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help with double bleep

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I am far from an expert but from playing the video over and over again I would say that is more of a roll up technique than a double zap/bleep... from the sound of the bike there is just one blip of the throttle not 2 and the bike isn't jumping up it is rolling up. The front wheel is just grazing off near the top of the rock which is great roll up technique and is allowing the front of the bike to get enough hight so the bashplate doesn't hit the rock which seems like a great techniques for that particular obstacle. I believe a double blip would require you to slow down a bit and really drive your front wheel into the rock much lower so it compresses your front and rear suspension, then once the bike starts to rebound back give it the second blip of throttle and hop to the top of the rock. You could try standing at the rock without your bike and just hoping yourself with both feet to the top of the rock and then think about the fact that you need to hop yourself and the bike to the top of the rock... you really need to squat down hard and compress everything to get the energy to hop you and the bike up on the rock. if you try to hop up without first bending your knees and squatting down it is super hard to hop up... I am lousy at double blip but there are lots of videos out there and that is what I have gleaned from them... hope it helps - give it try and post another video if it works (or doesn't :) )

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the terminology might be an issue are you trying to do this which I call a rollup:

 

Or this which is what I call a double blip/zap

 

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Im struggling to do this double blip  i find first blip into object and then there doesn't seem time for a second  my timing must be all wrong i think i must be overthinking this it looks so easy 

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It's not easy to get the timing right,try doing it slower.When you can do it properly you don't need a lot of speed

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It looks super easy but it is NOT!

Another good video from Pat but having somebody show you in person is even better...

 

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