Yes Bmx Bikes Are easy to pedal because it is not heavy and there are many of gases inside of it and many of taes on it
If you can ride at all, then you can start doing BMX. But getting really good at it will take a lot of work.
It's as hard as you want it to be. To be a competitive winner it can be as tough as anything, to ride for fun you can simply try as hard or as little as you wish.
a bmx class
The main beginner BMX tricks are Bunnyhopping and Manual's although they hard very hard if u have never done BMX before and are just starting like me.
A wheelie is a good starter trick.
There are a variety of ways in which someone can learn about BMX cycling. For those interested in performing in this sport, either the local BMX riders at a skate park or instructional videos on YouTube are good resources. Those looking for history of the sport should try Wikipedia.
u learn on the friking internet u idiot
You go fast lean back and pull back... not hard
loads of people have them you should get one there fun to use and learn tricks
It is best to learn new BMX stunts from another teacher in real life. Failing that however, there are numerous instructional videos available on YouTube. Always wear appropriate safety gear and exercise caution while practicing.
Do a lot of BMX riding. Perhaps boost that with some general cardio workouts. BMX races are fairly short, so you'll want to focus on interval training(ride/run hard a minute, wind down a while, then ride hard a minute again. Repeat until you can't take it anymore.)
its good for the price and the frame is strong but the brakes are weak
One can learn how to avoid BMX crashes by reading and watching You Tube Videos on Mountain Bike Crashes and Falls, also All Sports Protection provides useful tips to avoid accidents. Other useful resources are Bike Belong and Life Strong.
How hard a language is to learn really depends on your motivation.