Dave Mirra's Trick Tips, Vol. 1 - BMX Basics from Redline Ent

Dave Mirra's Trick Tips, Vol. 1 - BMX Basics from Redline Ent
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Dave Mirra's Trick Tips, Vol. 1 - BMX Basics from Redline Ent

$19.99
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Dave Mirra partners up with Ryan Nyquist and Mike Laird to show you the BMX basics. Dave begins with helping you buy a bike, riding, balancing, turning, braking, pedaling, etc. Next, Dave and Mike continue with the foundations of BMX on the street and progress by teaching you the Endo. Dave and Ryan connect up on the mini ramp and go over Mini Ramp basics: carving, dropping in and mini-airs.

BMX beginners and pre-beginners would do well to get absorbed in this primer on basic trick techniques. Dave Mirra, a.k.a. "The Miracle Man" for his phenomenal success as a X athlete, is the right man to guide one through essential tricks on flat ground and ramps. He's not alone, of course. Special guests Ryan Nyquist, Kip Williamson, and Colin Winkelmann are also there to show us how to choose and buy a bike, how to execute a few parking lot tricks (180 bunny hop, 360 bunny hop, etc.), how to perform more advanced maneuvers on the grind box (the feeble grind, double-peg grind, smith grind), and what to do on a mini-ramp. It's all straightforward but quite friendly; the enthusiasm of Mirra and company is certainly infectious and makes one want to try a box jump as soon as possible. --Tom Keogh