||The photos above are sequence shots of a whip. We're trying to document/demonstrate the mechanics of a whip. They are simple in description and execution, practice makes perfect though. Anyway drag your mouse over the thumbnails above and the large photo will appear in the center, from beginning to end.
You'll see two angles, one from each side of the bike, and that helps demonstrate bike/body position. Remember I'm on a 4stroke here and they do respond differently. 2strokes are easier to whip so be patient on the big thumpers. It's helpful to find a jump that you're comfortable landing nose-down on.
Load the bike into the face of the jump, pull the bike over while pushing the nose down and twisting your body towards the down side of the bike. Do not try to "kick" or push the bike over with your legs. Let the weight of the bike push it outward. Anyway there are more detailed instructions below so read those and maybe it'll make sense. Be careful and ride within your limits.