How To Modify BMX Bike To Practice Tricks Indoors
Learning how to modify a BMX bike to practice indoor tricks isn't difficult. The difference between indoor and outdoor tricks on a BMX is not that great. Modifying a BMX for indoor takes a few tweaks here and there. This article will look at those tweaks needed to modify a BMX bike for indoor tricks. Modifying a BMX for indoor tricks is a quick modification and you’re ready to hit the ramps. Modifying a BMX for indoor tricks is the best approach if you want to sustain your trick rotation o the indoor venues. The process below is a guide to the normal modification made to a BMX bike for indoor tricks. Check it out and determine if you want to make these modifications to your BMX bike as well for indoor tricks.
To modify a BMX bike for indoor tricks, you will need:
- BMX bike
- Indoor facility
- Wrench or pliers
- Flat head screwdriver
How to modify a BMX bike for indoor tricks:
- One of the first things to consider for indoor is lightness of the BMX bike. Look at the seat of your BMX bike. The rod that holds the seat can be modified. Using the screwdriver loosen the seat bracket. Remove the seat and use the hack saw to cut away at the seat staff.
- Return the seat to the proper location and tighten the bracket. Next, use the wrench or pliers to remove the brakes and associated cable. You mat also need to lower the handlebars to allow more over the top room for your runs.
- Run the BMX bike through its paces. The new feel should be lighter, easier to maneuver. The lose of the brakes will take some getting used to but indoor you really don’t need them.