Wheelies, burnouts, and boardslides
In this episode of Getting Awesome With Ryan Nyquist, Mike "Hucker" Clark returns to show Ryan how to hang five on a BMX bike. An extended nose-wheelie might seem simple enough for a pro like Ryan, but the level of commitment needed to hang five is, well, next level. Ryan eventually gets the trick and progresses up to the manual pad. New episodes drop alternating Tuesdays!
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Weaving through traffic and one-wheeled wheelies
Twenty seconds is a long time to be on your front tire.
The ongoing competition to see who can pull of a the longest nose manual on a BMX bike has a new contestant. Michael Steingraeber just released this video of himself doing a nose wheelie for 20.03 seconds (or, as one YouTube commenter noted, 34 parking spaces.)