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  • n. Plural form of freestyler.


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  • It's like the "freestylers" who think they were the first to figure out you can pedal a fixed gear backwards.

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  • Someone tell those 'freestylers' that Woody Itson, ca. 1983, wants his 'tricks' back!

    The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Competition

  • Who would have thought that these freestylers would not only later sell their work for hundreds of thousands of dollars but that they would have entire shows dedicated to them?

    The Writing Is on the Wall

  • Jean-Claude turned to greet me, and share about the little accident he had had along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, where he had had an inspiration while watching the young freestylers.

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  • But the mere sight of a swimmer doing mile after mile or lap after lap of butterfly in competitions otherwise teeming with freestylers garners attention of the sort that merely finishing an Ironman triathlon no longer generates.

    For the Athlete Who Has It All

  • Fixed-gear freestyle impresario and streetwear enthusiast Prolly reports that two pilgrims of pointlessness will now ride their fixed-gear freestylers from Vancouver to Mexico for some reason:

    Sustenance: We're All Cannibals

  • It's vitally important that the new generation of fixed-gear freestylers regards them as the pioneers they are instead of dismissing them as the creepy old guys at the party which is what they look like now.

    BSNYC Flying Funquist!

  • I wonder if fixed-gear freestylers also install their forks much more slowly and awkwardly than BMX riders do, since that seems to be their approach to the tricks.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • However, as you can see above, the big difference is that unlike the fixed-gear freestylers most of the ducks have girlfriends.

    Aftermath: The Calm After the Storm

  • Also, the fixed-gear freestylers' preference for wide bars could finally end the stubby dildo-bar craze, though at least one rider at "Midwest Mayhem" was keeping it real...short:

    Archive 2010-01-01


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