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Old 06-19-11, 05:49 AM   #1
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Ultimate FGFS

I like to watch the local kids tricking on their FGFS bikes, but i ain't never seen skills like this


or like this



also, i guess bum bars are popular in bike ballet lol

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Old 06-19-11, 01:03 PM   #2
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these people are awesome.

I really liked the last video. She had the best music plus it just looked like she had alot of earnestness. The pair of girls above looked too mechanical (but they are still other-worldly good).
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Old 06-19-11, 03:29 PM   #3
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what? no ramps?.......yawn.
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Old 06-19-11, 09:54 PM   #4
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yeah i dunno, doing barspins while standin on the bars is pretty pimp sauce even without a ramp
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My LBS has one of those bikes hanging on the wall. I was a little confounded, as it looks like a raw steel track bike with bum bars and a 1/1 gear ratio surrounded by immaculate Ciocc and Colnago road bikes. Then I saw one of those videos, and the world made sense again.
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i guess it's called "artistic cycling".. chicks in tight clothing doing tricks on bikes sure beats watching a bunch of punk kids
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meh. maybe with some more barspins and a 3-stair set I'd give a ****.
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Artistic stationary cycling is where it is at. FGFS ain't got **** on this.
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Artistic stationary cycling is where it is at. FGFS ain't got **** on this.
Needs moar rollerz.

Also, we should start a site counter for the number of times has artistic cycling is "discovered" on this forum.
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Also, we should start a site counter for the number of times has artistic cycling is "discovered" on this forum.
yeah i had the feeling i wasnt the first person to post this here, but at the time i didnt know what it was called so i couldnt search it

btw check out this video im sure no one has posted it


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This is crazyyyyyyyy
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