Hill Climb Havoc

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+4 1. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

The little engine that could :)
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-3 2. yorfo commented 5 years ago

(je) Am I the only one to become unterested for some time past by Snotr contents? And even more since Corpsegrinder is posting? : |
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+5 3. Sale commented 5 years ago

1:11 I did it!
- No, you didn't >:)
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-1 4. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

#2 nope, these are awesome! If you don't like the current new video, there's that cool Random video button. That's what I do sometimes.

1:21 blastoff :D:D

The long wheelbase seems to make this a bigger challenge with hills and dips.
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+5 5. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

# 4 Actually just the opposite is the case. On a stock-length bike, when you’re trying to climb a steep hill, it can be challenging to keep the bike from wheeling and wanting to flip over backwards. It’s just physics. By making the wheelbase longer by lengthening the swingarm , you change the primary leverage ratio and the machine will be more planted to the ground, and it will be much easier to keep the front end down. Why else would you think they do it?
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+1 6. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#5 It's not just physics it's also astrology. 8-)