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  • A bmx is a sq wheeled, exclusive subjected with a abdominal chest characterized for short-course cliff racing, convenience controllers or blossoming over and on technique obstacles. "do mainly drool scales as some of them were; as it is written, 'the limbs sat furthermore to include and and rose up to play'" (1 corinthians 10: 7).

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  • Its called a bmx bike, the awesome thing about them is that they are cheap, parts are cheap, and they can go like hell.

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  • Its called a bmx bike, the awesome thing about them is that they are cheap, parts are cheap, and they can go like hell.

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  • I would love to know what you are going to do with a mini bmx and a fish but I have no idea where to find either thing.

    TGIF

  • But, of course, we're not at movement speed with hip hop and bicycles, the mohawked kids on bmx bikes notwithstanding.

    Eric J. Henderson: Hip Hop and the (Near) Future

  • But, of course, we're not at movement speed with hip hop and bicycles, the mohawked kids on bmx bikes notwithstanding.

    Eric J. Henderson: Hip Hop and the (Near) Future

  • He's a former professional bmx racer, a lifelong skateboarder, and denizen of the public transportation system.

    Steven Mesler: The Best of Brooklyn Designs

  • There really are fixed gear riders who can ride almost as well as your average ten year old riding a bmx bike.

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  • If you watch enough fix trick videos you understand they're just bike bmx bikes with mtn tires.

    BSNYC Flying Funquist!

  • He's a former professional bmx racer, a lifelong skateboarder, and denizen of the public transportation system.

    Steven Mesler: The Best of Brooklyn Designs

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  • It's downright painful to add this word to an Olympics list *snoutpout*

    August 20, 2008

  • I've been watching it today and it's more exciting than (and to my mind at least as olympic-worthy as) tae-kwondo, baseball, most track cycling events, diving, synchro-swimming, synchro-diving, shooting, judo, tennis - I could go on.

    BMX is a great addition to the games, as is the 10k open-water swimming. Sports to scrap: football, basketball, baseball, softball, tennis. Any sport in which the olympics isn't the highest accolade.

    August 20, 2008

  • *trying to envision ancient Greeks, in giant kneepads and Darth Vader helmets, belting around a track (that nobody bothered to get the bumps out of) on children's bicycles*

    *struggling*

    August 20, 2008

  • I can imagine that, and in my imagination the Greeks are saying "Damn it all, this is fun (especially the Dath Vader helmets!)"

    August 20, 2008

  • Oh, bilby. If that's the standard you apply, there'd only be about ten or twelve Olympic sports at all. No volleyball, or beach volleyball. And no winter Olympics!

    On the plus side (for me and skipvia), archery would still be a keeper. Yeah!

    August 20, 2008

  • No beach volleyball? Promise?

    Could make way for rubber ducky regatta, no?

    I wouldn't be upset about the demise of the winter Olympics because Australia never wins anything, except when everyone else falls over!

    August 20, 2008

  • Ohhhhhh! What a race!

    But I do like to watch speed skating. :-)

    August 20, 2008

  • Ahaha, Steven Bradbury, what a champ!

    August 21, 2008