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huck

verb;
To ride one’s bike off of a cliff or other high point with the intention of riding out the landing. The huck is not a common practice among the uninitiated, and so a word was created to describe the specific action it entails. Hucking is one of the simplest and most popular elements of freeride mountain biking, and has grown in variation and style. Hucks as big as 40+ vertical feet have been recorded on film, as well as hucks involving one or more lateral rotations.
 
I found a new spot yesterday. I’m looking to huck one of the cliffs on my friend’s property.
Etymology : huck. Canadian slang. Probably derived from ‘chuck,’ meaning to throw.
Source : A friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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