We see you up at 211 and other stunt fests doin your thang.
So tell us how you got started doin the sick stuff you do. Some tips on things to think about for folks startin out would be awsome. Im sure you got some good bad and ugly stories to share too.

Twist the wrist man and let us learn from you oh Trickn Master!


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umm i have this feeling hes not goin to respond?
i wanna learn some tricks!
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Maybe he hasn't seen it :dunno:


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He did respond to this thread. However when we switched servers, it only had my original post and not his response...


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What ya wanna know???


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What ya wanna learn? Let me know and we can get together and I will try and teach ya. Laterz


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all I wanna know is how to get that big wheely going.

Takes tons of practice. You need to find that "sweet" spot which is the balance point. Then you hold the throttle there and work it just a bit to continue motion which means ease on throttle to go higher or let off a little for the engine break to bring you down. It's delicate so please be careful. Takes dedication too so I know everyone here on this board could do it.


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all I wanna know is how to get that big wheely going.

Takes tons of practice. You need to find that "sweet" spot which is the balance point. Then you hold the throttle there and work it just a bit to continue motion which means ease on throttle to go higher or let off a little for the engine break to bring you down. It's delicate so please be careful. Takes dedication too so I know everyone here on this board could do it.

I suggest doing it on a bike you dont mind going down. When you are first learning, even a :fart: can make you go down wrong


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all I wanna know is how to get that big wheely going.

Takes tons of practice. You need to find that "sweet" spot which is the balance point. Then you hold the throttle there and work it just a bit to continue motion which means ease on throttle to go higher or let off a little for the engine break to bring you down. It's delicate so please be careful. Takes dedication too so I know everyone here on this board could do it.

I suggest doing it on a bike you dont mind going down. When you are first learning, even a :fart: can make you go down wrong


Good advice. I put all sliders on my bike and you can even get extended sliders from some stunt groups that helps more. I try to keep my R1 in good shape mech. and other plastics for appearence. One day I will drop it and all that will go to hell but until then I keep on going.


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Thanks Trick. That little tidbit shed a new light on wheelies...Too bad I'm not bringing my bike out anytime soon... :cry3:


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Thanks Trick. That little tidbit shed a new light on wheelies...Too bad I'm not bringing my bike out anytime soon... :cry3:

No problem man just let me know if ya need more help. When the weather breaks we need to get with Stevezx9 and find a secluded spot and just get sick. I can try and show you more things but practice them yourself is way better.


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Hey Trick what type of sliders are you using. I am looking at getting the swingarm sliders from Intuitive


Intuitive is what I have but you can also get the longer ones off of www.stuntlife.com store or check their threads for guys that sell them. I have also heard that you can go to Walmart and get the bicycle trick tubes and rig them up. Those things are long but not that stable. I have frame,case and swingarm sliders on mine and am looking for more protection so if ya have ideas let me know. I need to get bar end sliders too but thats later.


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I put locktight on all mine so it would be a good idea to do it. I have the carbon swingarm sliders on mine because that's all they had at Blalock. If ya need help let me know man.


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what is Blalock? Where is this located? I don't think the swingarm sliders will be to much trouble but the Frame sliders are gonna be a pain. Maybe I can call you when I get them?
Blalock is the dealer in Warrenton I deal with for all my stuff. Check them out. Tell them Scooby sent ya


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That is where I got my bike...they were really cool to deal with.


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