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lapazmike 02-09-11 01:42 AM

acrobatics on bikes is the best description I know..
 
http://wimp.com/bicycleskill/
This takes bike handling to a new level for me,
Anyone that can share more information, feel free.

HandsomeRyan 02-09-11 04:18 AM

That does take a lot of skill. If you enjoy watching bicycles being ridden at the limits of what they can do, I recommend checking out Danny Macaskill, one of the finest trials riders on the planet. He does things on a bicycle I didn't think were possible until I watched him do it.


DX-MAN 02-09-11 09:08 AM

Saw the first video more than a year ago -- skills.

Macaskill is on another scale altogether -- he doesn't live here, just comes to Earth to ride.

Lenosky can make your jaw drop, too.

lapazmike 02-09-11 11:15 AM

Thanks for sharing Macaskill. Liked this one as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjAFgN3eQLY&NR=1

Dolamite02 02-09-11 01:39 PM

How about some strait out of Africa?

http://www.break.com/index/cool-free...s-on-lame-bike

atbman 02-09-11 05:15 PM

That McAskill is rubbish. His saddle's too low and he can't even balance or brake well enough to keep both wheels on the ground. And he sets a bad example by riding on the sidewalk all the time - it's a disgrace.

Guitarrick 02-09-11 08:29 PM

Ryan Leech is the man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGXwiAO57Jg
Can't forget the train track 180! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VRbHQpgv1w


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