Cardiff Bike Life Is... Different - Video

Sep 11, 2017 at 22:30
Sep 11, 2017
by Jack Slade  
 
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bigquotesWe don't know whether to laugh or cry, but here's something weird from Cardiff.Ed.

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Straight off the hills into the streets of Cardiff.

After following the staggering growth of the city #BikeLife movement over the past five years, Ajay and I headed into Cardiff to meet the top boys running the scene. These guys ride day in, day out, dedicating their lives to the back wheel. They split public opinion, however, with them promoting peace and riding bikes over violence and knives through Instagram and hashtags it's becoming more and more difficult for people to focus on the negative side of pedalling.

#LETSAVEW #CardiffBikeLife

This image is 100 certified not photoshopped it s real it really says this I promise... LETSAVEW
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183 Comments

  • + 160
 I'm one of the riders from this video , for your information not one bike we ride around on is stolen, we're trying to make something out of nothing, you may not like what we do or you may like what we do, we all ride bikes at the end of the day, different ways, different styles but we're all into the same things, so don't mock us for what we're doing
  • + 28
 Good lad!... and well put. Would have been so easy for you to come on here and lose the rag with all the negativity flying about. Keep doing what you're doing. Wish I had some of your wheelie skills!!
  • + 8
 You are right. Today everything is about images, and this is different image. But wearing helmets should be the minimum, at least for the video. I myself fell on my head when cycling often enough to recommend that.
  • + 2
 Right on! I'm just happy to see you guys on bikes period. And as any bike lover knows, stolen bikes suck. I'm sure you guys are on the right side of the fence on that issue. Keep having fun!
  • + 10
 Well said mate. I loved the video and respect what you are doing massively. I also need to up my wheelie game big time! It is just a shame that there are more Daily Mail readers on here than I expected.
  • + 3
 Good on you boys.... Keep it up .. hope I see out round town..
  • + 4
 Fair play to you, I think this is brilliant. You should hook up with 50to1.
  • + 3
 Keep doing your thing and ignore all the old farts with their seatposts stuck up their asses. That was refreshing.
  • + 2
 it's dope! sth fresh and not even moderately enduro!
  • + 1
 Good on you lad. Fuck the haters.
  • + 4
 @cxfahrer: I like and recommend helmets too, especially when hooning...(I've used themt to save my own skull)

That said, f% the helmet police, let people ride however they want. Plus, telling people who don't want to wear one probably just makes them resist it more. One day they'll have a career and maybe a family and will decide it's worth it, but badgering is almost never convincing (and keep in mind, I fundamentally agree that it would be a good idea to wear one)
  • + 1
 fckin respect pal
  • + 1
 Looks like the bike life movement happening in the eastern metro cities here in the states. Google "SE Philly ride out"
  • + 1
 @cxfahrer: My only problem with the video was they weren't wearing helmets. I know it's not the law and skaters and BMXers don't but brain damage ain't pretty.

(Old man rant over)

PS I wish I could wheelie half as well as these guys.
  • + 3
 Respect mate, this video is wicked. No bullshit with expensive trips to far flung destinations with inordinate amounts of slow mo thrown in, just a group of lads having fun on their bikes in the city. Keep doing what you are doing and fuck the keyboard warriors.
  • + 1
 @davek86: How are you guys called?
The Wheely Kings?
Cheers
  • + 85
 Think a lot of you have missed the point. All I see is a guy from Intense UK trying to get a bunch of kids from a deprived area stoked on riding bikes.... is that so bad?
  • + 27
 Yes mate, finally some common sense and open mindedness.
  • + 26
 Yo... some ones got it. Nice one ✌️
  • + 5
 @Ajayjones: you could have done a better job of explaining this, either in the intro or the bid itself.
  • + 4
 @clamps81: Funny how knee-jerk reactions are always negative though isn't it?
  • + 16
 The exact same situation is replicated across every city in the world.... kids with energy and creativity who don't know what to do with themselves. So rather than writing them off as hooligans and thiefs, shouldn't we try to encourage and guide them? I'm doing my bit ( www.netcomtb.co.uk )... what about the rest of you?
  • + 4
 @martino: yes yes yes !
  • + 2
 Absolutely correct fella! PB should start a fund raiser to organise days out at the bike centres for these lads and see if we can get them into proper mountain biking next!
  • + 2
 Not as bad as a rap song that talks about wearing track suits
  • + 37
 "We don't know whether to laugh or cry, but here's something weird from England. - Ed."

