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12/30/2018 7:33 AM

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12/30/2018 9:10 AM

That was so awesome, thanks for posting. That makes me so happy to see other people all over the world enjoy riding bikes like that, it’s been a huge part of my life and it’s awesome to see it do the same for people in an entirely different world from me. Hopefully some companies step up and make things more accessible over there, just seeing how stoked the locals were makes me think there’s a huge future over there and a big opportunity to change people’s lives. It’s kind of funny, in the US you’re treated like an outcast and loser when you ride the streets, but in the third world you’re a hero and inspiration. We think we have it all figured out over here but watching those guys and especially the little kids enjoy the little stuff like that makes you realize how much we take for granted.

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12/30/2018 10:37 AM

So awesome, other than hockey, bicycles shaped my entire youth it seemed like.

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12/30/2018 10:39 AM

JM485 wrote:

That was so awesome, thanks for posting. That makes me so happy to see other people all over the world enjoy riding bikes like that, it’s been a huge part of my life and it’s awesome to see it do the same for people in an entirely different world from me. Hopefully some companies step up and make things more accessible over there, just seeing how stoked the locals were makes me think there’s a huge future over there and a big opportunity to change people’s lives. It’s kind of funny, in the US you’re treated like an outcast and loser when you ride the streets, but in the third world you’re a hero and inspiration. We think we have it all figured out over here but watching those guys and especially the little kids enjoy the little stuff like that makes you realize how much we take for granted.

dude we loved all the comments from the drunk gallery. Around college we'd street ride around Boston at night and we'd always get "nice bike fag!" or "sweet bike, I had one when I was 10" like over and over laughing

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12/30/2018 2:21 PM

JM485 wrote:

That was so awesome, thanks for posting. That makes me so happy to see other people all over the world enjoy riding bikes like that, it’s been a huge part of my life and it’s awesome to see it do the same for people in an entirely different world from me. Hopefully some companies step up and make things more accessible over there, just seeing how stoked the locals were makes me think there’s a huge future over there and a big opportunity to change people’s lives. It’s kind of funny, in the US you’re treated like an outcast and loser when you ride the streets, but in the third world you’re a hero and inspiration. We think we have it all figured out over here but watching those guys and especially the little kids enjoy the little stuff like that makes you realize how much we take for granted.

seth505 wrote:

dude we loved all the comments from the drunk gallery. Around college we'd street ride around Boston at night and we'd always get "nice bike fag!" or "sweet bike, I had one when I was 10" like over and over laughing

laughing That’s pretty damn funny! Believe me it doesn’t get to me, but it’s like god damn do you ass holes have to hate on everything? Sorry I’m not skull crushing bush light, going on daddy funded vacations, and date raping/paying sorority girls to stay the night brolaughing It’s more just funny to me that people in this country see something new and immediately think it must be bad or illegal, while the people who have nothing across the pond are stoked as hell at what they see. No stuck up ass holes, no snobby pricks, just a stoked community.
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1/2/2019 6:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/2/2019 6:03 AM

JM485 wrote:

That was so awesome, thanks for posting. That makes me so happy to see other people all over the world enjoy riding bikes like that, it’s been a huge part of my life and it’s awesome to see it do the same for people in an entirely different world from me. Hopefully some companies step up and make things more accessible over there, just seeing how stoked the locals were makes me think there’s a huge future over there and a big opportunity to change people’s lives. It’s kind of funny, in the US you’re treated like an outcast and loser when you ride the streets, but in the third world you’re a hero and inspiration. We think we have it all figured out over here but watching those guys and especially the little kids enjoy the little stuff like that makes you realize how much we take for granted.

Lurker disclaimer alert (I made the film) haha.

So I was stoked to read this comment and see the message of the film is getting across.

I could never afford to ride moto as much as I wanted to as a kid and BMX was my refuge!

GuyB has deep roots with the big guns in the BMX world too.

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1/2/2019 6:43 AM

We are one -

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1/2/2019 6:24 PM

Saw that last week, siiick

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1/3/2019 11:31 PM

Awesome video. The guys are very talented.

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