Steps Toothpick

Wessel, Nate
November 1999
Ride BMX;Nov99, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p184
Provides steps in using bicycle ramps. Speed similarity of ramp approach with a double-peg stall; Manner of throwing the peg; Process of sticking the front peg onto the coping; Use of the arm in pushing the peg side; Step in coming back in.


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