Wales. Cardiff is in Wales, not England.
  • + 7
 How to get Welsh PB users on board. Still, at least you and the other parts of the UK get to choose to use your own flag, more than PB can manage for the English.
  • + 38
 You're all Brits, sincerely yours, The Irish
  • + 6
 @Nahguavkire: north or south? #oohburn
  • + 4
 @ctd07: Northern Ireland ain't in Britain. It is in the UK though. Confusing I know...
  • - 1
 @metaam: redbaronmulisha about 5 comments up from you has the St Georges cross. So ease off the 'we're being discriminated against' and less'it's not fair'
  • + 4
 @JOHN8LAZE: It's a Northern Irish flag.
  • + 3
 @ctd07: South obvs lol.
  • + 3
 @JOHN8LAZE: I think you misconstrued my comment, I don't feel I'm being discriminated against, or that it's not fair, more looking for positives for the Welsh contingent after PB stated that Cardiff is in England, and by the way, that's a Northern Irish flag.
  • + 27
 It seems a bit unclear what you're trying to put across here.
  • + 40
 Hoodlums , toerags or just everyday estate kids who are following a bike scene rather than robbing and stabbing each other , good on them !
  • + 23
 I agree that this is a strange and pointlessly short clip, but i in no way see anything to hate on, this is a good thing, i bet these are guys you could approach for help and not a group you'd have to avoid, just a bunch of guys that enjoy urban riding, as i did 20 years ago in my own town. As for the knee jerk bellends who are shocked and offended by everything, no helmet, their problem not yours, lighting a spliff outside in the daytime, big deal, i saw no mockery of the security people as some dickhead tried to suggest they did and i don't care if they shop at Lidl, why do you? And damn they are good at wheelies. Peace to you guys, keep on riding and loving it, f*ck these f*ckwit commenters, they probably don't have half the skills you have, have less fun on their bikes and their friends are boring, if they even have any.
  • + 26
 Rob Warner must've slept around a fair bit in Cardiff
  • + 3
 lol
  • + 23
 The amount of closed minded negative comments in here is insane. Kids popping wheelies, wow hardcore thugs! The class divide in the UK is no joke. Frown
  • + 19
 Not a helmet in sight, sparking up a joint, making a mockery of 'security' people. Is this really the image mountain biking needs to portray?

I'm sure it's a great project with many success stories but this isn't content PinkBike needs to feature or witness.
  • + 12
 Are you Victor Meldrew?
  • + 9
 Mate, I guess PB is a site for people who already has an image of MTB! Sure this is not content for the olympics opening but every sport has it´s outlaw edits and this is far better as role model than Grand Theft Auto, Jackass and a lot of other controversial content. Just check out The Art of Flight for example when they shoot propane tanks and set a part of forest on fire... Do you openly complain about this things too?
Just a bunch of talented yobz having good times and creating neat content. By the way, smoking weed is quite widespread nowadays and this is one of the first times PB opens the sewer to show bikers in this aspect. I´m pretty sure there´s a lot more at every level I wonder if there´s anybody willing to face it. Interviews with supporters and detractors, surveys or timed laps.
  • + 4
 How do you know it was a joint unless you have experience? Looked like a roll up to me.....
  • + 18
 If they were riding Santa Cruz bikes with 50to1 stickers on it would you say the same things ?
  • + 8
 would you still have a problem if they showed them cracking a beer rather than sparking a J?
  • + 4
 Watched the video twice, just trying to spot this mockery of security guards. Are you talking about the part where he is sitting in his bike, near some security guards?
  • + 9
 @redbaronmulisha OOOOOOOO shit no!!! First ebikes now this??!?!?! How can I live my comfortable little existence with this put in front of me???? How dare pinkbike give a platform to deprived kids just trying to find any form of self esteem beyond violence and their crappy upbringing?? If only we all ignored those less privileged than us.... how the world would be a better place!!!

