Things You’ll Need:
- BMX Bike Brakes
- BMX Bike Forks
- BMX Bike Frame
- BMX Bike Gloves
- BMX Bike Parts
- BMX Bike Pegs
- BMX Bike Helmets
- BMX Bikes
Step1Roll forward at a relatively slow speed.
Step2Place your dominant foot on the front axle peg. (These instructions use the left foot as dominant. If you feel more comfortable using the right foot, substitute right for left in these steps.)
Step3Put your right foot on the rear peg, on the left side.
Step4Transfer your weight to the front foot and push the handlebars a little forward to lift the back wheel a couple of inches off the ground. You are going to be rolling forward the entire time, so do not use your brakes.
Step5Kick the back of the bike around gently to the right with the right foot as soon as the back wheel comes up.
Step6Grab the seat with one of your hands once the bike passes the handlebars and starts to go in front of you.
Step7Keep rolling forward and use the leg that you have behind you to counterbalance the frame in front of you.
Step8Carve in a circle by pushing the right side of the handlebars slightly toward the ground, keeping your front peg foot on the outside of the circle, and maintaining balance with your back leg.
Step9Roll for as long as you can.
Step10Get the frame directly in front of you and lean forward slightly to place the back wheel on the ground.
Step11Put the hand that was on the seat back on the handlebars.
Step12Angle yourself so that the frame is going to come back around on your right side.
Step13Catch the frame with your right foot, up by the seat tube, as soon as it passes the handlebars on its way back behind you.
Step14Drop down to the pedals and ride away, or go into another trick.