View Single Post
Old 01-09-2013, 12:52 PM   #8
Bent_boot42
Adventurer
 
Bent_boot42's Avatar
 
Joined: Jun 2011
Location: Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Oddometer: 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sting32 View Post
The trick is you haven't learned how to hop the rear wheel up over or almost over the log. it's called "unloading the rear wheel". It's something that you might want to practice when it's not slippery, but the idea is to get all your weight off of the rear wheel before it hits the log, and actually do a bunnyhop over the log as much as you possibly can. It still may slip so what I usually do is pull clutch in some, at the same time I'm jumpin ( in the act of it) so that it doesn't have full power to the rear wheel, then it ( the rear tire ) can kind of grip.
+1

Unloading or un-weighting the rear wheel is the way to go... not easy though.
Bent_boot42 is offline   Reply With Quote