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best 24"/26" VIDEOS thread

Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by cmc, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. cmc

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  3. Cru Jones

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    There's already a thread like this.... it's called "The next level."
     
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    okay cool.... but that thread's not exclusive to 24"/26". (not that it matters).
     
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    Yeah, it shouldn't matter, that's why I posted that. If it's rad, it belongs in the next level, no matter the wheel size. I just don't like seeing the separation or distinguishment between the two. Street/Park/DJ riding on big wheels needs to be held to bmx standards for it to gain any respect.

    But, no worries. If people want a dedicated thread to big wheel vids, that's cool with me. It would be easier to find them here than scanning through the next level.
     
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    I'm going to agree with CMC. Sometimes I just want to see some real talent on big wheels. I already know I'll be blown away by most of the new stuff that is out for 20", but its nice to see quality 24"/26" and not some dude dropping off a 2ft retaining wall in front of his apartment. Just saying...
     
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    Matt Jamieson is pretty innovative, I dig his style a lot.
     
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