I was just wondering if there's many BMX bikers in the skiing world. At my skatepark, when I told people I was a freeskier and they had no idea what I was talking about and they looked at me like I was a dumbass. I think BMX biking is a great alternative to skiing In the summer if there isn't an available summer setup for you. It might not be the same but it still helps pass time in the offseason
Only bike I have that's rideable is my dk 8 pack from around 2000. I haven't ridden in years though other than occasionally jumping on some random ids bike and throwing a 180 or trying to 3 off something.
And I have rear brakes and will fufanu on your face.
"When I win the lottery I'm gonna buy a mansion and name it "theabortionators estate" you can come an go as you please. Ill have a motorcycle in the garage you can run into a tree" -Kevtron
My trusty shred whip - GT DLSY frame with mostly Eclat parts
And about 5 minutes from my apartment is this gem of a concrete park
It's definitely a skatepark designed for skaters, but it's still a good time. Plus in my old age, I feel bad grinding ledges in Salzburg since they are from the 1400's. I feel like I am destroying history haha.
250rnow that i ride dh i wanna learn bmx, i feel like its something i should have learned when i was like 8 though. eh whatever itll still be fun
Definitely helped my DH riding BMX first, but if you do pick up BMX (or a 26" dirt jumper) your DH skills will improve dramatically. You will be come a much smoother rider, better able to find flow through jumpy sections of trail.