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    new nitro circus

    on the new episode of nitro circus jim dechamp does some of the easiest world records ive ever seen on a hardtail like a 50 foot fakie and a 2 foot high wall ride what the heck im about to go do a world record and get a plaque lol but on a cool note he does do a 43 foot frontflip on a motorcycle check it out tonight on mtv at ten. also travis pastrana does 8 backflips in 30 seconds and greg godfrey jumps a semi truck 50 freakin feet.

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    I thought the 260 one handed claps in a minute was pretty good.

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    hahah i love that show. the lawn mower jump took some balls too. all those guys seem crazy.

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    No, those guys are crazy...
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    the 30 back hops, ( i think thats how many it was) I cant believe that was all it takes, you would think some trails guy would annilate that...

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    it was only 18

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    the three front wheel hops was lame, Hans Rey could kill all those records at the same time
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    Quote Originally Posted by jammincam
    hahah i love that show. the lawn mower jump took some balls too. all those guys seem crazy.
    The backflip on the kids Big Wheel trike thingy is my favourite, thats got to be good for your spine!

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    Yeah, it's kind of like when Rob Dyrdek broke all those skate World Records in one day. He says that these days he gets constant emails with videos of like 12 year olds doing more kickflips in a row or more ollies in one minute.
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    yea some of the bicycle records were kinda lame but the front flip on the moto was sick.
    so this is how you add a signature!!

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    OK. 51' stoppie? Weak. I'm calling Guinness and breaking that one as well as the 21 second track stand. I can do an all afternoon track stand. I KNOW I have jumped a Rhino more than 41 feet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter916
    the three front wheel hops was lame, Hans Rey could kill all those records at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd13
    yea some of the bicycle records were kinda lame but the front flip on the moto was sick.
    Especially since it was on an ankle badly injured trying a mountain bike front flip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DET Racing
    OK. 51' stoppie? Weak. I'm calling Guinness and breaking that one as well as the 21 second track stand. I can do an all afternoon track stand. I KNOW I have jumped a Rhino more than 41 feet!
    21 second track stand? That's a record?! What a freakin joke these records are...haha
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    21 second track stand?

    I'm going to send them a video of my daily commute. I have a 30 second stop at a light usually. I never put my feet down! I'd be famous!

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    seeing as that everyone is willing to challenge these records,what does it take to get the record people to come out and record you?im assuming it costs something?
    so this is how you add a signature!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd13
    seeing as that everyone is willing to challenge these records,what does it take to get the record people to come out and record you?im assuming it costs something?
    I think you can video tape yourself and send it in but I may be wrong about that

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    ya it seems that just since they have the "officiator" dude they get to call everything they do that nobody has tried to set a record for yet.
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    one hand clapper on iphone

    thought you guys might like this one hand clapper iphone app - inspired by Jim's world record claps in 60 seconds. See it here: https://forums.mtbr.com/****************4kVt2O

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    I remember Travis P. calling DH riders insane...look who's talking...
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    Can't wait for the next season of the show. At the very least now that those biking records have been established people can break them. I do think the Guinness people should do some research before declaring something a record. It sure wouldn't be very hard to find a video of Ryan Leech doing more than 3 front hops.

    Does anyone know if Jim Dechamp still races any mountain events, I tried looking up some of his racing stats, but couldn't find anything from after like 1999.

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    Nitro Is On Again Season Two Tonight!
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    backflip building to building 100 ft up 75ft gap. dope.
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    I just read some great stories in ROLLING STONE mag AUG.6 2009 issue about SAM BROWNS lifestyle and PASSING what A LEGEND in the freeride world what a loss. i also read about the injuries that TRAVIS,JOLENE, JIM D> did to themselves filming NITRO CIRCUS 1. TRAVIS torn mCL,meniscus in rt. knee 2 knee surgies, hip surgery,cracked vertebrae,KOd on BIG WHEEL 2 bruised nuts. JOLENE 2 concussions,fractured tailbone,broke right ankle, compressed lower back,severe whiplash,bruised sternum with torn cartilage. JIM D broken back and cracked T12 vertebrae,broken right finger,sprained ankle,2 concussions,sprained liver all for our enjoyment now I know why the get paid good money i think travis gets like 90k an episode and everyone else its 20k an episode .

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