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    New use for a Vintage Mixtie



    Just goes to show old bikes are kinda stout!

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    Well, he did have to modify it. It's a pretty rad video.

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    Stout? Was that meant to be sarcastic?

    I know he was pushing it wayyy beyond its intended use but it broke in half on the first jump!
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    Oh man, what a load of laughs! Thank you, Zach!

    I love the crunch sound it made every time it hit the ground.

    The video reinforces the reason to use a BMX bike when needed.
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    The bicycle skills are admirable but why would he try such stunts on a C&V mixte, let alone without a helmet?

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    All I can think on a few of those is "ouch my nuts."

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    I wonder how many spare parts he went through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by that_guy_zach View Post

    Just goes to show old bikes are kinda stout!

    I think you mean...

    Quote Originally Posted by that_guy_zach View Post

    Just goes to show how talented this guy is!

    Regardless, awesome and hilarious video. I cracked up when it just collapsed after the first trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mar View Post
    The bicycle skills are admirable but why would he try such stunts on a C&V mixte, let alone without a helmet?
    I think he picked that bike for the style statement since it must be a totally un-hip bike there. Funny that it would be a desirable bike on this side of the pond.

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