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Two-Wheel Tuesday Answered

Bikes have been on my mind lately. Here's some video inspiration.

The insanely good Ryan Leech displays grace and precision in Prague.


Julien Dupont uses a motor to explore the city, but impresses nonetheless.


Fixies strut their stuff in SF.


And for some old-old-old school stuff, here are tricks from over 100 years ago.

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Easy Button

11 years ago

Woops only watched the 1st video but still with a dirt bike its still amazing.

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fungus amungusEasy Button

Reply 11 years ago

Oops, I put the shorter video in there before. Check it out again for the full version.

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fungus amungusEasy Button

Reply 11 years ago

The first video is one of my favorites. It's from a DVD called Roam by The Collective and is totally worth buying.

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Easy Buttonfungus amungus

Reply 11 years ago

Well after watching the 3rd video I'm pretty sure the 3rd ones my favorite. But its really dangerous because there on the road especially the intersections, i just see one of them getting hit by a car.

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fungus amungusEasy Button

Reply 11 years ago

Really? Fixie tricks over riding across the top of a 10-foot-tall gate? To each his own. I added a classic video at the end.

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TeacherOfTheWaysfungus amungus

Reply 11 years ago

Wow! Those were great!!! But I have to say that Ryan Leech is the best of them all!! Thanks so much the videos were great!

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trebuchet03

11 years ago

Mmmm... Fixed Gear :) If I could afford it - I'd be riding on a flip flop hub... Alas, My bikes come from either a) found b) Garage Sale - Cheap c) derelict bike police auction d) cobbled together homemade bike abominations (including many failures :p)....

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Easy Button

11 years ago

Amazing! Wow if only of by a couple centimeters or so he would crash. Must of took a whole lot of practice and falling.