Having grown up in gang land moss side, with guns, drugs and violence being as common as sliced bread it is a f*cking miracle that I am where I am now. ANYTHING that detracts people in deprived inner city communities from the daily shit show that is their life is something we should be actively supporting. Have you ever considered that they might not be able to afford helmets? Or that the things they were smoking look pretty damn like a cigar and a cigarette? Or that they did nothing illegal, did not endanger anyone, and didn't actually mock security people? Or maybe even if they did, that they might have done it because those same people probably chase and beat their asses pretty regularly? Just because something does not fit your privileged ideal of what people should be aspiring to doesn't invalidate it, it just highlights your privilege. If these kids are not stabbing each other, they're doing a damn sight better than a lot of people in their situations and they should be praised. All power to them.
  • + 1
 @seboto: Ha spot on, bud. There are PLENTY of top level athletes smoking weed. Obviously they're not reefer heads, but more people than you would think (many a spandex wearer) enjoy the occasional smoke of the devil's lettuce.
  • + 22
 The syndicate behave worse with their drunken antics...
  • + 0
 well said
  • + 3
 AND WE LOVE THEM FOR IT
  • + 0
 except theyre usually on an actual mountain
  • + 16
 so many useless wankers here making negative comments, no its not a stolen bike

enduro-mtb.com/en/ajay-jones-intense-tracer-bike-check

y'all a bunch of losers who have too much money for fancy bikes and shit skills.
  • + 10
 I think that we all have differant views if everything and as we know, people have strong views about 29'ers, ebikes, riding on wet trails, bottle cages etc etc etc etc etc. Sometimes its about presentation. Those guys have a lot of skills. But equally, alot of people here do have a lot of money and nice bikes. Or just no money because they do have a nice bike! That does not make them losers. My immediate perception of the video was that it was a bit yobish and full if chavs. Clearly that is a view shared. I see through that and see the skills though but its how it is presented. No one thinks your cool for kicking signs and staring down securtiy guards. Its a bit sad and also disrespectful. I used to ride street and trials and the art to not getting a hard time is not to piss people off. If you self generate a hard time from guards and the 5-0 then you ruin it for yourself and the MTB brand as a whole. The reason that everyone thinks the Intense is nicked is because you adhere and have played up to a very specific stereotype. Keep up the skills. Present them differantly. You could have got a totally differant reaction to this.
  • + 1
 @ilovedust: Solid privileged middle class response to this video. Bro, they don't care about your opinion, or anyone else's on here for that matter. You think they're doing this for you?? They're doing this because it gives them some self esteem and it distracts them from the crap they have to put up with every single day, including being told how to be better at being themselves by privileged fools like you. Did you grow up in a gang land where you're constantly pressured to assert your masculinity by taking down others in your community? If so, did you have the balls to stand up to that pressure and say no, and find something else to throw yourself into instead? If no to any of these questions then you haven't got a clue what you're talking about. These lads are trying to build a better life for themselves, and if you can't see the value in that then it shows how ignorant your life really is.
  • + 1
 @blahblahbikes: how funny that you should make your rightous comments assuming you know something about me. I did stand up for myself and work my balls off and I have made something of myself so dont give me your lecture 'bro'.
The difference is that having worked my nuts off and seen the wider world, I get to see it from many perspectives rather your narrow minded 'Im so hard done by' one.
I have learnt the hard way. I know what gets respect. Dont come waving your middle class brush at me. The differance between us is that I embrace everything for what it is and the effort in it. You are just being narrow minded and that annoys those of us that put the graft in.
You clearly failed to read my comment as it reflects their skills and effort, I just feel it came across badly. The point here is that it was a film so it was DELIBERATELY produced to be like that - hence my last sentence. Oh and if they werent 'doing it for me', why did they make a vid and stick it on Pinkbike, a worldwide site?
And by the way, I know exactly what Im talking about. I would be very surprised if you or they have seen or can imagine the suffering, misery and hardship I have seen.
My top tip to you matey is never make assumptions.
  • + 2
 @blahblahbikes: plenty of people here grew up an rode bikes in shady council estates pal.
An we made our lives better by staying out of trouble an working hard.
Not acting like chavs an doin wheelies around multi storey car parks.........
  • + 17
 where all your stolen bikes end up............
  • - 1
 Only watched the whole thing to see if i could spot my bike that was stolen in Cardiff.
  • - 2
 Bang on there mate ????
  • + 1
 Uncalled for. Either a bad joke which perpetuates stereotypes, or you're making assumptions about people based on their appearance/image/whatever. Either way, you're a douche.

