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    tabletop

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    You ever get that thing where you promise Satan he can have your soul a few years earlier if he could grant you the ability to blast mad tabletops?

    Tabletops
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...letop-jump.htm
    Hahah, I'd almost talk to Satan for manual & tabletop myself, too.

    Thanks, that was a great link, and it led me to a few more similar tabletop how-to's (BMX).
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...s-tabletop.htm
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...-table-top.htm
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...bletop=box.htm


    By the way, about tabletop, when people often say to "(1) roll a hand forward around the grip, and (2) tuck it into the opposite armpit"... Is it easier to "roll" a hand if the grip was something like ODI Ruffian than super-sticky ODI Rogue, and if done with no gloves than with super-sticky gloves? (Or do grips/gloves don't matter at all whatsoever, and I just need to relax my death-grip?)

    Thanks,
    - PiroChu

    (EDIT: one more... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_LlG3J1jUQ )
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    Quote Originally Posted by PiroChu
    Hahah, I'd almost talk to Satan for manual & tabletop myself, too.

    Thanks, that was a great link, and it led me to a few more similar tabletop how-to's (BMX).
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...s-tabletop.htm
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...-table-top.htm
    http://www.expertvillage.com/video/2...bletop=box.htm


    By the way, about tabletop, when people often say to "(1) roll a hand forward around the grip, and (2) tuck it into the opposite armpit"... Is it easier to "roll" a hand if the grip was something like ODI Ruffian than super-sticky ODI Rogue, and if done with no gloves than with super-sticky gloves? (Or do grips/gloves don't matter at all whatsoever, and I just need to relax my death-grip?)

    Thanks,
    - PiroChu
    I think it's all about relaxing the death-grip. if it's done right i think there's very little pressure on that inside grip. Another thing someone told that got me that seemed helpful; use the outside leg (the one under the bike in full tabletop position) to "scoop" the bike up. That word "scoop" seemed very descriptive.

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    any one have tip's on how to nose pick stall on quarter's?

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    Check out this trials instruction site.

    http://www.trashzen.com/

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    I didnt see http://www.sportskool.com/sports/bmx on here, theres lots of vids in the BMX section.

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    sportskool is a really good website thanks for posting!

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    Here's my how-to for y'all.

    Requirements - you must be a fat American-born Filipino trying to relive his BMX youth. Purple 26" Eastern Traildigger because 20" bikes hurt your old knees. Have your wife shoot the video because you have no friends.

    1. Approach the incline thing at a slow pace because fast is too scary.
    2. Begin your rotation as you bunnyhop 1/2" off the ground
    3. Spin and rotate off the back wheel
    4. Ride out of the trick and yell at your wife "Did that look okay?"


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    Anyone Know any good sites on PLANNING/DESIGNING Bike Parks?
    Maybe some good books?
    cheers

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    I don't think something like that exists...

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    hey some of the how to videos are not working anymore and being a noob in training I'm interested in them and was hoping someone could upload new ones

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    what are the basics for turning an old mtb into a dj bike? smaller tiers with street tread. can I covert it to single speed?

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    This link has video and text photo how-tos

    Riding Tips - f-bom wiki

    Check them out. There is one on bunnyhopping and another on Dirt Jumping.....both very helpful!

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