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Old 2008-02-27, 06:06 AM   #46
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Has anyone tried to do a flip out of stand up ww?


I've been thinkin of this trick for a while but always forget to post it when I'm online.
Funny that you mentioo that, cause i landed that i think it was sunday. As far as i know, i was the first, tho i wouldnt at all be surprised if it was done before.
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Old 2008-02-27, 01:46 PM   #47
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Has anyone tried to do a flip out of stand up ww?


I've been thinkin of this trick for a while but always forget to post it when I'm online.
justin abott kinda did that in his bay session video, it was the bay flip thing....
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Old 2008-02-27, 03:43 PM   #48
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justin abott kinda did that in his bay session video, it was the bay flip thing....
I also did that prior to seeing that video. However, it isn't much like a flip from stand up, feels completely different and your feet are in a completely different position.
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Old 2008-03-01, 03:14 PM   #49
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Inward rolling wrap? did somebody already did that? (I guess so if people do inward varial roll) but here it is anyway:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHWxDOxbm3k

P.S. at 0:38 I do a normal rolling wrap to show the difference.
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Old 2008-03-01, 04:53 PM   #50
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Inward rolling wrap? did somebody already did that? (I guess so if people do inward varial roll) but here it is anyway:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHWxDOxbm3k

P.S. at 0:38 I do a normal rolling wrap to show the difference.
nice...it has potentional for some sick combos. yay the snow is melting that means ill get to ride today!
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Old 2008-03-01, 05:33 PM   #51
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Can anyone explain me how i can best learn flatland tricks.
Or have anyone tips for me?
Where must i set my feet on the cranks?
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Old 2008-03-01, 07:36 PM   #52
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Can anyone explain me how i can best learn flatland tricks.
Or have anyone tips for me?
Where must i set my feet on the cranks?

I'm not much of a flat expert, but rolling wraps, and legwraps I do know, so maybe I can help ya out.

Practise is really the only thing that helped me learn, cause I taught myself what I was doing wrong, and how I could gain more balance through trial and error.

Set your feet up on the cranks where it feels most comfortable to you. But I must say, that when the wheel rolls while your foot is on the cranks, it doesn't help that much to roll on your heel. At least not to me. I roll with the very back of the ball of my foot on the crank, and let the wheel roll before putting my foot on the pedal.

Not sure if that helps though.
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Old 2008-03-01, 09:25 PM   #53
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http://www.unicyclist.com/index.php?..._itemId=563522

heres a clip of me beating Emile to this combo today haha maybe next time dude


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Old 2008-03-01, 09:27 PM   #54
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heres a clip of me beating Emile to this combo today haha maybe next time dude
psshhhhh, I had almost got it . But you totally owned me on the other combo.

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Old 2008-03-02, 01:37 AM   #55
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I just thought of a seriously easy little trick that adds a lot of flair to any flat trick.. Hehe.. You guys will just have to wait.

Its probably been done before, but i've never seen it done, other that when heaton did it once.. But he didn't do it with a flat trick. "what's he talking about?" you might ask? I'll put it up in a vid i'm making. I have to wait for my computer to come back, cause the stupid toshiba people didn't fix it the first time I sent in for repair.










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Old 2008-03-02, 02:21 AM   #56
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I just thought of a seriously easy little trick that adds a lot of flair to any flat trick.. Hehe.. You guys will just have to wait.

Its probably been done before, but i've never seen it done, other that when heaton did it once.. But he didn't do it with a flat trick. "what's he talking about?" you might ask?
Grabbing your foot?

new flat vid monday.
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Old 2008-03-02, 03:15 AM   #57
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Grabbing your foot?

new flat vid monday.

CRAP!

You were all over that one.. and yes.. I filmed myself incorperating that into a rolling wrap, and it looks pretty stylish.
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I can do siderolls, but can someone please exlain the difference between an inside- and an outsideroll for me? A videolink would maybe be helpfull.
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I can do siderolls, but can someone please exlain the difference between an inside- and an outsideroll for me? A videolink would maybe be helpfull.
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Inside roll is when you place the inside of your foot on the crank (when it touches the frame). The inside roll is pretty much the same of a backroll, instead your more sideways when doing the inside roll.[
URL="http://www.vimeo.com/739439"]Inside roll on Youtube[/URL]

Outside rol, obiviously, is when you place the outside of your foot on the crank (when it touches the frame)
Outside roll on Youtube

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Inside roll is when you place the inside of your foot on the crank (when it touches the frame). The inside roll is pretty much the same of a backroll, instead your more sideways when doing the inside roll.[
Inside roll on Vimeo (Look at 0:43)

Outside rol, obiviously, is when you place the outside of your foot on the crank (when it touches the frame)
Outside roll on Youtube
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