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I agree with these guys. Learn 180s and learn how to control your bike properly. Learn moto whips to get a good feel of how your bike handles
Nah, it looks fresh with orange forks. The photo makes it look bad
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I was considering cutting my old shadow hubguard and trying it out. Cant hurt to try?
Has anybody here cut a section out of their hubguard to run it on the drive side? I've seen that Nathan Williams runs dual BSD Guards, but one looks like it's been cut. Anybody tried this? http://cdn.unitedbikeco.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/nathan_williams_bike_check_mothership_v2_cinema_hubs.jpg ... more »
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Subbed, looks good
I did this when I started riding. Opposite grinds are regular to me now. I can grind both sides and right crank now though :D
I bar opposite too, look at Hoang Tran's he bars opposite too, but his look awkward haha
I do, 2 in the front, either one or two in the rear. Most of my grinds are opposite side, but I still do regular smiths on rough ledges
I'm considering buying this, does anybody run it? I haven't found any reviews so any info will help
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What's the word after vital? I think you might want to look at it.
The difference between sanko and reynolds cromoly steels are that sanko is seamless and reynolds has a seam on the inside where the tubing is welded.
Says the one supporting scooters
Those look so loose
I've ridden chainless has it's ups and downs. Fakie sliders are fun, but then you go to pedal and there's no pedal pressure.