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TOMAHAWK

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This is not an easy trick to do... It is, in fact, the ONLY trick in these how-to's that your friendly neighborhood webmaster can't do yet.  So this description will probably be rewritten later on when I have the trick fully dialed... But in all honesty- I'm not working on them to hard.  There will be another person that will be giving some input on this trick soon so watch for revisions.

Anyway- this trick can be damn hard to do.  But it is also HIGHLY linkable when you are into a lot of front wheel tricks.  People like Chad Degroot use this trick all the time in their runs.  Trevor Meyer makes use of this trick as he works his way all over the front wheel.  It is VERY useful in barflip tricks where you jump and flip the bars in the middle of pinky squeaks or freak squeaks and land in a tomahawk and then continue on to funky chickens, or steamrollers, or some other crazy front wheel trick.

You MUST know fire-hydrants first and you are going to need a way to ride out- The way described in this how-to uses a funky chicken...

EASY!

HA!  As stated- this is one of the most difficult tricks out there right now.  There are combination tricks, and truly 'pro only' tricks that really are much more difficult.  But the balance and coordination required to get this trick dialed in perfectly usually takes hours, weeks, and MONTHS of practice.  Consider yourself very lucky if you learn it in less than 2 or 3 months on a consistent level.

If you have a question about this trick please feel free to e-mail it in...

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