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http://instagram.com/p/dPZ3USMEH4 Did that to a friend last year, there's a vid
Yeah suppose that could happen, never known it tho, :p, learnt bars both ways like that, helped loads, once you get halfbars caught in the air decently, then when you throw full bars it should come within a couple go's
You tried half bars before? They're easier to commit to and easier to land, might help build the confidence for full bars :p
They kinda feel like a different trick, like when you're trying half bars if you purposely do a half bar and dont just accidently do them, then you should be fine, You're much more likely to land a half bar than a bar, and if you stay on the bike and ... more »
First off just practise the motion of jut spinning the bars quick and catching them, have that dialled and do it everywhere. Then if youre gonna learn it hop, just manual half bars, get them dialled, manual full bars, get them dialled. Hop halfs, get ... more »
Sunday and Odyssey are kind of the same company, therefore Sunday make them. Like how Subrosa and Shadow are the same, but Shadow don't make frames, only Subrosa do
http://www.sundaybikes.com/catalog/completes/pro/gary-young-pro/ like said above, they're on this, the whole bike is that colour :p
It's pretty unlikely they'll snap to be fair , And I'm not sure titanium is stronger than Cromo (What your bolts will be made from) , but that it just has a better weight to strength ratio :p
Female bolts are better for running pegs afaik, Don't worry about them snapping you should be fine
If you mean the brake mounts, You'll be fine cutting them off, You'll probably be left with a hole but that doesn't matter, a lot of frames have removable mounts, and when they're removed there is just a hole, so you will be fine.
Damn, I'd keep trying it though if I were you, will make 'em alot easier, and you'll need to turn your head for 360's when you decide to learn those
Try turn your head more and spot the landing before you land maybe, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74lSN6byp4w See how he's already looking at 180 before he's left the ground
Depends on your height, I'm 6'3 and they don't feel all that big, and ride great, but do make every other bar feel small
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This is so sick, only thing I'd change is the sprocket.