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Old 03-22-11, 11:26 AM
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High 180 bunny hop slo mo

Please tell me what you guys think of my video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZJE-doSp-Y
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Old 03-22-11, 11:29 AM
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Wat?
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Old 03-22-11, 11:39 AM
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fantastic, but this is "Classic & Vintage" - methinks you are in the wrong crowd.
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Old 03-22-11, 11:53 AM
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Looks more like 160 degrees to me.....
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Damn kids! I am an old goat and jealous. Looks cool.
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kool stuff.
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Wrong forum.

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You should do it on a Varsity. Then you'll be in the right forum and you'll have everyone's full respect.
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I gotta learn how to do that Matrix move where everything slows down when I hit sweet jumps. I'd be cool then.
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sick dude
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I'd be a lot more impressed had you hopped a small rabbit on a full size bike. One darted out of the brush and rammed into my front wheel the other day. Scared the hell out of me for a second.
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^ Rabbit stew for dinner?

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Son, I say son, I was bustin' such moves on my Raleigh Sports, back before your mother was even a twinkle in your grandmother's eye. But at the time, there was no such thing as YouTube, let alone a video camera that you didn't need a crane to lift.

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Last time I did one of those, things got broken.
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YoKev says it is sick. I think it's ill. So ill in fact it is foul x 2.
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Maybe it was a classic BMX bike?
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Not a bad video, but it really needs a chubby kid body slamming a skinny kid to be a hit.
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^ Rabbit stew for dinner?

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He was out of site by the time I collected myself. I was riding through a narrow alley on a fixed gear. I thought I was going down for a minute. The feeling was the same as if someone had hit my front rim with a fastball. We collided hard enough for blood to be left on the rim. Perhaps I should have included that in the VO Product Review thread. "PBP rims: tough enough to withstand a bunny at full speed."
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Someone should reciprocate and post pics of their classic french tourer in the BMX forum, using the thread title: Check out this sick Singer!
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Hey, you should post this in C&V...oh wait, you already did.

Post it in every forum!
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cool stuff. do they still do curb endos in bmx?

next post some wheelie vids. great memories from my youth of guys riding block long wheelies on Schwinn collegiates or similar bikes. tennis balls in the spokes. always wanted to ride a long wheelie but never got more than a few pedal strokes before losing it.
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it took me nearly 30 years to figure out "unweighting" the front wheel, but I still can't do it.
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