Help with g-turns?

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4/15/2013 5:32 AM

I need help with g-turns, I can get it halfway and that's it, also I need help landing 180s I can't I my foot down.

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4/15/2013 4:03 PM

I can't do them, I havn't tried, but what might help is if you pretend to be seth k and just do it.

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4/15/2013 4:31 PM

For g turns just lean forward, lock your arms, and hop out at 270. Gotta find your sweet spot though. They are a pain

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4/15/2013 4:58 PM

Try doing g turns a lil faster. Put most of ur weight on the bars until u turn around then pull back. Takes some getting used to but theyre alot of fun once u got em down

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4/15/2013 8:09 PM

i always land all weird cause i hate leaning too much over the bars. It makes a loud metal noise after i land which means i untrued my rim a bit. HAppened just today with me doing a few g-turns.

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4/15/2013 8:18 PM

I can 180 perfect every time but i can't turn around!!!! Fuck it's so annoying i can do it slow and turn around and keep on going but going fast.. There is no way it's happening.

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4/16/2013 4:19 AM

wnb85 wrote:

Try doing g turns a lil faster. Put most of ur weight on the bars until u turn around then pull back. Takes some getting used to but theyre alot of fun once u got em down

did you learn them flat or off something? and you mean lean over the bars till like 180ish then pull it back and round sorta thing? can never get past 270 sad

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4/16/2013 5:08 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/16/2013 5:09 AM

I'm learning these at the minute, I ain't got em on flat yet but I'm gettin close, this is what I do.

Like said above when you got the back end round about 270 you need to fakie nollie the last 90, at 270 you should be traveling backward still on ya front wheel then just keep leaning forward and nollie turn ya bars tuck ya knees and ya done, don't lean back at all while you fakie nollie it don't work, you wanna land both tires, try and stay over ya bars otherwise the back end drops, its all upper body till 270, after that the axis kinda changes and you gotta use everything you got.

It's also a lot easier off a curb, I can do em that way, just not on flat yet. Keep trying dude and good luck with em, there's a lot going on so unless you get all the motions down in one smooth move it ain't gunner happen.

Good luck

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4/16/2013 7:52 AM

The best tip that I have for you is to use your back leg(specifically your calves). Press it up against your seat and push-out when you push forward and carve or turn. Not only does it help you get used to turning the bike, but it also makes you feel more balanced. I don't do it anymore for my g-turns, but I always tell it to people who are trying to dial the trick.

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4/16/2013 9:09 AM

Ghanks

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Blue and gold white and green swag boi

4/16/2013 10:28 AM

One thing I noticed is that some people scared to go over the bars so they don't actually go for it just make sure your not sared to go over the bars, and try carving a little before you start the g turn it helps when your learning them.

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4/16/2013 1:54 PM

Just get the feel of going over your bars and spin, I learned them in a 30 minutes.
If you want to do them over pyramids and stuff like this spin more than 180 so you are already fakieng out because it's harder to control a fakie while riding really fats backwards.

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4/16/2013 6:02 PM

Thank guys

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4/16/2013 8:30 PM

FXAudioRage wrote:

The best tip that I have for you is to use your back leg(specifically your calves). Press it up against your seat and push-out when you push forward and carve or turn. Not only does it help you get used to turning the bike, but it also makes you feel more balanced. I don't do it anymore for my g-turns, but I always tell it to people who are trying to dial the trick.

I definitely never find spin tricks helpful when I gotta push with my left foot and I spin left cause I'm goofy-footed. Just doesn't work the right way it should..

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4/16/2013 8:41 PM

isnowyaznV2 wrote:

I definitely never find spin tricks helpful when I gotta push with my left foot and I spin left cause I'm goofy-footed. Just doesn't work the right way it should..

Damn, sounds like a pain.

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4/16/2013 10:30 PM

I got five bucks that says no one in this thread can actually g-turn. rock walk maybe, but not g-turn.

if you're not rolling backwards for a distance on your front wheel, it's not a g-turn.

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4/17/2013 12:54 AM

pnj wrote:

I got five bucks that says no one in this thread can actually g-turn. rock walk maybe, but not g-turn.

if you're not rolling backwards for a distance on your front wheel, it's not a g-turn.

Read my post...clearly I ain't talking bout a rockwalk

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