Humbled: Mike Levy vs Brendan Fairclough - Video

Oct 12, 2017
by Mike Levy  

There are many important lessons one should go through in life, but I'd argue that being humbled is probably at or near the top of that list. Being knocked off your high horse not only provides some valuable perspective, it's often also the best way to learn... just so long as you recognize that you've been taken down a peg or two, of course. Unfortunately, many of us seem to have a phobia when it comes to such things. As for myself, I've been humbled so often in my life that I've actually begun to look forward to getting owned, despite my dogged cocksure attitude.

And that's exactly what happened when Scott's Brendan Fairclough took me down a peg or five while riding together in the Whistler Bike Park.

Filmed and edited by Nick Van Berkel


258 Comments

  • + 426
 This was great, would love to see more walk-throughs and "tips from the pros" articles on PB
  • + 431
 The plan is for more of these Humbled videos... Levy VS a World Cup XC pro, a dirt jumper, pump track etc. In other words, more videos of me getting owned.
  • + 23
 Next time, Crab Apple hits.
  • + 52
 @mikelevy: How terrible for you, all those days out riding with awesome pros, try not to suffer too much.
  • + 20
 Definitely need more of this content!
  • + 4
 @mikelevy: awesome, can't wait.
  • + 8
 @mikelevy: This was well done. Great job!
  • - 9
flag cool3 (Oct 12, 2017 at 17:43) (Below Threshold)
 @mikelevy: Your video is encoded in HTML 5 and I can not watch it with any of my browser. Can you re-up in a more "standard" format (like the other vids featured on PB)?

Thanks!
  • + 2
 @mikelevy: Problem solved, thanks!
  • + 2
 @mikelevy: Great idea man...
  • + 2
 Can’t wait @mikelevy:
  • + 10
 @mikelevy: i could probably find ya an old geriatric chrome wheelchair to use.

wanna try droppin in a vert ramp?

what could go wrong?:

lol.

all kidding, cool idea for a web series.
  • + 19
 @mikelevy: "Good rider getting trained by great rider" = perfect formula for core audience here at PB. Keep 'em coming!
  • + 1
 @cmkneeland: how about rampage
  • + 6
 @mikelevy: Great vid. Could you do a few slow mos so us muppets can really see the technique used by said pros. Seeing BF technique in slow mo around that last corner would be great.
  • + 43
 Brendan is honestly such a great coach! I learned a ton from this... and I got a laugh at Levy's expense. Win win.
  • + 3
 Great stuff Pinkbike, more of this please! =D
  • + 3
 @mikelevy: Moar! And thank you!
  • + 5
 Great video, loved the section at 7:30, "no" enough said.
  • + 3
 Really good stuff. I picked up some excellent tips drom Brendan. Obviously not his first time coaching. Let's have more of this.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: That was very awesome guys! Coaching tips from a pro in a really cool format. It is also nice to kind of hear him talk without being interviewed, felt like if I was there...
  • + 1
 This was one of my favorite PB articles. Thanks for making things like this happen Mike.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: Thanks for representing the everyday rider.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: This was amazing! I could watch it all day long! More please!
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: This was probably the single most insightful video I've watched on PB! In just 12 minutes I learned a lot of simple things I can easily keep in mind when this mere mortal rides. I love it! Great stuff. Your idea for more of these types is brilliant.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: Beers for lessons from the pros sounds like a great trade. That was a great video.
  • + 1
 Are we gonna watch Mike turn into a "super ripper?"
  • + 2
 @TuTh-rider: agreed, but let's be honest. Levy is well beyond the every day rider!
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: What about just more of this? Don't need to diversify so much yet! Smile
  • + 5
 @mikelevy corner lesson with Ratboy would be amazing.
  • + 3
 @mikelevy: This was awesome! Brendog is an awesome teacher!
  • + 1
 @jossrennocks: You can slow mo it, watch it on youtube, change the setting of "speed"
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: talk about cheap coaching... I'll buy beer for a pro coach anyday! Enjoyed that keep em coming Mike!
  • + 156
 Always look far ahead, that way you get scared earlier
  • + 44
 Ha! That's a funny way to look at it and true.
  • + 2
 Works every time! Haha
  • + 2
 That's why so much of this is in your head. If you don't go into it with confidence thinking you can do it, you wont! Of course you have to have the riding skill set inside you as well or this doesnt turn out very well....lol
  • + 3
 @pigman65
I logged in just so I could thumbs that up.

