Aug 31, 2017

Bunny up to candy foot and testicles

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Yes it is definitely going to be the next big move. Takes true grit and balls of steel to lean. Approach the object (in this case it was a sizable stump) follow the traditional wrong foot forward to initiate the front wheel lift about 1 bike length away from the target. As the candy foot comes around punch a good kick aiming to land the rear tire on the object. during the trip up take the wrong foot off the pedal and stick it out to the side in a fashionable but not flowery way and keep it there. This should bring the rear wheel to land upon the target whilst you have your brake applied candy foot forward, wrong foot out to the side and your weight centered and balance true. So here is the final move. When you release the brake you will have no choice but for the candy foot to proceed from the 3 o'clock position to the 9 o'clock position propelling you off the object. The landing will be candy foot down testicles against the top of your headset wrong foot still free.

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