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Old 04-02-2013, 04:40 PM   #1021
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Originally Posted by Bent_boot42 View Post
In that light... what about this for a faster method around the 180o cone:
pop a big endo/noseWheelie/stoppie as you approach the cone... shift hips so the back end swings around .... drop rear end so you end up facing the other direction and off you go.
You would lose time in braking and you would need to be DAMN GOOD at stoppies but it is possible, no? I know the first response will be for me to try it and time myself ... I will, next weekend (on my trials bike).
When you try it, make sure to post a video of it here We'd love to see how it goes!

Slightly off-topic: I'd love to try my hand with a trials bike! That looks like soooo much fun!
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