That is officially my quote of the day.
  • + 1
 What ??? with the state of my eyesight, it's a comfort #tree
  • + 2
 @mikelevy: I like that it's ok to admit to being scared time to time.
  • + 54
 Mike, let's go hit some jumps and talk shit
  • + 41
 I don't know if you could handle my freeride heat Wink
  • + 48
 Great work Mike, fun and light video and would like to see more of this content. Brendan is a great coach too ! Let's all learn to ride better as well instead of reading reviews all the time ...
  • + 8
 Hey it's not all reviews. I read press releases too.
  • + 50
 Do one with Bryceland, figuring out what he is saying would be the best part.
  • + 0
 Bwahahahahaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!
  • + 3
 He'll give us a hard time. Maybe with subtitles then?
  • + 42
 "Tire is good at braking or good at turning, but not both at the same time" -- brilliant.
  • + 2
 But why?
  • + 3
 I KNOW! I had never heard that before! Awesome advice and I have been around forever!
  • + 7
 @swamper1: Because science. I think we all know this deep down but have never actually heard it put in such a neat way (which should help us apply it). Shows that Brendan is a decent teacher. Having said that, I think it's a pretty universal rule in sports involving wheels. Choose the right speed before you hit the turn and you maximise your chances of not screwing up.
  • + 20
 @swamper1: google "circle of traction". Basically you can push your tyre in any direction up to a maximum force. That max force is the vector sum of lateral and longitudinal components though, ie any force you add to braking subtracts a certain amount from the available sideways grip.
  • + 1
 @Socket: Good stuff. In my mind, the rotation of the wheel acts like suspension. Its the give that creates the grip. Stand next to your bike on loose ground, hold the bars as if you were riding and tilt the bike 45 degrees to the floor. Now push the front wheel away from you. Then do it with the front brake locked. I'll bet anything the front tyre breaks away under less force when you're braking. It's the rotational tolerance of the wheel that allows it to bite. This can be extrapolated to normal riding speeds.
  • + 2
 @swamper1: youtu.be/bBuNDLTWqtY
This is a useful video explaining traction on motorbikes. It touches on @socket's traction circle towards the end explaining it in a slightly different way.
  • + 2
 @iamamodel: great vid thx for sharing
  • + 1
 Understanding traction is vitally important....if your goal is to get faster
  • + 3
 It's even more helpful i think to think of it as a traction budget. A tire only has so much traction based on the tire, the surface, and the weight on it. You can spend your traction budget on braking, accelerating, or turning, but there's only so much traction. This helps you think of it as a continuous trade and not binary operations.

(I have a car racing background and that's how its often taught.)
  • - 2
 When you corner you are using your cornering knobs, but when you brake your bike "stands up" and uses the middle braking knobs. Thats what Brendan was trying to explain.
  • + 1
 Quick question, braking to reduce speed in a corner is apparently bad, but what about just a slight drag to maintain speed? preventing acceleration, so he would have entered both berms at the same pace and only accelerated out of the 2nd, compared to going slower into the 1st berm to allow for accelerating through both. Or is even a small drag to hold pace detrimental to traction?
  • + 1
 @Drover: I asked the same question of a WC DHer about a particular set of descending corners we both know well. He said when you have a corner that drops altitude and you know your exit speed will be too great if you just roll it, it's okay to drag the brakes. Just note that you won't be able to corner at the limit of traction because you are adding extra traction of braking (as TXBDan describes above). In my experience bikes won't 'stand up' under slight braking. If the choice is having to drag brakes to control speed during the corner OR not controlling speed through the corner and then panic-braking at the end - the last option means you just lost all your speed.
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 @Drover: Not always detrimental, in fact using a little of the rear brake *only* will cause a forward load transfer (of the combined rider/bike CoM, with moment arm length as the vertical distance to this CoM from the contact patch/es) which will increase front traction and decrease rear traction while the brake is applied. This can be useful to increase front grip beyond what would be possible by coasting alone (i.e. being completely off the brakes).

