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2013-08-08 1:56 PM
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I can't even take a drink without getting freaked out, let alone no hands OR what she did.
2013-08-08 2:33 PM
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For a couple seconds there, I thought she was gonna do something like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pxVuqIoHBQ

2013-08-08 4:21 PM
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Originally posted by briderdt

For a couple seconds there, I thought she was gonna do something like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pxVuqIoHBQ

Dayum!

2013-08-08 5:56 PM
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This all looks like more stuff I'll never do. The list keeps growing.
2013-08-08 9:44 PM
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Wow, that is talented. I can't even take both my hands off the handlebars riding on the road.


2013-08-10 3:27 PM
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Heck, I'm intimidated by the thought of riding on rollers, let alone trying to perform something like that. That's impressive.

And I thought she was going to change a tire also, and was trying to figure out how as I was watching. It made sense petty quick though.
2013-08-11 6:16 AM
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Originally posted by briderdt

For a couple seconds there, I thought she was gonna do something like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pxVuqIoHBQ



Changing the motorcycle tire was much more impressive and dangerous.
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