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Member since: 08/21/06
black pearl is awesome. always loved them
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Morgan killed this edit!
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I'm not Morgan Long's biggest fan (or anyone's for that matter,call me weird) but WOW,that was some good shit!
Elevation man , I remember when that kid pulled the first triple tailwhip , now that dudes getting some crazy elevation
I forgot.....Opinions and minds change. Maybe change yours? Doubt you'll be entirely the same person in 10 years than you are now.
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Great interview. Life is too short to care what other people think. Do what you love!!!
I can't believe this... So sad... Ride In Peace
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Dave mirra was the reason why I rode he's a childhood hero to me in for me to get a chance to meet him was honor in itself thank you Dave for the motivation I currently have the 2003 Haro mirra pro i won several trophies cash prizes
With the bike being out of commission now I'm going to try and make it run again after that I will ride that bike one last time
Unreal just unreal......... Dave was a beast on his bike, I'm a firm believer that when any riders bike is built and dialed in with time and love it takes on a certain soul and heart and becomes more then just metal and parts..... imagine the souls this man Dave Mirra has built up over the years... I grew up on turning on espnxgames as a14yr old in 96ish not knowing about haro and Hoffman anything yet seeing Dave rip shit up on yellow blammo 4 pegs gyro front brakes and kneesaver bars, I said right there that is the sickest shit I've ever seen IM DOING THAT!
Dave , I owe you soooo much thanks for changing my life then and solidifying my riding future to come You were a true savage on 2 pedals RIde in peace Man
From me and my brother and group of friends thank you Dave, your style was 100% Unique and Original and the Mirracle Boy and Nyquist was one of the best things I have seen and continue to see thank you you were one of the most humble people out there. When my little brother asked you for an Autograph at the Vans Triple Crown in Oceanside you asked him if he knew who you were and he said the guy that rode for Haro you brushed his hair and smiled. You will be missed the Boss Dave Mirra!
Watching Pat ride his ramp live is nuts. He is constantly working on new tricks and maneuvers that have never been done, it seems! He makes 180s over a spine as common as jumping it.
It's definitely an exciting time!
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There was a clip from Minneapolis in there! WOOO MN!
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Rode this Custom Ti frame a couple of years back http://iloapp.fortytwobmx.com/data/_gallery/public/9/1269779054_resized.jpg
Was about 18lbs or so and even though I still like my bikes pretty light that one was just too light.
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Ricky's bike would more than cover the national debt of a small country. But it is beautifully light and its his!
Taj once said that the weight of the bike doesn't necessarily have to be the lightest possible. It's gotta be an ideal weight for every person. Some riders may find it very difficult to ride a very light bike, and at the same time, these riders prefer heavier bikes and still ride comfortably ('heavier bikes' does NOT mean ride a tank, of course... unless you have the body of, say, The Rock)
I used to try to get the lightest bike possible, but that ended when I rode a friend's bike that was extremely light, and I just couldn't ride it properly! I even crashed on easy tricks! So instead I started seeking the perfect weight for me. I have today the perfect bike, and today I don't see myself going any lighter soon (or heavier), but this project is very cool indeed! By the way, thanks Taj, you were so right about it!
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