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#1
Wings would help. Smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwTkaLD-rPU
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#2
That's why red bull puts it on. Red bull gives you wings. Wink
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#3
More like CRAZY to me lol.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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#4
HARDCORE MTB! Wow!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#5
That was insane. My riding style is a little bit different.
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#6
Quote:That's why red bull puts it on. Red bull gives you wings.

Red Bull gives you Balls not wings!

I'll be getting the DVD when it comes out, this is one of the silliest competitions out there! Last time (2004 I think it was) some chap pulled a no-hander over a 100ft canyon gap. You case that and it's a further 100ft down!
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#7
holy cow! I had no idea. That is some mad skills! and bravery, and good insurance.
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#8
I don't think most pro-Freeriders can get personal insurance!
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#9
Insane, crazy, and courageous! And now I pretty much know what I DON'T want to do a with bike! LOL
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#10
This video was on Giant's web site a while back because one of the Team Giant riders was the winner or in the top five (can't remember). After seeing the video, it reinforced my position on why I don't do MTB. At my age, a fall like that equates to a pine box. Smile
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#11
Ha! I had my first over the handlebars last evening and I can barely walk this morning. I cant imagine slamming into a rock wall and sliding down rock and gravel for 10feet!!. omg!! or flying 30 ft into the air and slamming into the ground! holy cow!
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#12
Not even "back in the day" when my hair was dark brown, would I have had the guts to even THINK about doing this. Yes, concretequeen when I took the first and only over the handlebars carried a sling on my left arm for 4 weeks. Just trying to jump a 6" curb! Never again!
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