JD_MXRacer

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i can almost do them. i started off just going off a small jump onto flat ground and just practiced getting the leg over. i would land on one leg on the foot peg. after i could do that smoothly i moved up to a jump and tried it. i landed sitting on my leg a couple of times but its not too hard.
 

Okiewan

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Work on corners instead.... it draws more chicks.
 

J-man

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i have only done one and i just had a huge adrenaline rush so i hit it in fourth swung the leg across and quickly brout it back.
 

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Eric Sorby's Nac Nac at Las Vegas last year during the LCQ was awesome.
 

JD_MXRacer

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Okiewan said:
Work on corners instead.... it draws more chicks.

that becomes true when the fast cornering wins you races. i agree do that first. i did it when i first got my bike and was just messin around. now i rarely do tricks except for no handers across the finish line when i win! :nener:
 

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Douglas777 said:
:worship: I feel like I have cornering down.

I just want a a good kodak moment!

i know how you feel. when i first got my bike i would try tricks a lot until i went to the practice track of this guy who used to race professional. he helped me a lot. everytime i would do a trick he would stop me and asked me when am i going to pass a guy or get a speed burst doing that in a race. so i stopped.

o by the way the guy i trained with is coming back to professional racing. he was out with a knee injury. his name is chase whitton. he races a kxf450. is there a race at las vegas or somewhere in march? thats when i heard his first race will be, i could be wrong though.
 

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Okiewan said:
Work on corners instead.... it draws more chicks.

I found a chick in a corner, under a tree at DW once, now I'm married to her, does that count? :laugh:
 

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I'm 24, started riding when I was 9. I am fast, but not flashy. I just want something more challenging to do when just "playing" around at the track.
 
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