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Old 11-05-05, 07:09 AM   #1
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woah

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Old 11-05-05, 04:59 PM   #2
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Dig the riding, love the music, but g#d DA$N low angle shots should be a crime and you oughta need a special permit and have to sit on a waiting list to buy a fish-eye lens.
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Old 11-05-05, 05:22 PM   #3
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I find it incredibly hard to believe that his part in Trafaelio is still news to people.

Steven Hamilton's part was better, BTW. His last two gaps were ginormous.
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yeah, thats an old vid. i love the 720 out of the slanted wall ride thing
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yeah, thats an old vid. i love the 720 out of the slanted wall ride thing
Yeah, that's probably my faovrite part too.

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Steven Hamilton's part was better
I like Steven Hamiltons stuff way better than anyone elses. I like that he rides pegless. The majority of his tricks are just simple big things like HUGE gaps, HUGE 180s and 360s, and that's fricken awesome. But he can still do all the other stuff.
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that thing was just awesome.
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Pretty cool.
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Yeah, that's probably my faovrite part too.



I like Steven Hamiltons stuff way better than anyone elses. I like that he rides pegless. The majority of his tricks are just simple big things like HUGE gaps, HUGE 180s and 360s, and that's fricken awesome. But he can still do all the other stuff.

he's not always pegless
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But, like myself, he is most of the time. I can't think of a single clip in either Can I Eat? or Trafaelio where he was rocking pegs, either.
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its not by any means new news to me, i just love this clip from Trafaelio. gotta love that 720 outa the curved wall.
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But, like myself, he is most of the time. I can't think of a single clip in either Can I Eat? or Trafaelio where he was rocking pegs, either.
i don't like pegless riders near me. i ride 3 pegs brakeless, and i can probably pedal grind, wallride, and spin better than most of them.all they have over me is probably manuals, but they squeeze their lever the whole time. fufanus too, because of brakes. i can abubaca, if i find the right spot, though
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