jacob429 Posted December 22, 2016 Report Share Posted December 22, 2016 (edited) EDIT: New progress video (filmed on Thursday) https://youtu.be/5W1FZOQqGi0 EDIT: Most recent progress video https://youtu.be/t4Y9m8tEYdo Hey guys! So the amount of crossover between trials and enduro seems debatable, but I'm a huge fan of both. Unfortunately, I can't afford a trials bike right now. So recently I have been working on a technique I believe to be called 'double blip'. I wasn't sure the difference between that and jap zap. Pretty much, I would like to get better at blipping to wheelie, punch obstacle with front wheel as I drop the clutch. I'm not too concerned with actually getting any rear wheel lift before contact, but I still need to know what I'm doing wrong in terms of timing, body position, weight/deweight, etc, because my last session had me getting bucked every time, and over the bars once. My objective is to use this to not only tackle larger obstacles, but also to just train clutch control and being able to confidently use small clutch drops in more situations. I have only pulled this off decently once, where I cleared the tires and landed even on the other side after rear wheel impact. It happened so fast I have no idea what I did, but I do know there was a big clutch drop (much more power than in the vid). In the first vid, I'm just warming up with punching through. Only the last 2 attempts are my attempt at a double blip.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ib9rSBjqZohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL_gzVaXJEA Thanks y'all! Edited March 4, 2017 by jacob429 Update video 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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