Monday, September 24, 2007 9:57:11 PM
Crunchbite - Ricklionhart is a citizen of whatever country he is from. At the end of the day, I suspect this guy was breaking numerous laws in his country (France?) and that is where people get off saying he shouldn't do this.
Having fun is fine, but potentially putting others at risk through his own reckless actions is not cool. Now maybe he had full police approval, had closed off the roads and pathways and any people or cars seen in the clip were employees or had signed disclaimers, but whaddya you really think?
Monday, September 24, 2007 5:04:52 PM
This was actually pretty cool, considering he was doing BMX tricks on a heavier and much more powerful piece of equipment... But the way the movie was presented was really annoying. The camera hardly ever stopped skipping around and doing stupid, weird effects, and considering he wasn't doing anything just absolutely mindblowing the movie special effects were pretty pompous. Throughout the movie I got the feeling like the guy was trying to tell us how important he was and how he was the best at whatever he was doing. If he was the first, I respect him for that.
Monday, September 24, 2007 7:19:34 AM
Ricklionhart, all hail the police state, jackazz! Who the hell are you to say what people can and cannot do? It's people like you that make this world such a boring place to be. If people want to put their own lives at risk doing what they love, then it`s up to them, not to some middle aged do-gooder who`s just jealous because he doesnt have the balls to even attempt anything like this. Who, other than himself, was he endangering exactly?
On topic, that guy rocked. This stuff would be alot harder to do on a trials bike than a bmx because of the weight of the bike.
Ryan - thats not going to be that much different from riding over the top of anything else, If you can do one you can probably do the other.