List of Bmx tricks you can give a try if your looking for something new. All the tricks are standard street tricks
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Here are 5 easy Bmx tricks you can learn as a beginner! Comment Which ones you learned! Thanks for watching, Click that SUBSCRIBE button for more content. My Instagram: @Chrisharikianbmx Snapchat: Chriscross98
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Decided to make a trick compilation for beginners and intermediate level riders, these are less then 1/4 of the stuff i can do flat so there will be many more trick vids as i improve. Hope you guys get some good ideas and if you want to learn any of these tricks leave a comment and i will make a tutorial. Thanks for watching!
next video: https://youtu.be/YWTzU6KhDT0 This is my SE Everyday, which I picked up a few days ago at a bike shop. It’s a solid entry level BMX bike, which costs around $300. This likely puts me in the same situation as you, whether you’re hopping on a BMX for the first time, or picking up the sport again after years of hiatus. Let’s take a look at my SE. Notice the steel frame, the heavy duty 3-piece crank, the compact drivetrain, and the two-piece handlebars. These are the features you’ll find on almost ANY decent BMX bike today, but there are lots of other parts of the setup to consider, like brakes vs no-brakes, pegs, how many pegs, etc. We’ll get into all of that stuff later on, but right now all you need to know is that a good BMX will be really heavy duty. This is because even the best BMX riders fail over and over and over again until they pull a new trick. Here’s me when I was like 16 years old. See? I didn’t even check the bike to see if it was okay. In BMX, if you aren’t falling, you aren’t progressing, period. This isn’t to say you’ll always get hurt when you fall. In fact, learning to fall properly is something that comes with practice, but the main point is that you won’t have time to worry about your bike when you’re on a collision course with the ground. We will be touching on some of the finer points of falling in this series. It’s been a few days since I bought my SE, and I’m starting to get used to it. At first I was looping out like crazy on manuals and bunny hops, but now the bike is starting to feel somewhat normal to me. It feels awesome to ride some street again. Compared to a mountain bike or even a trials bike, it feels really stiff, and twitchy, all in a good way though. Even if you haven’t started to learn tricks yet, it’s important to get a lot of riding time in on your new bmx just so you can get a feel for the geometry, the steering, and the overall ride. We’re going to start with basic techniques like manuals and bunny hops, and then we’ll learn how to not die at the skatepark. Then we’ll learn how to fly. Finally, we’ll move on to intermediate skills like 360’s, wall rides, and combos. All of this stuff is fully attainable in your first year of BMX, as long as you’re in good shape and can put in the riding time. In the next video, we’ll learn about BMX maintenance, what tools to use, and some of the things you’ll need to adjust as you ride your new BMX. Thanks for riding with me today, and I’ll see you next time. Here’s the bike from this series: http://amzn.to/1Yb4fcx Check out the bar I 180’ed the keg in: https://www.facebook.com/twoandwhatever
bmx tricks for those who cant 180 and are getting bored of biking. we all went through that so im bringing back some small tricks you could try
In, this video, I explain how to do a few beginner Bmx tricks for people that are just starting out. I recommend watching this video if you just got your bike, or are just getting into bmx. These tricks are pretty easy and intuitive. I hope this video helps, please subscribe and follow the Instagram @CF3BMX. BUNNY HOP TUTORIAL https://youtu.be/Hqg_FX4bZ2s
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