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Greg Faber (not verified)

Word, that's HOT!

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Hank Schiffman (not verified)
I've got to know...

How does the guy crossing the bridge at the end of the video get his feet back on the pedals of his fixed gear bike?

Does he have a hand brake which he uses till the bike is almost stopped?

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<a href="">Peter O'Reilly</a> (not verified)
I asked myself the same question, too

If you look closely, there's no hand breaks on his bike, ..... but I'm sure his buddy has got 'em. Therein lies the answer to the riddle, I think - he latched on at some point. If not that, then I think he prayed alot, I mean alot with the help of Judas Priest.

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David (not verified)

Yeah, I have been amazed by these videos for the past few months. I actually tried my first messenger race at Halloween time and had it handed to me. I definitely stuck out at the start with my helmet and hardtail mountain bike, but had a blast. Even though it was the most fun I have had riding in the city limits, I am not sure if I would do another race as I was not exactly representing the cycling community responsibly. I could not believe the athleticism of some of the guys, not to mention the city riding skills. We rode about 45ish miles to checkpoints all over Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens and the winner came in in under three hours. This was in live traffic on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, in the height of the ticketing spree, no less.

Lucas Brunelle makes the videos and was actually stamping people at one of the checkpoints at Halloween. His face was completely mangled from a recent accident, which surprisingly was his first big crash. Nice guy. I think my favorite clip is on the Baltimore video where a mirror hits him in the arm and then the driver tries chasing Lucas down. It is worth trying to find.

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