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Video: Mountain Biker Gaps the Tour of Utah Road Race

Aug 20, 2019
by Berin Klawiter  
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Danny Fendler 21 years old jumps over a peloton of racers on Empire Pass during the sixth stage of the Tour De Utah.


Road cyclists race up Empire pass in Park City for the final stage of Tour of Utah, meanwhile, freerider Danny Fendler, 21 years old is aiming for a different finish line. A short dirt landing sits a few hundred feet in front of him as a motorcade of race officials and state troopers drive up the road bellow. Danny waiting for a signal to drop from his spotters below.

Tour of Utah might not get as much worldwide attention or include as many baguettes as Tour De France, but it is quickly growing, establishing itself among the ranks as one of the top professional cycling events in North America. Fendler was surprised to learn that no one before him has jumped the race, even though the event is in the same state as Red Bull Rampage.

Danny Fendler 21 years old stands on top of the jump for the Tour De Utah Road Gap during an evening practice session before the race.
Danny Fendler, 21 years old jumps over a peloton of racers on Empire Pass, during the sixth stage of the Tour of Utah.

bigquotesI landed it and it was like by far the most adrenaline I have had in my whole life. It was crazy. I have never had so much excitement on a bike before to the point where I couldn’t ride. I rode out and just let the bike go and just rolled. I was so happy. After that, I snapped back to reality and rode down a trail because I didn’t want to risk getting in trouble.

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bigquotesYou gotta just weigh your odds. The fact is that so many road bikers were stoked. An ambulance that was driving by honked and was stoked. In the end, we made way more people happy than we could have upset so it was a win-win for everyone. In the end, I really just wanna inspire people and get people stoked on biking. I wanna do things that people think is rad and even if they don’t wanna do that it gets them stoked and out riding their bikes.
You can find Danny on Instagram @dannyfendler

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  • 325 17
 pretty cool, but just seems like an unnecessary risk outside of the roadies' control...which I personally would hate if I were in their shoes. Sure, he landed it and all is well...so no one will make much of a deal out of it, but consider the contrary...what is it really for?

This isn't even groundbreaking or cool anymore, at least IMO. I'm way more excited about the fest series etc than this...and no one is put at risk other than the dudes sending it of their own volition.

It was too flat of a gap overall too...he just seemed way too close to them as he landed.
  • 93 6
 And he doesn’t have to biff the landing to cause a problem. The surprise and distraction is enough to cause someone else’s crash.
  • 116 4
 Yep, it was cool the first few times but let's all stop now before people get hurt
  • 8 4
 I kind of feel like this as well. The intentions may be harmless but when doing this you could end up creating a situation you never wanted. Its a lets just do this mentality i kind of like but i also urge to tell everyone ever trying this (or thinking about it) to really thoroughly evaluate the risks.

Respect for the jump tho.
  • 32 3
 Agree with you guys. At least in some cases the gapper flies above the racers with a significant margin, but even in such case things could go wrong. In this case the margin ain't so big. If a racer had been on the external line close to the range cone, looks like he would have been less than 1m possibly only 50cm from their head. This is quite irresponsible.
  • 29 4
 Cliched and needs to stop.
  • 12 2
 @nvranka I agree. And that he was putting other people at risk without their permission is the thing that is dicey. I'd have no problem someone jumping over me if I said 'sure give it a go.' But if some yahoo just jumped over me without warning, I'd be less than happy. You can be a hooligan without being a jerk.
  • 39 4
 So foolish and reckless. I'm surprised that Pinkbike editors are giving these guys any exposure.
  • 17 2
 You can seen how close this was to possibly going bad, too.

If you pause the video near his landing, it sure looks like he would have struck the rider with green jersey/orange bike had that rider been 10 or so feet further forwards.

I have no doubt that this is exaggerated by the camera angle, but the way that green jersey/orange bike rider swerves after the MTB'er lands suggests to me that the MTB'er crossed directly through his line of sight.

I'm a massive freeride advocate, but I don't think this is doing the discipline a lot of good, regardless of how stoked people were.
  • 18 45
flag bvd453 (Aug 21, 2019 at 8:56) (Below Threshold)
 OK. I'll be the contrarian. That was rad. He sent it a little too low, but gapping a roadie race (or a street, or trains, or a pack of llamas) is pretty cool provided risks are mitigated to the rider and spectators.
  • 22 51
flag wiscobiker (Aug 21, 2019 at 8:56) (Below Threshold)
 Jesus christ pinkbike has gone soft
  • 16 45
flag rjrx (Aug 21, 2019 at 9:25) (Below Threshold)
 Yeah boy... stoked to see you gap that...mabye these whiners should just become roadies...
  • 9 1
 @bvd453: that’s the whole thing: risks shouldn’t be mitigated. The roadies seem to carry more than the "freerider"
  • 11 2
 @wiscobiker: let’s enrich your vocabulary: grown up, responsile are the words you tried to say.
  • 24 2
 @wiscobiker: no pinkbike hasn’t gone soft. Everyone has just grown up and realized that acting like self centered idiots isn’t actually cool.
  • 9 2
 I saw below somewhere that he got permission to do this ahead of time, so just an FYI my OP is a little misdirected.

Oh and on PB becoming soft....I dno if this is a question of being soft, but it’s definitely a maturity thing. It’s more of a recent development for me, but I like to have control of my health and destiny. If I break my neck by making my own choice to try something, I am comfortable with that. If someone lands on me doing something I didn’t give permission for them to do over a race im in....well that’s something different entirely.

