Jack Heard

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Jack Heard last won the day on October 9 2016

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About Jack Heard

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    Trials Monkey
  • Birthday 12/10/00

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    Male
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    2 wheels
  • Location
    Seaside

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  • County (UK Only)
    East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Real Name
    Jack heard
  • Bike Ridden
    24"
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    Arcade, spank, Magura, hope
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  1. Having a ride in Scarborough North Yorkshire this Friday. Anyone on any kind of trials bike is welcome. Saddles or no saddles hopefully see some of you there
  2. I thought that but didn't want to turn up and them to take items out of my bag such as track pumps etc. I've got a cheap bike bag so hopefully all will be good. I did... apologise G man haha
  3. Do you live in Barcelona and ride trials? It would be great to meet the locals!!
  4. Thank you for your advice, I agree that it's part of the fun finding the locations and spots. I just wanted to grasp a bearing of where to look for the more famously ridden ones. I really hope you escape america as it seems from that sentence, you don't like it at all! And Italy would mean beautiful weather to ride your bike. Good luck to you too
  5. Hello, Traveling to Barcelona at the end of February for 4 days and the bike is coming along too! I would just like to know first, some advice for flying. I've got a bike bag but can't figure out from "googleing" what I am aloud to bring in the bag as in tools etc. also, where are the spots. Does anybody know the location names of some of them or is it just turn up and try find them? Any other advice would be appreciated this is my first trip abroad with my bike. Thank you, Jack
  6. Hello, Traveling to Barcelona at the end of February for 4 days and the bike is coming along too! I would just like to know first, some advice for flying. I've got a bike bag but can't figure out from "googleing" what I am aloud to bring in the bag as in tools etc. also, where are the spots. Does anybody know the location names of some of them or is it just turn up and try find them? Any other advice would be appreciated this is my first trip abroad with my bike. Thank you, Jack
  7. I ride mostly skatepark so in terms of pressure im a little higher than ali. 45 minimum really. In the latest tubless vlog ali made he put the pressures down to 30psi and it still worked great - worth a look on his youtube. For the tape i probably went a little wide but its seemed to work. Ran it completly from rim edge to rim edge making sure i had stuck it to the metal as tightly as possible. Presta isnt as accesable as shrada valves but you can get an adaptor and put it in your pocket - fashioning one might be difficult to make it air tight.
  8. Surprisingly when i went to the bike this morning it was still fully inflated no tubeless liquid anywhere (could be because the tyres are like 3 months old). So looks like its gone well. Went for the first ride this afternoon and it feels completely different to before but i like it. Makes the bike feel very nimbal. As for the foam it was very time consuming cutting it so next time will leave it if its worked for you! Thanks for the advice
  9. After watching Ali clarkson's second vlog showing how impressive the tubless system is I decided to get the supplies ordered to give it a test myself. Watched his previous video showing how he converted it and got to work. Supplies: orange seal tubeless liquid £15 closed cell foam 1 metre X 1 metre (could do 4 more wheels with the remainder of the foam) £18 gorrilla tape (used as rim tape) £6 and tubless valves £5 so for a total cost of £44 I have reproduced the system used and tested by Ali and couldn't be happier. Here are some of the steps in photos: although I need to wait until the morning to see if my tyres are still inflated so far I'm very chuffed with how simple it was to convert. Thought I'd write this to nudge anyone on the edge of trying it themselves. So far so good and would insist that you give it a go. I'll keep this updated too in case anything happens
  10. I'm only 16 I can't get a car
  11. Majority of the time they're riding MTB at local Forrest. The rest of it they end up damaging property or causing issues for people and not riding so tend to stay away now (just to keep out of trouble). Frankies in hull but not sure if he has his bike. I'm free every Sunday for rides. So whenever your free
  12. Had a group of us at one point but I'm the only one left still riding trials. Anybody in or around Hull, York, Bridlington, Scarborough or even near them fancy a ride?
  13. I'm running 55/60 psi though with riding skatepark the majority of the time. I don't want to change tyres but I hate the feel of them when riding when they deform. After doing what you said @Dman they seemed a slight bit better but just gonna have to do it a few more times until I get it spot on.
  14. That's what I'm on. Race33's it's happened on other rims too. Thanks. I'll just keep playing around with them. It's just annoying when riding
  15. Will general soap work? I struggle to get it to "pop" on? What sort of pressure am I to be pumping into it?