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Bootleg Sessions 2 Trailer / Pre Order!!!!!!!!!!!!

Old 05-12-08, 01:12 PM
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Bootleg Sessions 2 Trailer / Pre Order!!!!!!!!!!!!

Video is here

We finished up Bootleg Sessions 2! You can pre-order the DVD here and catch the WORLD premier at the Bicycle Film Festival in NYC this month.


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Looking good. I can't wait to see it.
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BTW, my non-biker friends loved the first one.... don't have any biker friends
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Where is the Chad Degroot footie?
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Originally Posted by steevdeadman View Post
Where is the Chad Degroot footie?
This is only the trailer.
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Old 05-12-08, 02:08 PM
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glad to see you guys got those grinds down that is pretty impressive. Looks good.
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<obligatory hate comment by person who thinks they are original>

Just wanted to get that out of the way. Looking forward to it.
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damn that nose manual was groundbreaking from tom....
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Originally Posted by Jenkinsal2 View Post
glad to see you guys got those grinds down that is pretty impressive. Looks good.
May I suggest:

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Originally Posted by johnprolly View Post
May I suggest:

I totally would if I could get a free one to "test" lol. Otherwise it will be a while before I have that kinda cash. Im sure I can find a cheap alternative to mess around with though.
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The first moments had me all with the the no handed up the tree trunk dealy...

Looking forward to it, thanks!
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I am proud to be part of this project. Has one movie ever pushed an entire sport as much as this has?
I can't wait to see what everyone came up with!
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Originally Posted by Jenkinsal2 View Post
I totally would if I could get a free one to "test" lol. Otherwise it will be a while before I have that kinda cash. Im sure I can find a cheap alternative to mess around with though.
i'm working with Milwaukee about that. We're making a few other options; inexpensive options.
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i'm totally down with this stuff, but my question is how feasible is this stuff actually gonna be long term?

it seems like this is gonna be wayyyy more expensive than bmx. i mean, that crusher alone is like a hundred clams i think, and look at how beat it's getting in that pic from prolly. it doesn't seem like these things will have the durability that something like pegs on a bmx have, and costs significantly more.

not to mention the damage to all the other parts of the bike.
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Originally Posted by Jenkinsal2 View Post
I totally would if I could get a free one to "test" lol. Otherwise it will be a while before I have that kinda cash. Im sure I can find a cheap alternative to mess around with though.
http://www.bbgbashguard.com/index.html
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I'm sorry, call me a hater, but that **** is dumb. There are different bikes for different purposes. I don't understand why everyone is trying to do bmx style tricks on everything other then a bmx. First is was mountain bikes and now fixed gears. When I see these videos, they remind me of something Razor would promote.
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Think about it this way, How much faster can you get somewhere on a track bike then on a bmx with its tiny gearing. What is wrong with having something as a legit mode of transportation as well as something to have fun on and screw around with. If you dont like it nobody really cares. You are basically now acting like that ****** that calls people out for haveing a track bike on the street. So basically if this isnt your thing then why worry about it just go ride your bike and have fun like these guys are doing.
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This looks better than Vol. 1, which was cool, but had a lot of time that felt a little bit dead.
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nose manual was pretty nasty.. i might actually buy this one..
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the next bash guard that comes out should have a profile that allows you to rotate it.
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Originally Posted by steve1134 View Post
I'm sorry, call me a hater, but that **** is dumb. There are different bikes for different purposes. I don't understand why everyone is trying to do bmx style tricks on everything other then a bmx. First is was mountain bikes and now fixed gears. When I see these videos, they remind me of something Razor would promote.

you should no we don't care what you think and lame ass opinion like that have been around for sometime.

go try on a fixed gear and get back to me mister rad guy
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Originally Posted by dookski View Post
the next bash guard that comes out should have a profile that allows you to rotate it.
pretty sure you can rotate that crusher thing..
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Originally Posted by dookski View Post
the next bash guard that comes out should have a profile that allows you to rotate it.
We're working on it. They couldn't do it with this one because the integrity of the guard would have been compromised by the additional loss in mass.

I agree though. When I first saw that I was like "Ahhhhhhhhh wtf?"

I think the next one will be smaller and less expensive as well. This will probably catch on once people realize how fun it is.
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