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Thread: Stood Up Or Sat Down?

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    Should Get Out More Yorick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRiz View Post
    The trick is to hover rather than stand. This saves my legs most of the time. My biggest issue with standing is not being able to use clutch, shift, and hold on just tight enough to not be ejected!
    Yup. Same problems. And I do hover

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    I think your problem now will be the speed at which your new steed will crash at.
    I remember the experience of going from a road dirt bike to a proper enduro tool, the way it just soaks up huge hits as if they're not there, so you go faster because the bike has turned you into Knight-er, you are invinci.....................SHIIIIIIIIIIIT!!!!

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