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This rider can fly

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Manny, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. Serves him right for riding a two stroke (the bike rider I mean)
  2. It's always good to see people comming up with inventive new uses for tyres. Keep up the good recycling work people. All of us should give this a go at least once.
  3. How many points do you reckon he deserves?
    Degree of difficulty?
    Artistic interpretation?
    Just a thought.
  4. cunning stunt or stunning c.... hahahaha
  5. Am I stating the obvious in saying this is fake?
  6. No, I think we are all thinking that.
  7. sorry I spoke
  8. Sorry just doesn't cut it
  9. quick wheres dazza?!?!?! :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
  10. I wouldn't have picked it as so... bike stack looks real... assume if there was a rider, he'd either have nailed it into the tyres, or he'd go over the barrier... who knows.
  11. the bike seems to fit awfully nicely between the gap in the tyres (which if you look is the only gap in the whole wall)...
  12. The bike in the tyres looks real, but the rider has been superimpossed.

    Different focal points..

    Besides if the rider was on the bike when it hit the barrier he would be more flipped over then he is. At the moment he is actually more upright thenhe would have been on the bike.

    Maybe he has flipped 330 degrees!
  13. It looks real to me. The back wheel of the bike's off the ground. If I was the rider I would have tried to stand up before the impact. Better to fly over the barrier than to try going through it.

    If the bike didn't make it through, I doubt he would :)