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    Help on one foot table top

    i was wondering if any riders knew how to do a one foot tabletop,whenever i do i can easily take my foot off but when ever i try to do a tabletop i seem to always do a whip... does anyone have any tips on how to perfect this trick?
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    learn how to do a table first. Just push the handlebars to your left or right (Whichever feels better) and pull your legs up. Once you have it down, just take one foot off. Taking the foot off is easy becuase your foot will already want to be coming off due to the angle that your legs are bent at.
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    [QUOTE=MTBSully]learn how to do a table first. Just push the handlebars to your left or right (Whichever feels better) and pull your legs up. Once you have it down, just take one foot off. Taking the foot off is easy becuase your foot will already want to be coming off due to the angle that your legs are bent at.[/QUOTE


    you table best if you push down on the bike towards the side that your foot is in back. so if you ride with your left foot back, table to the left. i read that in lopes book and is true for me, i can somewhat table the other way, but goin the way my foot is back is way easier and i can get it nice and flat, even though it seems like i would be more comfortable going the other way...
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    To tip the bike over, drop the shoulder to the side that you want to tabletop. Let it go loose. It'll help you flatten out the bike even more.

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    garlic is damn fine stuff...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scabrider
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    The trick to one footy tables is to do a regular table top then hit your rear brake hard when your frame starts to come up , the momentum from you hitting the brakes will toos the bike up and much more flat than a normal table , you can also use this force to ease your inside foot off and kick that shizzz out for all to see homie !
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    i still don't remember posting this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scabrider
    i was wondering if any riders knew how to do a one foot tabletop.........
    if you can't jump a one foot tabletop, you aren't pulling up hard enough.......


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    i know i didn't post this because there is no "..." at the end...
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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    if you can't jump a one foot tabletop, you aren't pulling up hard enough.......
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