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Old 10-21-05, 01:29 PM   #1
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90mph on 9inches

So i picked a magazine i think it's called mountain biking world or something (not infront of me) its from the UK, and it's pretty good. The one article made me laugh and say oh man i kind of want to.

So this rider fitted his bike with i think maxxis ringworms or hookworms Can't remember and attached a rope to the back of a porsche and had it pull him down a road up to 90mph and then he let go of the rope, pretty narly.
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Yeah, I read that, too. I believe this was the same guy who, in the previous issue, attached a paraglider or big kite or something to his mtb and went for a pull. Stupid as this guy is, I'd do one of his stunts before I'd jump off a cliff like that doofus in the other thread going today.
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