"the bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began...there was Cowboy Neal at the wheel of a bus to never-ever land."
Why didn't they use a Cat tractor...
I knew about that before it had even happened. The icepick (and, if I remember correctly, the fufanu) will be in an upcoming video.
It's just too bad that he didn't do a Cookeback off that quarter, too.
edit: Probably because the lift was merely for practice; it costs quite a bit to rent the chopper, especially if you have to mount something like that on it.
Thats sickwhat video is it gonna be on?
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I think a Ride video, but I'm not positive; you never can tell when Fudger is taking pictures, since he's takes pictures of pretty much everything.
I wish I could do that...
thats pretty cooL
wtf is a Cookeback??Originally Posted by Beerman
I have a feeling ive seen one before and dont know the name...
Is it anything close to a lookback?
I can't say i've ever don that before, but I have done.....
Your the one flying right?
Yes, I am a jet. No, actually I am the one on the left, I am controling the plane with a remote. You can see it if you look REAL close.Originally Posted by KinetikBiker04
Those of you who get RideBMX, look on page 38
i have a feeling a cookeback is just *forgets first name* cookes version of a lookback...care to explain beerman
and on the newest issue (may 2006 (for those of you that dont knowwhat year it is) pg. 38 = flatland stuff
Now you remember, hahaOriginally Posted by mude
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Yeah, the May issue. The photo issue one.
Should be in the mail pretty soon... I just got mine today.
havent got mine yet...i tend to get them towards the end of the month.
no i rememberd cuz i was looking through differnt issues of ride to see what he was tlaking about and allan cooke was on teh cover.
Yeah, for some reason your post saying his first name didnt show up until after i had posted.
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I paid $120/hr to rent a Robinson R22, but that was about 15 years ago. The cool part was that the pilot offered to let me fly.Originally Posted by Beerman
Yeah, but you didn't pay for the chopper to hover for several minutes twenty feet above the ground (in a business area) with a large wooden object attached to the skid, did you?
No, but we did drop to 400ft in a residential, which is not exactly legal. We were supposed to be at 800ft. And the pilot offering me the controls was a bit sketchy. I also learned it's a bad idea to stick you head out the doorway above 80MPH.