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    Listen! The most amazing riding I've ever seen!

    Just watch




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    Nice.

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    Pretty impressive.

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    excellent sesh, sooo tech. I don't even know....
    Great Music too, I dig the firebird band.

    does anyone know how to save these youtube vid things to your computer?
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    The manual to front flip was killer. I loved it.

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    Hey! I was gonna say that!

    Incredible. What can I say?

    Some of that stuff most of taken some real balls to try . . . Especially a manual to frontflip!

    Was he doing some trials stuff at the top of the ramp?
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyharry
    Was he doing some trials stuff at the top of the ramp?
    Yes sir.

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    I've got soooo much to learn.

    Notice the phrase above my avatar .

    My new handlebars actually have done so much to improve my bike's geo, that now I'm smooth enough. I've gotta let my bike see some dirt now!

    (you may ask: how can I know if I'm smoother if I haven't hit dirt lately, well, I've got the equivalent of a take off for a jump in plenty of spots at the nearby school, but no landing, so I land correctly were a landing to be there. I also built a little jump out of the gravel pile in my driveway, from which I now hit front wheel first instead of flat)
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    Landing to flats should be done rear wheel first.

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    Who are these guys? Looks more impressive than the X Games stuff I've seen.

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    wow !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    load you stupid little motion picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by GotMojo?
    Who are these guys? Looks more impressive than the X Games stuff I've seen.
    deffinatly....great stuff there

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyharry
    Hey! I was gonna say that!

    Incredible. What can I say?

    Some of that stuff most of taken some real balls to try . . . Especially a manual to frontflip!

    Was he doing some trials stuff at the top of the ramp?
    i wouldnt call a tallwhip to icepick trials, so no its totaly diferent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GotMojo?
    Who are these guys? Looks more impressive than the X Games stuff I've seen.
    i think that is the xgames

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    ahem,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bDFNofZrrg

    yes I know you've all seen it.. but ... skillz
    Do Starbucks employees take coffee breaks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwolmarans
    ahem,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bDFNofZrrg

    yes I know you've all seen it.. but ... skillz
    I think that is the first BMW video I've seen where the rider was doing street tricks WHILE wearing a helmet

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    WOW

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    Yeah i know, but that wasn't the point. The point was it was MUCH easier to do the whole bunnyhop thing off of the hillish thing with my new bars then it was with my old ones. I land even on flat. There's this REALLY fun gap about 3 1/2 feet wide at the nearby school with a very little curbish thing that I can use to launch myself from. Very easy, but still fun.
    I'm out of things to say . . .

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    meh, not that special, i usually do that stuff on the way to school

    Just playin, thats some crzy stuff rite there. the manual to frontflip attempt....mint.

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    I found out this is cranmer warming up at the dew tour.

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    that is some hella good riding!!!!!
    "dropped outta school. no G.E.D. but in these streets i'm a G.O.D."
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    Thats some good riding but for some reason i didnt like it. Sure it was crazy difficult and tech but some of the stuff had no flow to it. Maby its just me but i would much rather see alot of flow than a bunch of choppy yet crazy tricks thrown togather
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    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    it's short but it's pretty.... just like a guatemalan hooker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by theg1ant
    Thats some good riding but for some reason i didnt like it. Sure it was crazy difficult and tech but 1/2 the stuff had no flow to it. Maby its just me but i would much rather see alot of flow than a bunch of choppy yet crazy tricks thrown togather
    it's a dude throwing down a warm up session....


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    Don't take this the wrong way, I ain't playa hatin.... it was neat to watch but felt like I was at the circus. The dude definitely has skills beyond my comprehension but watching the Corey Martinez video was much more enjoyable. I definitely prefer flow and style over doing flippity flip combination of 28 lip tricks at once. With that being said, maybe you need to do mega combos to win comps these days and if that is the name of the game so be it. Too much playstation will do that to ya.

    I'd much rather see a big slow rotation 360 tabletop than a 720 no hander thingamajig tailwhip barspin nac nac superman backflip to manual, but that's just me. I like simplicity.

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