This looks fun!
Feck... I've broken the forum already!
Damn that was hassle... needs to HowTo I think
A London classic.
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edit: that was a fuckin hassle
Not biking related but…
from the guy that brought you "The Beat Goes On"
this awesome solo
my head hurts
More drum licks here
Check this shit... These girls have got skillllllz!!
- Bike Girls[/ame]
If we are onto drumming check this kid.... 7 years old man!!!
I think he's lacking a bit of 'snap' in his wrists. But then again, he won't be exercising his wrists properly till he's a bit older ;-)
look at some of this guys other videos, youtube.com/watch?v=LonSm5lD9_4
This is some fun fixed riding, though he seems to have mislaid most of his bike:
- Kris Holm Freeride video[/ame]
BringMeMyFix:I think he's lacking a bit of 'snap' in his wrists.
So's this guy.. :)
Do you have to be limp-wristed to beatbox?
Not sure about that? But as this guy illustrates a well thought out recipe is a must!!
Loving the old skool fixie tricks!!
(nicked from BF)
check out rob ridge on you tube the smoothest bmx'er i have seen
Someone has edited that to say "how not to ride your bike". It didn't use to have that title.
Craazy riding though. Much easier on a grid system when you know you'll only deal with obstacles each block.
yeah, the original lucas brunelle video didn't have that music either. i always wee myself a little at the 3:24 mark.
This will be my next warm up for Highgate Hill.
I want to see Quicksilver but can't find it :(
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