tabletop Home › Forum › Bike Forum › tabletop Viewing 27 posts - 1 through 27 (of 27 total) tabletop jediMember built this as part of skills trail table one side and the middle taken out on other side. it's difficult to leave it alone and not constantly buff it 🙂 Posted 7 years ago BushwackedSubscriber I'm loving that! Gonna have me one too 😉 Posted 7 years ago bazzerMember That is such a good idea, wish that was close to me, is it at Woburn ? Bazzer Posted 7 years ago littlegirlbunnyMember That's an awesome idea to get me over the 'fear of the gap'! Posted 7 years ago simonralli2Member Great idea. I don't attempt these things as it always feels as if your front wheel is going to hit the wrong side of the other side (leg?) and then you're over the handlebars. Posted 7 years ago BushwackedSubscriber Nah, not woburn. Posted 7 years ago thomthumbMember that is ace. 🙂 Posted 7 years ago 5AMMember I'd love to have something like that to learn on. Gives a chance to roll over, then gradually build confidence skill etc. Great work, wish it was in my garden. Posted 7 years ago RealManMember How long did it take to build? Posted 7 years ago timpolMember when is the trail going to be finished? alot done since last time i saw it. Are you going to make sure the nettles grow in the gap Posted 7 years ago joolsburgerMember That looks do-able and fun. Jedi there are a number of jumps near me that have near vertical take off lips (kickers is it?), can't get my head around them as I'm all out of shape on the take off and end up landing completely wrong, any tips? Posted 7 years ago popstarMember Think of buying a spade to do some works in my local woods. Joolsburger, where usually do you ride? I had some problems at sharp take-off too… Posted 7 years ago jediMember its at the herts skills area 🙂 Posted 7 years ago jediMember Steep take offs usually hav e steep landings so you need a 2nd push to land them. Mellow jumps only really require the initiual push,same as a drop Posted 7 years ago phatstanleyMember the t.top/double caught my eye….great confidence builder! what do you mean by "2nd push", jedi? Posted 7 years ago luke.ellisMember would be great to see a video of you jumping that. I dont have the confidence to hit them or really even know how to jump one. Posted 7 years ago jediMember a bunnyhop is 2 pushes. you delay the 2nd push in a jump til you want to nose in to land Posted 7 years ago worsMember how is a bunnyhop 2 pushes? Posted 7 years ago davidtaylforthMember Nice earth! Heres an old table top table top video Posted 7 years ago jediMember wors, you push to unweight the front then push again to unweight the rear Posted 7 years ago PJ266Member Jedi, any chance I could use that pic for a questionnaire Im doing? Its the best pic of a tabletop I can find anywhere! Posted 7 years ago phatstanleyMember you push to unweight the front then push again to unweight the rear i get ya. ta. Posted 7 years ago jediMember pj266, of course you can. just credit me/ukbikeskills Posted 7 years ago PJ266Member Great, thanks very much 🙂 Posted 7 years ago jediMember here's a pic of it from today Posted 7 years ago mrmichaelwrightMember we built a cracking one of them at woburn but someone (troll like) made it in to a death jump looks good tony Posted 7 years ago jediMember mmw, where did you build it? Posted 7 years ago Viewing 27 posts - 1 through 27 (of 27 total) The topic ‘tabletop’ is closed to new replies.