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12/29/2008 6:05 PM

explain.

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12/29/2008 6:06 PM

How to do it?

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12/29/2008 6:07 PM

you catch your back peg and your pedal on the ledge
and grind
look it on youtube or viemo or something
i cand give a good discription

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12/29/2008 6:07 PM

i looked on youtube couldnt find anything. i dont know what they are or how to do them.

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12/29/2008 6:13 PM

i found a video. is this correct. your front foot and back peg grind and your front peg is below the ledge?

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12/29/2008 6:14 PM

ok cool. thanks.

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12/29/2008 6:16 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/14/2016 6:01 PM

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12/29/2008 6:38 PM

yeah crazymaazy thats the one i watched.

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12/30/2008 6:07 AM

LUC-E - John Englebert III. Factory STANDARD rider who always rode yellow bikes.
It started out with just using the back peg, but then he started to grind the pedal with it.
The grind is named after his nickname. Good luck learning them, they're a pain.
Its' easier to learn a Luc-e stall on a quarter first.

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63 ARMY - AMERICAN MADE

12/30/2008 6:56 AM

125ARMY wrote:

LUC-E - John Englebert III. Factory STANDARD rider who always rode yellow bikes.
It started out with just using the back peg, but then he started to grind the pedal with it.
The grind is named after his nickname. Good luck learning them, they're a pain.
Its' easier to learn a Luc-e stall on a quarter first.

Could not have said it better...

Back peg slides, pedal slides, and front pegs dips. If you go at it like a double peg, then turn your front wheel some, so the peg misses, and drop to your pedal its pretty easy.

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