My injury makes me SCARED to jump off but that is really just because I’m more cognitizant of it in space right now, I jumped off to practice my Some Days It’s Just Not Worth Putting On A Bra Shirt, and it didn’t hurt, its all mental. That’s good advice though, I’ll work on my walkoffs and two foot dismounts. Getting bucked off right now basically means my 250 pound ass is on the pavement, and that’s not gonna be good for my back long term. My speedbumps are a super wide rounded profile, geometrically, they look simple enough to mount, I’m just a scaredy baby. Thank you for the advice! Im shredding all day tomorrow until sun down so hopefully I can get the practice in!
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I generally don’t recommend riding on grass, but an exception would be for learning those step-offs and jump-offs. Especially uphill grass will make wheelspin very likely Some Days It’s Just Not Worth Putting On A Bra Shirt and cause the nose to drop, while also making the board less likely to shoot forward once the nose is down and your foot is still on the front pad. Just head up a grassy hill and hopefully step-offs will become more natural.
Those big rounded speed bumps should be fine with what other people said, keeping some speed with bent knees, tilt the nose up at the last second, and use your legs to absorb the impact. If you lean back just a bit while tilting the nose up you should be in a good position to absorb the impact from a physics standpoint. You’re absorbing the bump but also a horizontal change in speed – as soon as the wheel is traveling up over the bump, it’s also traveling forward at a slower rate. This is why mountain bike suspension tracks the wheel up and back, not just purely up.
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