Nojzilla, you're a Nob Zilla. LOL (made myself laugh, that's all that matters)
  • + 1
 @blahblahbikes: if stereotypes weren't true they wouldn't exist...........
  • + 7
 "Solid privileged middle class response to this video"
Whats that you where chatting about stereotypes???
  • + 1
 @blahblahbikes: ....LOL ,O)
  • + 12
 Ok that was chav as. Dont really know what it was promoting and what a Lidls hash tag has to do with it but they do have skills I am very jealous of. They are also pulling it off on Carraras (other than one Intense) and that is as unpretentious as it gets.
Its not new. We used to do that 15-20 years ago around another unamed city (on our 1x hardtails).
BMX bandits and skaters dont wear lids so in that respect its not much differant.
It challanges our perceptions of our sport but is that a bad thing - even if all I could think of was a bit of Goldie Looking Chain.
Oh and top tip to non Brits. England is an actual Country. Wales is an actual Country. So is Scotland and Northern Ireland. Calling Wales England is like calling Canadians Mexican.
  • + 11
 Too many politicians on here today. Bikes are about having fun however you ride them.
Just because they haven't bought a 6k (it was £500 if the wife asks) bike that they'll never get the brakes warm on.
f*ck sake it's about doing what you love with your mates give them a break
  • + 11
 I'm just trying to work out what that hashtag actually means. Lets ave w? Lets avew? Let save w? Lets av ew (slightly ironic given all the welsh sheep jokes...or maybe that's the point)?
  • + 4
 I think its Lidls new range of clothes. Seriously.
  • + 13
 why is Pinkbike putting this dross on the front page?
  • + 43
 After e-bike week they're seeing how far they can push it.
  • - 6
flag deadmeat25 (Sep 12, 2017 at 2:12) (Below Threshold)
 I think that overtime i see EWS in a title.
  • - 18
flag RedBurn (Sep 12, 2017 at 2:26) (Below Threshold)
 pure garbage !! intense tracer for street riding, im crying
  • + 17
 @RedBurn: I doubt he uses that bike purely for street riding, do you honestly think he does? Or are you just a vacant c*nt with nothing else to say? Forget that, everyone on here already knows that's all you are.
  • - 3
 i know
  • + 26
 It's refreshing to see something like this on Pinkbike instead of the usual squillion dollar bike review or dudetastic endurothon that mere mortals couldn't afford if they sold their vital organs. Every sport has an underbelly, motorsport has it's fair share of urban freestylers and boy racers. Often the ragged arse of a sport is what drives the top tier, it provides raw talent. BMX, skateboarding, motocross and many other extreme sports have classic examples of this. To all the haters who are quick to accuse these riders of being thieves, bike theft happens, it happened to me, it's happened to you, get over it. You see a tracksuit and your sphincter tightens, that's understandable given what you've invested in biking. I see riders like this riding junk bikes just as well as they do in this video, it sounds like a lot of people here can't hold a wheelie and smoke a blunt at the same time bruv.
  • + 0
 Because it isn't dross?
  • + 1
 because it's stoked kids on bikes...you know, the future of our sport?