On flatter (i.e. less steep) corners it's common to have too much rear traction and not enough front traction, so the net cornering speed could potentially be faster if (for example) you used a faster entry speed and dragged the rear brake a little to keep the front wheel loaded. Of course if you decelerate too much then you'll be below peak cornering speed, but to answer your question, it's not always detrimental as some may imply.

Any brake dragging also causes decreased bump absorption and increased bump force transfer to the rider though (which means increased fatigue and potentially decreased overall performance in rough terrain), so it's important to apply this "advantage" sparingly.
  • + 1
 @uuuu: inducing oversteer, basically.
  • + 37
 Hahahahaha "euh, you ain't Sam Hill dude" Big Grin I m crying
  • + 26
 "No." Haha agreed.

That was awesome, in fact it was damn useful. Would love to see more PB editors get humbled on a variety of features.
  • + 37
 That wood he landed on is actually pretty skinny, too skinny for my liking. The plan is for more of these Humbled videos... Levy VS a World Cup XC pro, a dirt jumper, pump track etc.
  • + 3
 @mikelevy: Yes, an XC pro would be great... Nino Schurter would be great, but Jose Hermida would be much more fun!
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: How about Levy vs Overweight and skillless 52 year old ?
You can pay the flights Smile
  • + 19
 Great video Big Grin but does @mikelevy really ride like on his first attempts? Wasn't this staged a bit? Big Grin Anyway, awesome idea, keep the vids coming Smile
  • + 20
 Wink
  • + 15
 No way. It's the Brendog "Zero to Hero in a day" program.
  • + 19
 I'd love to be in that class... teaching trolls to ride a mountain bike.
  • + 4
 After what happened to your Santa Cruz lesson one is not to use the bike as a club.
  • + 12
 That's some of the best advice that any newer rider can learn from - don't brake in turns. I don't like seeing braking bumps in berms, because really, you shouldn't have to brake in one. Your tires have a lot of traction off the brakes.
  • + 14
 I hate that last berm; always flat and blown out. But I will try to remember those pointers the next time I ride it.
  • + 14
 "you're not sam hill dude" i need to remember to tell myself that a little bit more often sometimes
  • + 15
 It's good advice.
  • + 16
 Near the end he said it differently, "We're not Sam Hill." Even the man Brendog has to admit it.
  • + 10
 Everyone can get humbled: (1) Go to Whistler, (2) Ride for 10 minutes, (3) Get humbled by several packs of kids under the age of 13 or guys in their 50's, or women blowing by you, or dudes living in their cars to ride every day, etc.

It *IS* good for the soul - I wish more of the cocky riders on my local trails would get humbled... oh and drive slower on the shuttle roads. Turns out you're neither Semenuk the biker nor Semenuk the rally driver...
  • + 7
 A coach at a gym I used to go to always said something like "Somewhere in China, a little girl is doing warm-up sets with your one rep max." Same thing applies to most of us, in most of our sports. I've been windsurfing for over three and a half decades and have a lot of experience racing - and I'm always impressed by what the pros do that I can't. There's a lot of fun to be unlocked by just enjoying the learning. When I get back into mountain biking, I was stoked by the quick progression, and when that stalled, I started taking clinics. Every time I do one, the process of figuring something out that had eluded me before, and then applying that in my daily riding gets me stoked for weeks on end. That mindset has a really neat side effect - when I see kids I used to know as pre-schoolers clearing doubles on my local trails, and riders older than me seriously ripping, I get excited for them. Ego is the enemy of fun and progression, and being open to getting schooled is a good way to keep ego in check.
  • + 12
 Brendan is a sick teacher holy ! I would watch a full series of this . Totally usefull
  • + 1
 agreed, Brendan is great. Also check out Simon Lawton's materials. He is a fantastic coach.
  • + 12
 Can we trust any reviews Mike does now? The ones where he says the bike can handle high speeds on rowdy trails? :-)
  • + 8
 Cheapest pro clinic in history! My question for @mikelevy is are you riding like you always do or are you riding more in a fashion that makes the video have better content from coaching?
  • + 8
 Mike, who are we kidding? You don't need to ride with pros to be humbled. Pretty sure it happens daily on Vedder. All kidding aside, that was an awesome video. Keep it up.
  • + 9
 Maybe for the next "Humbled" video Mike doesn't stand in the middle of Double Black Diamond trails!
  • + 35
 I'm a noob and still learning the rules, sorry.
  • + 1
 Seriously, I was scrolling all the way down to finally come across a remark like this. I was constantly afraid someone would crash into you guys!

