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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-04-2004, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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awesome stunt vid

http://www.teamoutermost.com/Videos/OMBreathe.wmv

Damn impressive.....

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Very cool, one of the best I've seen in years. Most others are your usual disturbed track and some guys trying to look all tough while doin a wheelie, these guys actually had personality bustin on each other and shit, and some choice tracks added in, not to mention great skillz, very nice. I'll actually save this one.




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That was an awesome vid! Very well put together!
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-04-2004, 05:27 PM
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DAMN! That was great. I was very impressed. Especially when a rider and someone not rider would do a stunt TOGETHER! And yes, great personalities and I enjoyed that they were just having fun and not trying to get their "balls" of hardcoreness into the shot.

PLUS THESE GUYS HAVE MAAAAAAD SKILLLLLLZ!

The guy without a shirt was just nuts! lol I mean no helmet, no short, no worries dude! (that's my Finding Nemo Turtle talk). I mean I would think he would want some protection like a thick, 100% cotton t-shirt like everyone else?!

(soundtrack wasn't bad either)

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they set the trends right now....everybody else just tries to keep up and duplicate.
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The guy without a shirt was just nuts! lol I mean no helmet, no short, no worries dude! (that's my Finding Nemo Turtle talk). I mean I would think he would want some protection like a thick, 100% cotton t-shirt like everyone else?!
Yeah, who knows what could happen at 3mph.

Stunts were cool at one time. Now the all the slow stunts are boring. I look at it like this.... At one time only a few guys could stunt and they actually got paid for doing stunt shows. Now every video, every stunter, are all the same, everyone that tries it can do it, maybe not the best but the all so common moves. What stunt crew can't stoppie? or what crew can't do a stand up? They all pull the same tricks over and over. Sure there are a few guys that rise above the rest but for the most part everyone is doing it. I couldn't count the number of videos and guys I've seen in person doing highway standups for miles stoppies and now all this slow stuff the euro guys have been doing for years already.

IMO real stunts on bikes are the ones only a very few people can do or would even attempt ever (The real crazy guys). Back in the day..Evil would risk his life jumping a huge distance with a POS bike. That was a real stunt and crazy at that. Even though he crashed alot and got injured, 1) He got paid and made a living from his motorcycle stunts. 2) There were very few copy cats out there. 3) He was famous all over the place. I'd like to see one of todays top dog stunters hop on a bike with crappy suspension and jump it over 135ft ramp to ramp. Too many wannabe stunters out there now and too many cheezy videos. Who needs to pay to watch the starboyz or any other crew when you can just watch the same stuff for free on any friday night those mad skillz are everywhere... lol.



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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-07-2004, 08:30 PM
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Videos like that are the only reason I crank my sound system on my computer!
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