Also showing how bikes are fun in different ways to different people?

PB commenters: "bikes are too expensive!" then "oh no kids are having fun riding in an urban setting on cheap bikes" (ok that intense ain't cheap lol)
  • + 11
 But these guys aren't on 4k bikes how can they have so much skill Wink
  • + 7
 So many people on here that don't understand a different walk of life and especially the Welsh "sub genre" of that walk of life, I'm a council estate boy and damn proud too, I work and own two amazing expensive bikes, give these lads a chance eh?
What I'm trying to say is that there seems to be a lot of middle class f*ckwits on here ????????
  • + 6
 Love this. Young lads from the wrong side of the tracks will always find an outlet for their energy. Better that the energy is spent on wheelies and manuals than robbing, stabbing or other less positive outlets. I grew up in the 80's in Luton when football hooliganism was in it's heyday - riding bikes was probably the thing that stopped me following several close mates into the casual scene and then jail. Fair play to Ajay for this piece and showing that dicking round on bikes, any bikes, is something that can be a great leveller between people. f*ck me that sounded deep (like your mum).
  • + 9
 what's everyone so bent up about? smoking weed and riding wheelies... isnt that what we all do?
  • + 8
 In Australia, popping a mono without a helmet would get you more gaol time, then a Muslim Terrorist.
  • + 4
 Blame your borderline ultra right winged government
  • + 9
 They're pretty good at wheelies !
  • + 4
 There's too many politicians on here.
Bikes are about having fun no matter how you choose to ride them
Just because they don't have all the gear and a 6k (it was £500 if th wife asks) bike that they can't ride or will ever get the brakes warm on.
Give them a break it's about doing what you love with your mates.

#WHATONEARTHISLETSAVEW
  • + 3
 There is a younger equivalent of this in my neighbourhood and seeing one of those idiots purposely wheeling 50cm from my 8-month pregnant wife did not make me think that any positives could be drawn. On the other hand, if boroughs invested some money on pump tracks or something like that people might find out that there is more fun to be had focusing on something somewhere rather than being a moving nuisance
  • + 7
 Dude that was one youngster, and now you hate them all, even this group which didn't ride anywhere near your wife, good point about the councils building features for people to ride, but what was the point in the rest of your post?
  • + 1
 @deadmeat25: I had many encounters of that type, and that was the worst one I remember. In my area there are a lot of green areas where youngsters can cycle, but instead of that there is a fair amount of them that like to play chicken with pedestrians.

Next time will open with a comprehensive list
  • - 1
 @fetmistos: I think you are prone to exaggeration and should wind your neck in.
  • + 3
 @deadmeat25: And I am the one misjudging here, apparently
  • + 5
 'Promoting peace and riding bikes over violence and knives through Instagram'

Lighting up a joint in the middle of town, brilliant example to set, true Samaritans. #bellend
  • + 29
 f*ck me, call the fire brigade.
Who's causing more trouble, these lads or the c*nt who'll be walking around town with a can of stella after darkness starting on random passers by?
#hashtagsaregash
  • - 4
flag allbiker (Sep 12, 2017 at 0:58) (Below Threshold)
 All they are is annoying fu#kers on stolen bikes. If they see you on decent bike first question is "bro how much is worth " or "con you wheelie " And Cardiff is in Wales (Capitol) not England !
  • + 6
 @allbiker: I take it you've met them.
  • + 4
 @BenPea: I live in Cardiff and see them every day in town or in my work (bicycle mechanic in two shops)
  • - 5
flag BenPea (Sep 12, 2017 at 1:46) (Below Threshold)
 @allbiker: So what's Ajay trying to do here? Isn't his aim to make these annoying f*ckers less annoying? Or is he just supplying them with better bolt cutters?
  • + 2
 @BenPea: Over there they call Stella a wifebeater,and if they just drink half of it it's called a bitchslapper.
  • + 1
 Oh, and you can't neg prop what you can't understand.
  • + 1
 @BenPea: Wasn't me man Just finish my work.
  • + 0
 @BenPea: Compering to them I'm working. I'm not saying they all bad, but they made bad reputation for cyclist ! Why are you protecting them , are they your mates ?
  • + 5
 Did you just equate sparking up a joint to violence and knives?
  • + 0
 @allbiker: Just trying to be positive about stuff that is ultimately positive. There's a hell of a lot of hasty conclusions being made here. All debunked by others more eloquent than me. These chaps are heading in the right direction, hopefully.
And I have Welsh connections. Don't know if that's relevant.
  • + 1
 Copied and pasted this from above, because I can't be arsed to explain this again. You sir, are a #bellend.

