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post #1 of 10 Old 01-03-2015, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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rolling burnouts at higher speeds

so I been riding for some time and I recently decided to learn how to do rolling burnouts. I got them down first try but my question is doing them at higher speeds. can you do them in second gear or gotta be in first. reson im asking is because a ton of snow dumped on us and I cant go try it lol. thanks
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post #2 of 10 Old 01-03-2015, 10:57 PM
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If you got a ton of snow you should be able to do rolling burnouts in 6th.

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post #4 of 10 Old 03-01-2015, 08:52 PM
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yes you can do them in second as well. just get yourself going about 10 mph quicker than you normally would go and give her a little more gas when youre trying to break loose. your back end will be wanting to slide all around a little more though so keep that in mind. take it slow when youre learning and thatll be the quickest way to get it down without hurting yourself or anyone around you
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As a track rider who values tires I don't do shit like that but the guys I know that can, they will stand up on the bike and try to transfer as much weight as possible onto the front of the bike. This obviously puts less weight on the rear tire allowing it to spin more freely.
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you can go to a bike shop and a lot of times they will throw out good tires that have got a nail or something of that sort. you can plug and patch it yourself and get it on your bike. that way you have an unlimited supply of tires. as a stunter. you find ways
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you can go to a bike shop and a lot of times they will throw out good tires that have got a nail or something of that sort. you can plug and patch it yourself and get it on your bike. that way you have an unlimited supply of tires. as a stunter. you find ways
Or even hit up your track heads. They are usually more likely to wear the sides out faster then the middle. There's a few of us in San diego that donate our track tires to stunters to practice with (me personally, only the ones that practice in lots, not street)

With tire disposal fees and that you can't really throw them in the trash, most peeps are happy for someone to take them off their hands.
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you can go to a bike shop and a lot of times they will throw out good tires that have got a nail or something of that sort. you can plug and patch it yourself and get it on your bike. that way you have an unlimited supply of tires. as a stunter. you find ways
Thats how i get most of mine lol
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