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7/19/2013 1:07 PM

whats the difference between a hard 180 and a regular 180 i always see it games of bike , they ushually do hard 180s of feebles or smiths , but it looks the same as a regular 180 off something

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7/19/2013 1:08 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/19/2013 1:10 PM

I dunno I don't grind but I'm pretty sure it's when you spin opposite what you're grinding on like an opposite spin out of a grind.

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7/19/2013 1:09 PM

Hard 180 is away from the ledge, easy 180 is towards the left. You do both out of the grind but a hard 180 is as it's name suggests, hard. Say you grind on the left side, an easy 180 would be to spin out to the left, a hard 180 would be to spin out to the right, away from the ledge

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7/19/2013 1:13 PM

sundaybmxRR wrote:

Hard 180 is away from the ledge, easy 180 is towards the left. You do both out of the grind but a hard 180 is as it's name suggests, hard. Say you grind on the left side, an easy 180 would be to spin out to the left, a hard 180 would be to spin out to the right, away from the ledge

This. Hard 180 is called hard cause your tire will drag along the edge of the ledge making the spin harder if not done right where as the easy 180 has no drag involved

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