Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Mon 2/Nov/15 5:48pm

I've never seen anyone clear it.
I just double-to-roll/huck it.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Percy Pig on Mon 2/Nov/15 10:01pm

Astoria Paranoia wrote:I've never seen anyone clear it.
I just double-to-roll/huck it.

When it was first put in I could get the front wheel over it, never managed to clear it properly though, CBF trying that hard now! :p

Also it was dodgy landing half on teh down ramp thing... :crazy:
Was major potential for extreme sausages. :butbut: :blink:
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Mon 2/Nov/15 10:14pm

I've also managed to get the front wheel over but landing the back on the upslope is a recipe for a rad skorpiang.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby AgrAde on Mon 2/Nov/15 10:42pm

I managed it a few times. I wasn't quite getting it smooth but it wasn't nasty, was tucking and pushing both wheels through the top of the lip. I wouldn't quite call it a case but with less travel maybe I would :paranoid:

The kicker loads the bike up funny though and it's only got rougherer since it went in. It ruins the wee pop out of the big steep rock berm cos you've gotta carry too much speed out of it.
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Re: Flying Nun Is Goood

Postby AgrAde on Wed 4/Nov/15 7:49pm

I can't do it now :D

I think since I tried it the lip on the top of the landing is built up a bit and there's a little jumpy thing on the run in so you can't throw in a good pedal.
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