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PEOPLE ARE AWESOME (Cycling Edition)

Grab a coffee and crank this one up to full-screen — the team from People are Awesome have put together a collection of cycling clips and it's, well, awesome.
You'll definitely recognize a few of the clips here, as Martyn Ashton's Road Bike Party videos are the source of many of the road bike stunts, but every other type of cycling is represented. Naturally there's lots of dirt jumping and BMX, much of it frankly jaw-dropping, but there's unicycle stunting too, and even a few seconds of drifting tricycles.
This is a great video to show your non-cycling friends if you want to amaze them with the things truly skilled riders are capable of.
Craziness! These people are straight up fearless
@troygreene84 Glad you like it!
BICYCLE. BICYCLE. I want to ride my bicycle!
Dude that one guy who launched off the ramp. SO MUCH AIR
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