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I am not a big bike rider but this just blew me away.
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I would've been killed on the first attempt.
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Combine Parkour and Bike riding......okay thats new.
I know not what this "overkill" means.
Honing the knives, Cleaning the longguns, Stocking up ammo.
As an ex mountain bike racer,.. And dabbled in trials riding,.. WOW.... That is some amazing stuff there,. :-)
I woudl love to see the outtakes!!
There aren't enough bandages and orthopaedic doctors in supply for me to learn any of that.
In my day about the wildest thing we did were:
1. Riding with no hands and shifting our weight to steer somewhat
2. Riding with one hapless kid on the handlebar, and one on the back all at the same time, while one of our parents hollered at us.
3. Putting squirrel tails on our handlebars, that only lasted one day. (the dogs always ate 'em off the same night)
4. Putting pieces of cardboard or playing cards attached with clothespins on our wheels so we imitated a "motorcycle" sound.
The riding in that video was great, though I think they would have looked better with squirrel tails.
Helpful hints on pushing back and strengthening the 2A:
I have a bike.
That is about as close as I will come to doing anything like that.
Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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He'll be in the next James Bond movie.
By then your tax dollars will be covering the medical bills for the imitators.
Law without force is impotent.
Almost doesn't seem possible...
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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MCK is a street legend already......He is amazing on a bike, one of the best on the planet no doubt.
That was pretty cool...
I bet the guy has had some nasty spills and some serious painful moments, training for that stuff.
Thanks for the link.
makes me miss when I was younger and still rode. I could never do that, but i handled trails well... at least well enough to stay out of the hospital... most of the time... Though looking back, I don't know how I survived doing the stupid stuff I did.
"Dead is dead"
"Yea, till we show up with jumper cables and drugs to debate it"
OK, I used to think I did some crazy stuff on a bike. But um, no. That's just nuts!