[How-To] disaster in a quarterpipe

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glover

glover

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[How-To] disaster in a quarterpipe post #1
I did not write this HOW TO i just simply copied and pasted from www.bmx-zone.com and though it might help some people on the website.



Trick Description
A disaster on a quarterpipe is a 180, but you land with your front tyre in the transition and your rear tyre on the deck, and then bunnyhop back into the ramp.

HOWTO:
Try to find a nice Ramp you like and also try some basic 180 before to get a feeling for it.
The Ramp should not be too steep.

Head to the jump at the same speed as doing a 180 which would be your own comfortable speed.



Then, you jump out of the ramp and start airing:



In the air you spin your bike 180 degrees, what you should already induce at the jump.



Now it would be the perfect time to add combination-tricks like Barspins, Crankflips etc.

http://www.bmx-zone.com/articlePic.php?id=72[/url]

Time to Start Preparing for landing

[IMG]http://www.bmx-zone.com/articlePic.php?id=73[/url]

Only your front tyre lands in the transition and your rear tyre on the dec.
Your sprocket probably makes a noise when you land - That's ok ;)

[IMG]http://www.bmx-zone.com/articlePic.php?id=74

Nearly finished....
What we still have to do is to get the rear-tyre over the coping back into the ramp.
That's something I can't explain, you can also pratice this part on the street. I'm sure you'll figure out how to this after a very short time.

 
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the bodj

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[How-To] disaster in a quarterpipe post #2
hitting ur sprocket on the coping is def. not a good thing. oh well.
 
Jake Eats Cake

Jake Eats Cake

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[How-To] disaster in a quarterpipe post #3
how to - hang up realy bad
 

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