Brendan seems like a good and fun coach to have Smile .
  • + 2
 @vinay: each spot was relatively safe, I try my best not to get hit!
  • + 8
 BF is a top notch coach, let's just get more videos with him explaining how to not f*ck up all the things, please.
  • + 7
 Most definitely one of my favorite posts from Pinkbike in a long time. Great Vidoe!
  • + 8
 Who rides chairlifts in a half shell?
  • + 28
 I do. And Brendan.
  • + 8
 It's like gambling on a fart
  • + 1
 @steviestokes: One wrong move and you'll be in a world of hurt.
  • + 6
 Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael & Michelangelo
  • + 1
 @trickland: Because it was hot AF and we're just riding trail bikes casually. Also, when it comes to filming the audio and seeing our faces on camera, a full face makes no sense.
  • + 5
 this is amazing video, i actually can see how they really ride in real world! nothing edited just real riding. Now that kinda made me feel better for my self Big Grin
  • + 6
 I clicked thinking Brendan was going to do a review/paid advertising piece better then Mike.
  • + 4
 Really enjoyed this. Amazing to see how much speed can be squeezed from good techniques. Keep em coming Mike Brendawg your awesome teacher. Who needs apples when you got beer
  • + 5
 I’ve always wondered how Mike pronounced his surname. And I really didn’t expect it to be ‘Lee-vy’ and not ‘Le-vy’ I guess I’ve been humbled too. Haha
  • + 4
 haha Brendan Faircloaaff... "nearly".

Awesome teaching from Brendan, he's a top lad. Those flatter less supported berms always screw me, rad to see the difference. More please!
  • + 2
 Unbelievable how he railed that last one when you look at how everyone else hit it. I'd love to try and follow him on my local trails.
  • + 1
 Yes I also think those "simple" things like corners and braking make a real difference. Looking forward to use the advice while riding the local trails.
  • + 1
 @BenPea: We are lucky enough to have Shaums March teaching skills clinics here in Bellingham. I'm always amazed at how he is able to use dynamic loading to pump a turn on flat ground and create traction that way. Brendan is doing exactly that on that flat-ish loose corner.
  • + 5
 We no this guy can ride better than this but awesome video the comedy was on point.
  • + 2
 You can lead the tricks and pointers in world but if your whole posture and riding fundamentals are off then none of it matters. No rip row, no pro tips, no better bike, no amount of pump track is going to help until one identifies the proper weighting and posture on the bike. Since no coaches talk about this (other than one but I wont shill) people will just skim over this post and/or not really get it.
  • + 1
 That dropping of the outside leg can be a hard habit to change. I know in working on it that my challenge is that the actual position of the foot has very little to do with the effectiveness of the position. If you tentatively drop the outside foot but maintain your weight over the inside foot and the center of the bike I think it can destabilize you even more because that inside pedal won't support as cleanly in a raised position. Those times where I can get my hips outside, drive that inside leg into the corner, drop the frame so the seat is pushing into my inside thigh and commit my weight to that dropped outer leg I really feel those side knobs driving into the ground and way more control... it's just a strange thing to learn to trust. IME. Such rad advice and insight from Brendon. All of his points were super insightful and helpful things. I really liked and learned a lot from that. More please!
  • + 5
 That was brilliant, I feel like I owe Fairclough a few beers.
  • + 1
 One of the best biking videos I've seen. More please PB!

Having had some coaching from a couple of pros (Neil Donoghue and Al Bond) watching them demonstrate stuff is proper awe-inspiring.

