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There's some scary info in here. lol

Hey guys. . .This "stunting" section is a little scary Lots of random questions/facts in here that aren't necessarily true or accurate. Im giving my 2 cents on this subject to try and help out the new guys to the stunt world.

First off: There is no way to explain to someone how to properly do a wheelie. It's different for everyone/everybike. Some standards remain the same but if you really want to learn - I suggest finding someone to ride with that already knows/and is GOOD(not a squid) at stunting to learn it from.

Second: If you own a nice bike and are NOT a dedicated stunter but want to learn a few "tricks" to impress your buddies/and or random people - DONT! If you truly want to learn - you need a bike that you can be ok with breaking in a million pieces and trashing to hell because that is what happens when you learn how to properly stunt. Best starter bike? F4I(my opinion). I started on a crappy F3. Current Bike = Ninja 636

Third: You will probably spend every other day breaking and fixing your bike. So get used to loving Zip-ties because they are your best friend.

Fourth: Im going to use this thread to learn how to embed my pictures so lets see if I can do this. . .

I posted this in the media section but... might as well throw it on here as well: Quick clip of me few weekends ago with my "training" day video shoot with Smartie Computers. Enjoy

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