Solid privileged middle class response to this video. Bro, they don't care about your opinion, or anyone else's on here for that matter. You think they're doing this for you?? They're doing this because it gives them some self esteem and it distracts them from the crap they have to put up with every single day, including being told how to be better at being themselves by privileged fools like you. Did you grow up in a gang land where you're constantly pressured to assert your masculinity by taking down others in your community? If so, did you have the balls to stand up to that pressure and say no, and find something else to throw yourself into instead? If no to any of these questions then you haven't got a clue what you're talking about. These lads are trying to build a better life for themselves, and if you can't see the value in that then it shows how ignorant your life really is.

Also, how do you know it is a joint? Pause the video and look, one is clearly a cigarette, the other is a cigar or a maaaasive blunt, you can't tell. Did you never drunk under age? What's the difference? Hypocrite.
  • + 1
 @allbiker: Take your ignorant ass away and put the carbon in your body to better use. The carbon in you would make a nice frame that would bring more to his world than your existence.

Too far? Maybe, but I'm sick of knob heads jumping to conclusions like this, I've had to put up with it for too long and THAT is too far. If you don't like my comment check your own behaviour first, your ignorance and eagerness to jump to conclusions is no better. Haste mongers like you got the nazis in power.
  • + 4
 coolest vid ive seen on this site for a while!!watched it twice made me smile twice!Thats how we ride in the hood......on one weel!!!!
  • + 5
 Sick wheelies to be fair, those for plant tight spinny ones must have a use on the trail?
  • + 2
 They have ZERO respect on the roads.... My friends wife who was pregnant got knocked over by them as they wouldn't give way. They're just dickheads who can't afford motorbikes.... And they just give cycling a bad name.
  • + 1
 Am I the only one who would love to see a PB edit of some 12 O clock boys from Baltimore or where ever? Those kids could help w some wheelie lessons. I think its cool to see some of the different angles and approaches to the sport.
  • + 2
 Good examples. Need more of that in kids. Pro athletes play their sport from birth until death, as with many professions. Complain about that, and you're already losing to them.
  • + 4
 Spot on mate ????
  • + 3
 Interesting that the header for this video has been changed. Not got the response you were expecting?
  • + 0
 Oops. Meant to + that. Thought I was odd that that changed it the moment they realised their post was going down in flames.
  • + 3
 What I'm more interested with is why the rear wheel is different colour on that intense ? Wink
  • + 3
 That was wheelie good, i watched it while i was changing oil in my Cardiff.
  • + 3
 Mandem on bikes innit bruv
  • + 2
 So many salty middle-aged dentists in the comments who can't pull dem sick wheely ting innit.
  • + 4
 GET OFF MY LAWN.
  • + 6
 the young people of Cardiff need your lawn to deliver their anti-knives message and do wheelies. Are you anti-anti-knives?
  • + 2
 I like shiny things.
  • + 2
 @phile99: The woman was asking for a new knife set. Would these fine young gentlemen be the dealers of such knives?
  • + 2
 All this hate because they can ride a bike and the salty middle aged men on expensive bikes can't
  • + 4
 Mans got skillz innit
  • + 2
 Hells yeah! Get it Cardiff Bike Life! F the haters.
  • + 3
 I like bumming sheep
  • + 1
 Without watching the video I will assume they are all likely to be dickheads.
  • + 0
 You are correct, they are.
  • + 6
 @steviestokes: After two comments i've come to the conclusion that you are the dickhead mate.
  • + 2
 @steviestokes: lol. Jealously gets you nowhere in life stevie boy
