mtb vs. bmx

Old 02-21-2004, 12:15 AM
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by Jasper
here is a vid of a hang 5...
http://www.bmx-chemnitz.de/Flatland/...rko_hang10.mpg

here are some vids with some asian dudes doing some basic flatland moves (note: crappy quality)
http://www.i-love-bmx.com/practice/basicmove.htm

or check out www.bmxtrix.com
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

i would love to c any of u talking about mountain bikes do a 40 foot drop on a bmx or a 60 mph weelie or a 120 foot endo i have beeten streetbikes endos they werent very good but i was ridding a bike
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by cornfed996
i would love to c any of u talking about mountain bikes do a 40 foot drop on a bmx or a 60 mph weelie or a 120 foot endo i have beeten streetbikes endos they werent very good but i was ridding a bike
ok, first off, learn how to speak and spell correctly!
second, wtf are you talking about?
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great guy. i've talked to terry numerous times on the phone and have exchanged several e-mails. his g/f is sposed to be hott as hell too. lol. he's a great motivator though, and one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. Strange thing is, he reminds me of CBO, except on a pedal bike.
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Jasper, you need to post some pictures of yourself buddy. i want to see what skills you got bro. and list the stuff you are workin on right now - j/c about it.
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

hehe I'm not that of a flatland pimp, for that I really dont spend to much time on the bike I think. I've been riding fot 1,5 year now,
Pics are commin soon, I havent got a digi-cam & I have to find someone to make pics..
but they'll be here soon..
I'm working on:
- hang5's
- fire hydrants
- tailwhips
- switzerland squickers
- pogos
- endos
- dork / peg wheelies
- brakeless endos (tried but failed)
(I pull of some of them most of the time, but I need to get em locked 200%, because if you wanna do em good you gotta now em blindfolded sort of)
do you have any pics Twitch?
whell bye for now..
greetz!
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by Frogger
ok, first off, learn how to speak and spell correctly!
second, wtf are you talking about?

well do u have anything to say about the post or is that it, i cant speel or speak correctly but i can out ride u on a bike anyday thats right phocker anyday
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

altho flatland is ill mad props to that
i could never balence on my big toe standing bacword with my chain ring spining in my a$$

and ur also comparing to entierly difforent sports no mater witch way u look at it i couldent do what the bmx boys are doing and they couldent do what i am doing
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by cornfed996
well do u have anything to say about the post or is that it, i cant speel or speak correctly but i can out ride u on a bike anyday thats right phocker anyday
If you were observant, I'm sure you would've seen my reply on the 1st page of this post
I'm sure you probably outride me too, I'm good, but not that good.
I'm not looking to make enemies, just a suggestion to express yourself clearer, so people can understand you. Peace out,
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

cornfed, what other sport are you talking about? that bike riders couldn't do what you are doing?
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

heya guys , my 2nd post. i ride flatlad, i own a fly micromachine with profile cranks, bizhouse chainring, khe dolan bars, primo grippa seat, primo super tenderiser pedals anb khe lamello flatland tyres. i also ride trials. got a bike worth about 900 quid ive found that both, when combined together help with balance and agility. its cool have to say im better at trials coz ive been doing it longer. a good site for tricks wiith videos is
www.bikeflat.com
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by TwiTchDME
cornfed, what other sport are you talking about? that bike riders couldn't do what you are doing?
at the moment i am doing alot of freeriding and jibing

spent last summer in newzeland and am going to where ever the redbull rampage is this year
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

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heya guys , my 2nd post. i ride flatlad, i own a fly micromachine with profile cranks, bizhouse chainring, khe dolan bars, primo grippa seat, primo super tenderiser pedals anb khe lamello flatland tyres. i also ride trials. got a bike worth about 900 quid ive found that both, when combined together help with balance and agility. its cool have to say im better at trials coz ive been doing it longer. a good site for tricks wiith videos is
www.bikeflat.com
yeah that site is kewl..
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

I raced BMX for years, I loved BMX its a way of life. I have a 24" cruiser bmx bike now and thats a good mix of the two but I got only 1gear :YEAH
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

Originally Posted by Jasper
yeah that site is kewl..
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i change my mind, i like the newer aluminium frame MTB's that are lighter
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I think my bike is almost too light, if there can be such a thing. Giant's ALUXX frame is really nice, really solid, built on XTC racing geometry, but it's so damn light!! The bike in all weighs around 15 pounds, so light that it won't ghostride itself, like, when I ride with no hands, I often have to lean to the left, because the crank, chain, shifters, and rear cassette are all the weight that bike has, are all on the right. lol
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

hehe how about the 15 kg my pony weighs, pretty heavy for a flatland bike.
the hardrock I'm building up right now is really light, its heavy for XC (wich I'm nog gonna do) but I think its pretty light for dirt-jump or freeride..
(i hope so)
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Re: mtb vs. bmx

i bought this pimped out Pacific "challenger" from K Mart before they went out of business. ive been on this badass bike for about a year now and i can do some mad wheelies up to 25ft. ive been trying the trails here at Cameron Park and i see wetback riding bmx bikes and i challeneged one to race down this long road that is steap and i kicked his ***. my Pacific may not be the best out their but for hte price i can fly and could trick out anybody on a stupid bmx bike.
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