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LOL Looks like a TDubsKid compilation! He's got some great videos with excellent production values.
 

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That GPS and it's holder really hang-in-there.
Make sure you tag all the places: you "don't" want to visit again.

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Very funny and entertaining...as long as no one gets hurt...usually. :p
You were laughing at mine pretty good and it hurt! LOL..
 

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He and his buddies sure crash in some scenic places.:)
A bit more throttle and momentum could have prevented most of that mayhem. A TW's strength lies in keeping those black rubbery front and rear gyroscopes spinning so that rotational inertia carries the day...and carries the rider over the obstacle. When we slow down just before an obstacle we have just tossed away the TW's greatest attribute...rotational momentum. Not like there is gobs of torque, or light weight like traditional trail bikes.
 

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Moe Mentum is your friend!

Practice in some less technical terrain.
You won't learn anything this way...just beat a nice bike to death!

Maybe too much air in the front?
 
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