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Old 10-15-09, 03:36 PM   #1
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THis guys pretty good!

This guy does some pretty amazing stuff on this cruiser!

http://video.telegraph.co.uk/service...id=21337502001
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Old 10-15-09, 04:11 PM   #2
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This guy does some pretty amazing stuff on this cruiser!

http://video.telegraph.co.uk/service...id=21337502001
always love seeing this video but it made its rounds on the internet a couple of months ago. He has a few older videos out there, just as impressive.

and if you want to be pedantic, its not cruiser, but a 24" trials bike.
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Old 10-15-09, 04:11 PM   #3
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All he needs is a tuxedo, a martini, and some bloodthirsty Soviet agents chasing him in parkour-fashion with automatic weapons. James Freakin Bond, he is.
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Yeah, i've seen this video like 5 times already, haha. It's pretty amazing, probably one of the best biking videos i've ever seen.

But it is far from a cruiser, haha, It's not even bmx. I don't blame you for thinking that though, since they aren't very common in america. I met a guy recently who had one, and he said they are pretty common in easter europe (which was where he was from). His didn't even have a seat post opening for a seat, pretty odd.
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