  • + 2
 @Ajayjones: not at all. Just maybe I missed the context of the video. Nothing wrong with promoting riding. It just doesn't seem to have been translated in the vid, that's all.
  • + 0
 @steviestokes: what have you got yourself into ????????
  • + 1
 man all of u should just ride unicycles lol create an act and take it on the road to make some $$$.
  • + 2
 WTF is this tripe?! Why is it on Pinkbike?!
  • + 18
 Oh yes because Pinkbike is just a place where you can post your gay lunchtime ride route isn't it you stiff cunt.
  • + 1
 lovin this video!watched it twice and smiled twice!This is how we ride in the hood.......on one wheel!
  • + 1
 So... Someone watched this - youtu.be/k3Zpn1d9G50 - and decided it'd be a good idea to copy it?
  • + 2
 All hardtails and one intense bought at 90% off from PB's monthly deals.
  • - 3
 Naw, that intense is fresh off the boat. www.intensecycles.com/bikes/tracer
  • - 2
 @siderealwall2: does that matter? Aren't they always on sale?
  • + 1
 @bonfire: I wish they were! The 2018 models are still selling for MSRP 150 miles in every direction of me.
  • + 1
 what did the wheelie guy became ?? the one dude that walked on bus' sides ??
  • - 2
 PinkBike please take this down. Those lads are known troublemakers in Cardiff. The riding in the video is mainly in a private car park (Dumfries Place) where cycling is banned, on Queen Street where cycling is banned due to pedestrian/bike interface incidents and the bit down the pedestrian ramp to the underpass is also a no cycling area. We have a big problem with (mainly) youths tearing around the busy areas pulling tricks and causing a nuisance and creating bad anti-bike feelings. I have personally seen these lads and their friends causing trouble cutting through traffic while riding dangerously and being a proper bunch of idiots.
  • - 7
flag deadmeat25 (Sep 12, 2017 at 3:45) (Below Threshold)
 You make me want to give up on humanity. Do you work in health and safety?
  • + 0
 "Hey guys, look my 10k Intens Enve motorcycle, follow me on your crappy ass hardtails !"
  • + 2
 bikes are fun
  • + 1
 This article was a frigging great idea!!!
  • + 2
 Tom Jones init
  • + 2
 Um
  • + 2
 wtf are you on about
  • + 2
 Letsavew????????????????
  • + 0
 Yeah boyyy✊️
  • + 0
 Only thing I could think of after was "f*ck yeah".
  • + 1
 Quality
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 That's where my bike went. Can you get it back for me Ajay?
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 I think I like the song more than the biking.
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 Degradartion.
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 Haaaaaa !!! Fucking Hooligans . I love it. ...And I just said fuck!
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 I watched 10 seconds of it and the shit music made me turn off
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 yup me too. can't stand the "music".....it takes no talent to "record" a bunch of electronic beats.....
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 Anyone Around Cardiff Had There Intense stolen? Think Ive Found It
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flag CONomad Plus (Sep 12, 2017 at 0:40) (Below Threshold)
 First thing I thought too, bunch of budget bin hardtails and then one shiny new dentist's special edition intense rolling on enve rims? One of these things is not like the other ones!
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 It's Ajay Jones Intense Factory U.K...

He'll race you if you fancy it ?
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 Bunch of Chavs just looking for new ways to be antisocial idiots and disturb the general public/road users - get out to the forests and off road!
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 f*ck the general public and 70% of road users are morons
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