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Old 08-02-2003, 12:10 PM   #1
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Old 08-02-2003, 01:15 PM   #2
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Old 08-02-2003, 01:20 PM   #3
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say dbirider - just out of interest: Is that you on that BMX bike in your Avatar?
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Old 08-02-2003, 01:34 PM   #4
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yeh kev that's a bmx bike
nice bunnyhop if that's you on the bike
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Old 08-02-2003, 03:24 PM   #5
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Yeah thats me on a bmx bike, doing a sprocket to fakie (bunnyhop, land on your sprocket, pull back really really hard, and then get off land on the ground and turn around) I say that because most people think im just jumping into the dumpster

Riding my bike is the only thing I love more than video editing / 3d stuff

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Old 08-02-2003, 05:42 PM   #6
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hey dbirider, im not sure what its called cos i blade, dnt bmx, but can you do the flatland trick, the one that looks like a tailwhip, but ur on ur frontwheel and the tail swings around as ur on the ground? cos i love that, wanna take a vid for me?
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CRAP!!!!

I JUST uninstalled MR, and NOW I just noticed this new forum...

DAMMIT! hehe...

...well, back to AW downloads section I go.... hehe...

Don't ask why I uninstalled it, I just thought I wasn't going to use it for a while, and then I noticed Undeth's thread, and well, I gotta get it back online again
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i used to bmx except it was dirt jumping on a gravel racing track and i just gave up cause i ate to much ground trying new tricks so now i working on x-treme 3d sports - jumping in maya
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Hey Nem!

yeah, i know what trick your talking about (flatland talewhips) I used to do them alot like 3 years ago when i was first learning to ride(by ride i mean learning 'tricks') And yes i agree that they are very fun tricks... but ive never had anybody video tape me doing one. But i just completely re did my site! and i have a small bike video in there, and a small video that has bike riding in it So.. check it out if you want

edit: in an attempt to save this thread from getting to off the subject i made a new thread located HERE
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I skateboard, does that count? :p
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Originally posted by dbirider
I say that because most people think im just jumping into the dumpster
i wonder how often you did just jump into the dumpster til you figured out how to not do it :p
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why does everyone have themselves boarding or bmxing in their avatars i need a pic of me doing that
we shud all go ride/roll sometime
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Hi Kevin,

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