Mr Levy ain't too shabby a rider either by the look of it!
  • + 6
 #ferdapros
  • + 4
 Eyes closed, H20 bottle open. There's being fast, and then there's being fast on camera. Way to hang in there, Mike.
  • + 4
 I pay for Spotify, Hulu, Netflix, Dropbox...this is far better and free! Thanks!
  • + 1
 Please tell me this is a wind up right? I mean there is no way a person that right reviews and articles on the leading MTB website is this damn slow and rides like an amateur normally?! This is written to be offensive. I'm serious. That was seriously amateur riding from a reviewer of high level bikes on a high level site... My trust in reviews has just diminished to nearly none... As annoying as knowing that dick Steve Jones writes reviews like he knows what he is talking about for Dirt.. he is a proper arrogant idiot.. don't trust anything he says either.
  • - 1
 Didn't proof read that in my frustration.. meant to say that is ISN'T written to be offensive...
  • + 4
 That was fantastic. I would love to see more of these.
  • + 1
 Awesome @mikelevy , actually picks up some tips from this vid which is cool

This was a free lesson with a Master, can't wait to see the next one !

what happened to tech Tuesday?
  • + 0
 Tech Tuesday has been retired, probably forever.
  • + 1
 We have Park Tool guy now !
  • + 2
 I realised that I've watched too many Jordan Boostmaster vids when I expected a sound effect when you fist-bumped...#forshame
  • + 1
 I laugh every time I hear that fist bump click. As cheesy as it is, it gets me every time.
  • + 1
 Inside foot up! It should be considered a basic technique yet so few do it. By smashing all your weight down on the outside pedal, you put the maximum amount of weight into your cornering knobs.
  • + 3
 Interesting. I've also been told by a pro rider that you don't necessarily want to start a corner with your outside foot slammed all the way. He recommended going into a turn with your feet in the 1 and 7 o'clock position. If you start to wash out, you can drop the outside foot the rest of the way causing the bike to stand up a bit and giving your nobs another chance to catch.
  • + 1
 @TheDustyRider: This. It's a timing thing. Dipping that pedal to the 6 o'clock position at the apex has been the key for me.
  • + 3
 @sixstringsteve: As a skier, the thing that really made that one stick for me was to think of it like loading up your outside ski through a turn and using it to launch yourself into the next one. Rhythm and weight transfer - once that clicked for me, I stopped thinking about where my pedals were, because they just naturally went where they needed to go.
  • + 1
 why no sunglasses? (this has been a topic of discussion amongst my group. we wear shades all the time, even on the trails at Whistler, instantly tags us at tourists but don't understand why locals don't).
  • + 1
 I am a fan of the sunglasses as well. I have rode without them and been fine, but also have rode with them and taken gravel to where my eye would be. I don't really want to gamble and crash into a tree when I panicked after taking something to the eye when not wearing eye protection.
  • + 1
 So many good points from Brendog and a great format. More of this please! I never thought about the bike "standing up" in the corner if you brake. I do it all of the time and it feels bad but I never knew why : )
  • + 2
 Nice video! Lots of good advice, which I will promptly forget. But maybe I can remember the "look up" part. Maybe.
  • + 1
 Awesome! I'm currently having Coaching, every point Brandan made my Guy bangs on about too. It's made me faster, safer and added tons more fun.
  • + 2
 Really enjoyed that. Looking forward to more.

"Schooled" would also be an apt title.
  • + 1
 I'd happily buy brendog a few pitchers of beer for some more of this great instruction. You're a lucky man Mike, and we appreciate you sharing the tips with us too.
  • + 1
 "how'd you like that Sam Hill line?" oh, if I had a nickel every time I said that.

