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    • freewheel wont make a huge difference, as long as your chain has an alright tension. it really is a case of exaggerated movements, compress more before you take off, tuck more in the air, and one thing i found is that dont pull your brake until just before the wheel lands- when the wheel is locked its hard to move the bike around in the air with your legs, with it unlocked you can tuck and extend more to make the gap.    and also, hard to explain, but if you take off with the mindset of jumping further than the gap actually is, when you land it you feel further over the bike and dont have the "im leaning back too far, i have to jump off backwards" thing.  you could also turn your bike, dont take off dead straight- if youre right foot forward, when youre on the back wheel on the takeoff, turn the bike to the right a little bit so you take off slightly sideways. gives you more room to manoeuvre.  
    • Yank tank went up on a friend's 4 post a few nights ago, very impressed with it underneath absolutely no rot on the underside. Some surface rust that'll come up good with a few hours and a wire wheel but other then that great. Seems like it's had a full service a few years ago with new ball joints, shocks and wheel bearings which is nice. Needs a new universal joint on the back of the prop but local motor factors actually stocked one so fitting that tonight. 3 inch lowering block and air Can't wait for winter to strip the back end down and get everything painted up and rebuilt. I know it's solid but it does look shitty.
    • Short edit from lost clips after Eurotrip from Ukraine to Paris on my Smart Fortwo back in 2015. 25 days, 7000km and 4 countries. I'm eager to make this happen again. Hope you enjoy watching. Great thanks to https://www.instagram.com/looking4satori/ for editing.  
    • All ready to ride , middleburn cranks and chain fitted plus front cable routed through forks 
    • last night went street riding on my onza t-pro. it has a tensile 60click freewheel.  found a gap just over 6ft but i just couldnt seem to get it across. i would hit it but not enuff to stay on it. now is there away of getting bike to go further ( i know more lower front and pull hard ment to help ) that i can try. also wud going to a 72 click or even a 108 click freewheel help out loads more. any advice wud be great.