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    What the Huck?

    Just got a quick question. What is hucking. I hear the term everywhere. I know it has to do with a drop or something like that. Sorry if its been posted before but I did a search and couldn't find exactly what it is. Thanks

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    Burger King thinks it has to do with chicken suits and ramps, but to huck something is to drop something.

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    The Hucking Chicken is the essence of "huck".
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    Gotta love UrbanDictionary.com

    Huck

    1. In Mountain Biking terms to jump off/drop from a hight to flat land a large 'drop off'
    2. To Jump of something unaware of the consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHNIPE
    2. To Jump of something unaware of the consequences.
    See that definition came from someone who does not ride. MOST "huckers" are VERY AWARE of the consequences. That probably constitutes the main reason as to why people do huck.
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    ^^ cant argue with that... well except for the ones that end up with the vids of their wrecks posted on the internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHNIPE
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    Huck

    to flat land a large 'drop off'
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    Who writes this stuff?

    The term "huck" has been around for years in the skiing scene. Think of Greg Schmidt or Glen Plake as the original huckers.

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    hucking exists in many forms, its common in ww kayaking too. see link for definition.
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    "Huck"

    1. To carry along a bag full of rocks when on a bicycle and hurl them at cars when they get too close. That mofo was like two inches from me, so I hucked a few rocks at him and put a dent in his side panel.

    2. To vomit profusely at the top of a long climb. Joey and I did this monster climb that gained 2000' in two miles; at the top, I hucked my breakfast.

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    This is starting to be a "Define All Mountain Hucking" thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jutt77
    Who writes this stuff?

    The term "huck" has been around for years in the skiing scene. Think of Greg Schmidt or Glen Plake as the original huckers.
    Maybe you meant Scot Schmidt ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jutt77
    Who writes this stuff?

    The term "huck" has been around for years in the skiing scene. Think of Greg Schmidt or Glen Plake as the original huckers.
    Um... you mean Scot Schmidt?

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