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Nice Ross!

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Driving past what used to be the OKI factory, now Film studios, I noticed a very nice line of rocks.

 

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2 minutes ago, Ross McArthur said:

Driving past what used to be the OKI factory, now Film studios, I noticed a very nice line of rocks.

 

Some real smooth jibs in that. Nose manny was nice and the rolling hook tap thing was so smooth. Nice one 

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Cheers dude.

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A like the bouncy manual over lines at the 12 second-mark. 

The beautifully lush grass deserves a mention too.

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2 hours ago, Stephen Morris said:

A like the bouncy manual over lines at the 12 second-mark. 

The beautifully lush grass deserves a mention too.

Only after trying the hook to back wheel on that rock did I realise the line. Why am I using brakes I thought? So pulled it death grip :) 100% harder than actual brakeless as the temptation is always there.

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Getting back into this trials stuff... Broke my cross over hose aswell -_- first time doing that 

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nice flow!

On 7/15/2018 at 3:50 PM, Dan Jones said:

 

 

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On 5/10/2018 at 1:45 AM, Dave Anscombe said:

No music + v brake+smooth style =win ......Make more videos like this man ,love these kid of videos :D reminds me of a guy called felix from back in the day 

you this is refreshing with all the super loud and jerky to front videos out there. Felix still my hero. 

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took the wrong bike to the skatepark. Wasn’t as terrible as I thought :P 

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On 02/09/2018 at 7:41 AM, Ross McArthur said:

Driving past what used to be the OKI factory, now Film studios, I noticed a very nice line of rocks.

 

Made me want one! Suits you

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Filmed at the Roaches, great for trials practice! 

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2 hours ago, Mike Beck said:

Made me want one! Suits you

That's the second time today someone's said that. @Rich Pearson ;) 

Heres more!

 

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Was quite pleased with the side hop in this one. I'll get both wheels on the one side of the plantern next time! I called it side hop onto rail line practice. 

 

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Create a new TF account?

When you do an up to front. You land on your front wheel, swing the back end up and round then lift both wheels and land them both 90 ((reminds me of the way Ben Travis does it) reminds me of a correction hop). Is this something you aim to do or does it just happen? I always try to plant the front wheel, swing the back end round, creep the back tyre over the edge and place it as smoothly as I can, as close to the edge as my front wheel is.

The only time I would use Bens technique, that's what its called now, is if I was pushing my hop limit and having to use the corner of the wall as a pivot point, where my front wheel would struggle to twist that 90 degrees.

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54 minutes ago, Ross McArthur said:

Create a new TF account?

When you do an up to front. You land on your front wheel, swing the back end up and round then lift both wheels and land them both 90 ((reminds me of the way Ben Travis does it) reminds me of a correction hop). Is this something you aim to do or does it just happen? I always try to plant the front wheel, swing the back end round, creep the back tyre over the edge and place it as smoothly as I can, as close to the edge as my front wheel is.

The only time I would use Bens technique, that's what its called now, is if I was pushing my hop limit and having to use the corner of the wall as a pivot point, where my front wheel would struggle to twist that 90 degrees.

I signed up with facebook here on my old account. After changing phone recently, it says that I need to allow TF.co.uk in fb settings. Dindn't manage it. Got bored it didn't work. I created a new account. 

I like learning up to front all the way possible. It's recent to me actually. I remember seeing. some Joe and Ben sideways up to fronts over insta and once the rear wheel is high enough, they do a tiny hop to two. I like the look of it actually. But the point wasn't to do that. It just happened because I got speed after that ET over. I used to up to front slowly so it was the first time I did one this way. I find it easier to get balance after the tiny "hop" than swinging rear wheel with a weird body position . ON/OFF 60% of the time to me this way. To me it doesn't look like a correction hop. It looks kinda cool haha

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