@mikelevy the world needs more of this please.
  • + 2
 I feel like i am already a much faster rider from watching this at my desk! Really good video! Please keep them coming!
  • + 3
 So that's what your voice sounds like.
  • + 18
 Deep and soothing, right? Yeah.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy what size of altitude are you riding? Considering making a switch in the near future. I’m about 5’10 so on every size chart ever that puts me between sizes.
  • + 4
 I'm 5'10'' with weirdly long legs and arms, and the Altitude I'm on is a large and fits very well.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: thanks for the reply, looks like a sweet bike I ride a Spec. Enduro 26 M and it can feel a tad small at times, so I think sizing up the next bike makes sense. I am also ape armed!
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: Hey Mike, just wondering if there is a proper review of the Altitude coming soon?
  • + 3
 @Nicksen: The Altitude review would mostly just be rehashing what I said in the First Ride article, but there is a full review of the new BC Edition Instinct 29er coming up on the 28th.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy: both those bikes look sick, how does one choose? I’m intrigued by the idea of a long travel 29’er, but have always ridden smaller wheels.
  • + 1
 @scottziesman: yes, I'm intrigued about how the Instinct compares to the Altitude. I love my A70 but the Instinct BC edition looks super rad, too. Looking forward to the article.
@mikelevy: cool, thanks for letting us know. Just thought there might be ore of a 'long-term' review of the Altitude in the making.
  • + 1
 This was great Mike! Super informative without being a dry tutorial. Would love to see more of these!!!
  • + 0
 Thanks for this great content Pinkbike and Mike, My question is for Brendan, why is he not riding the stealth black Scott Genius?
  • + 1
 I would pay more than a pitcher of beer for riding lessons from Brendog. Smile
  • + 2
 Ditto on the "more of this type of video"
  • + 1
 Absolutely brilliant. Brendog is the very easy to listen to when instructing. Type of dude you want in your crew.
  • + 1
 @mikelevy you're doing great. stick with it. you'll get there. I'm proud of you. XOXO.
  • + 1
 I can climb Everest.
  • + 2
 Excellent tips - would love to see more!!!!
  • + 1
 Obviously the result of a brainstorming session... after a session #beeritisbiganditisclever Well done, great article !!!
  • + 1
 Brendog I've got at least a pitcher of beer for ya if you can teach me how to ride faster
  • + 2
 Brendog is awesome . Could watch him teach technique all day.
  • + 3
 Nice to see Levy again.
  • + 4
 Sup
  • + 1
 Why did this content show up on YouTube first? What ever I need to get back to work...
  • + 1
 because a video needs to be on YouTube before a link to a YouTube video can be posted..
  • + 1
 "Use your brakes. Don't think you're Sam Hill or Gwinny or whoever you think you are..." My new mindset everytime I ride.
  • + 3
 this is awesome
  • + 1
 When it is broken down mountain biking should be so easy. Brendog does a great job of breaking it down. So cool.
  • + 1
 Every sport I've ever been involved in has been the same this way - great coaching is always about cueing one thing at a time that makes a difference at that point - and then opens up the door for the next thing. Good coaches are brilliant at finding that one next thing you need right now, making it simple for you, and then progressing you from there.
  • + 1
 I rocked the inside lines often too instead of riding those berms, those bombed out brake rutted berms.
  • + 2
 Great vid. @mikelevy Curious, what Scott is Brendan riding?
  • + 1
 One that is appropriately named.
  • + 2
 That was friggin awesome! @mikelevy keep it up!
  • + 1
 Looking forward to more features like that one. Really enjoyed it--well done!
  • + 1
 More of these from the pros please, this is useful stuff!
  • + 1
 This is excellent content! More of the same, please!!!
  • + 1
 Awesome, more please. Sir.
  • + 0
 Didn't proof read that in my frustration.. meant to say that is ISN'T written to be offensive..
  • + 1
 This was way cool! More of these please!!!
  • + 1
 Friggin rights! I could watch stuff like this all day.
  • + 1
 Keith Code would like this video. ;-)
  • + 1
 wish i could be coached by Brendan for a day.
  • + 1
 That was superb, more of this please
  • + 1
 Would have loved to have seen these while whistler was still open
  • + 1
 this was very informative learned alot thanks! great content!!
  • + 1
 Screw riding schleyer in an open face.
  • + 1
 Awesome, stoked for the next one.
  • + 1
 More of this please, great stuff!
  • + 1
 7:35......."No". Lol, yeh, that's me right there.
  • + 1
 Sooooo good.... More please... Pretty, pretty please....
  • + 1
 Brendan is an awesome coach. That was a brilliant video.
  • + 1
 Guys that was deadly, more of this please. Learned a lot!
  • + 1
 This is totally cool, would love to see more stuff like this.
  • + 1
 Thoroughly enjoyed this video!
  • + 1
 One of the most entertaining segments I've seen in a long time.
  • + 2
 chef ramsay of bikes
  • + 2
 im humbled
  • + 4
 Me too.
  • + 2
 I'm BigTim, nice to meet you humbled. Badum tsss!
  • + 2
 @mikelevy: I got nuthin
  • + 1
 rad content, need more of this!!
  • + 1
 More!
  • + 1
 He is an amazing teacher
  • + 1
 Wtf
  • + 0
 Ride your bike! Have fun! Your not a Pro!!!!!
  • + 1
 I mumbled.
  • + 1
 Nailed it.
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