As with one-footers, which you should learn first, no-footers can be combined with
almost any trick currently around. 360's, backflips, one-handers, and no-handers are
combinations of tricks that are often done by more experienced riders today. Keep in
mind that going small is just the way to get comfortable to building up to something big
with this trick. For street riding it is always crazy to see someone try to bunnyhop
some big gap and throw their feet off halfway across just to make it interesting.
- As with one-footers speed is not the most critical issue. You just want to head
towards the jump at your normal, comfortable jumping speed.
- Near the highest point of your jump pull both feet off the pedals and kick them straight
out to the sides.
- IMPORTANT: The key to this trick is having your pedals NOT move on you.
Tightening your cranks and/or your chain will keep this from happenning.
BEFORE you start taking both feet off make sure that your pedals aren't going to
disappear on you when trying to land.
- As with one-footers just leave your feet out as long as you are comfortable.
Unlike one-footers it is VERY important to get your feet back on the pedals before
- Once your feet are back on the pedals, land as you normally would.
If you have any specific questions about no-footers please
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