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  • #31
    Originally posted by gohabsgo333 View Post
    lars i challenge you to quad one handed
    +1

    Maxime, challenge you to flip-thunderflip
    Last edited by EliB; 2012-04-15, 04:03 PM.
    Passionate flatland unicyclist from Pennsylvania in the US.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by EliB View Post
      +1

      Maxime, challenge you to flip-thunderflip
      Eli, I challenge you to find me a new seatpost
      max

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      • #33
        Maxime. thats impossible at the moment i'm just getting one handed triples...lol I'll take up flip-underflip?
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        • #34
          Challenge requested? Give me something to try.
          "Two hundred years of American technology have unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the minds of eleven-year-olds that could see that potential"
          -Craig Stecyk

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          • #35
            Can someone give me a combo or something? If I do manage to land fifths I'll save the footy for a big video, plus I'm not that close lol

            Originally posted by cyco View Post
            Challenge requested? Give me something to try.
            Would be sick if you got your fulloutbackside completely no handed I dunno if that's too hard though...
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            • #36
              Kinda forgot about those for a while. Challenge accepted!
              "Two hundred years of American technology have unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the minds of eleven-year-olds that could see that potential"
              -Craig Stecyk

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Julia B View Post
                Do a backroll mount Aaron.
                Done

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                • #38
                  haha this sounds pretty interesting!

                  Im down for something
                  TEAM FUN

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                  • #39
                    Me too !

                    Jacob, do a 180 on a 9+ set.
                    Québec's Unicycling Community : Monotréal

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Hugo_Duguay View Post
                      Me too !

                      Jacob, do a 180 on a 9+ set.
                      Ive done a 7 set before! Im not gonna try to 180 9 right though, my ankle still isnt 100% back to normal yet

                      But I got one for us Hugo... how about jump UP a 7 set? A legit street 7 set, not a park one
                      TEAM FUN

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                      • #41
                        Challenge accepted !
                        Québec's Unicycling Community : Monotréal

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by hugo_duguay View Post
                          challenge accepted !
                          boom!
                          TEAM FUN

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                          • #43
                            I just realized something : the hardest part for such a challenge is to find the right 7 set. I found a super narrow 6.5 set with a crappy run up and a decent 7, but with sharp stair edges (= flat tire or flat spot).

                            Pfff...
                            Québec's Unicycling Community : Monotréal

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Hugo_Duguay View Post
                              I just realized something : the hardest part for such a challenge is to find the right 7 set. I found a super narrow 6.5 set with a crappy run up and a decent 7, but with sharp stair edges (= flat tire or flat spot).

                              Pfff...
                              haha dood that is the hardest part about street! You get a brilliant idea but then you have to find a place that has all you want. Ive got two 7 sets, one is low but super long then the other is just a normal 7. Its crazy hard to get to that top step
                              TEAM FUN

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                              • #45
                                That's one of the reasons why I love living in a big city, spots present themselves to us, and "all" we have to do is find a line to do there. I guess it's simply another type of creativity that is involved.

                                Did you have the opportunity to try it yet ? I came to the conclusion that with the two 7 sets close to my place, it won't be possible.
                                Québec's Unicycling Community : Monotréal

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