I don’t think it’s being soft to not want to relinquish control over your own well being.
  • 9 15
flag colinfurm (Aug 21, 2019 at 10:31) (Below Threshold)
 100% agree. For a bunch of mountain bikers everyone seems to be very risk adverse. @wiscobiker:
  • 18 0
 @colinfurm: Taking risks on yourself is one thing, forcing dangerous risk upon others is simply idiotic and irresponsible.
  • 8 2
 Agree, unsafe and in poor taste.
  • 6 16
flag rjrx (Aug 21, 2019 at 11:43) (Below Threshold)
 @Austink: yeah not... been on here for years...wiscobiker is spot on...now go vote for Bernie.
  • 9 0
 NVM - he got permission from the land owners, not the race organizers or the riders. Wow...bad look.
  • 8 0
 Really glad the perception of this stunt has finally gone this way.
  • 4 8
flag chriskneeland (Aug 21, 2019 at 12:28) (Below Threshold)
 I mean, it's kind of funny how these roadies will be forever telling the story of how a mountain biker jumped over us in the middle of a race. Still pretty rad in my book, even if it is losing it's novelty.
  • 4 1
 Agreed - stop being insta famous and become actual famous...like do it at a race event or something...where it counts.
  • 5 12
flag colinfurm (Aug 21, 2019 at 14:23) (Below Threshold)
 @gnarnaimo: There is a difference between perceived risk and actual risk. We have all been told what we do is dangerous because of a lack of understanding of the ‘actual’ risk. In this situation you take something that may seem extreme to and call it reckless. To the guy making the jump it may be normal with margins of risk that are acceptable.
  • 11 0
 @colinfurm: you're missing the point entirely...no one here is shitting on the rider for sending the gap. It's specifically that he is doing it over a road race that he did not notify organizers nor riders he would be jumping over, endangering folks that didn't agree to have anything to do with it.

If the roadies were OK with it, then obviously there would be no problem.

I am the last person to complain about someone taking "too much risk" when the only one they are endangering is themselves.

I've started to feel a bit weird lately watching the likes of Zink try to break records in front of his loving wife and kid...but she married him, so I guess I'll keep that judgement to myself. Can't change that man, that's for sure. Again though, he doesn't endanger anyone except himself.
  • 3 17
flag wiscobiker (Aug 21, 2019 at 17:59) (Below Threshold)
 @nvranka: all you bitches make me want to train danny off the gap next year. Bunch of soft ass risk averse grape smuggling pussies in these comments.
  • 7 1
 @wiscobiker: dude I’m not sure what you’re not getting. I’m friends with Danny too and while this was well-intentioned and rad and all, it was so close to going catastrophically. If this was 5-10’ taller it would’ve been fine. But knowing it was going to be a close call to casing a dude’s head, and doing it anyways was super foolish on Danny’s part. Endangering your own life is fine, but endangering others lives isn’t cool, especially when they didn’t even consent to being in harm’s way. It would be like setting up a rally racing course right next to an elementary school playground, but racing it during school hours for dramatic effect. Danny is a super nice and humble kid and an absolute shredder, and I love the guy, but this was super poor judgment on his part.
  • 5 2
 @wiscobiker @ttttttttttttt @colinfurm If you're having trouble getting this, put literally any risky activity in place of "gapping a road race." Try, say, "driving drunk." The reason you can send gaps OR drive drunk all day in your yard is because if you f*ck up you're the only one that gets hurt and that's fair. The reason you can't send gaps OR drive drunk around other people is because if you f*ck up, THEY get hurt, and that's not fair.

Sick gap and all but if you had slipped a pedal or made some other stupid mistake that we all know happens you could have caused life-altering injuries on multiple people which is coincidentally the reasoning behind drunk driving laws (and many, many others).
  • 3 0
 @bvd453: "gapping a roadie race (or a street, or trains, or a pack of llamas) is pretty cool provided risks are mitigated to the rider and spectators."

I'd love to see his risk assessment and management procedures Rolleyes
  • 7 0
 Amen to that. I'd go as far as saying this particular gap was a fail given the roadies felt like they had to duck.
  • 2 3
  • 3 0
 He could have cased a roadies head and he sure was close on this one. That would be great for the mountain bike world... honestly it was cool the first time. But now its just some random's screaming for attention.. It would be an easy case against him in court.
  • 2 0
 @Lookinforit: Pemby train gap is so much more gnarly than jumping a peleton - train or no train
  • 1 0
 @djyosh: I don't know the context of this comment, but while the train gap is gnarly from the perspective that it requires huge balls and has massive consequences as any big gap does, the landing is pretty mellow and the run out is wide and welcoming.

Some gaps have both janky take-offs and landings which make then much worse, even if they are smaller than the train gap.

I forget who attempted the first peleton gap, but that landing was super raw and gnarly and they crashed hard because of it...believe it was a pro with a lot of preperation too? not sure.
  • 1 0
 @nvranka: His rear shock failed on landing causing his crash iirc.. Likely because the landing was not ideal, but also shocks just weren't as good back then.
  • 152 4
 He really didn't clear the roadies by all that much.
  • 35 2
 Yep that was close
  • 12 35
flag mtb-scotland (Aug 20, 2019 at 23:10) (Below Threshold)
 he'd better try harder next time lol
  • 6 3
 Yep. DO NOT want to see this show up on Friday Fails! Not funny.
  • 154 23
 Thanks PB for continuing to glorify and legitimize this moronic stunt using unknowing riders as props.

You got your 5 seconds of notoriety - way to go a##hole.
  • 4 2
 @PinkyScar PB: the website that asks if climbing is out of fashion while posting 10 stories of people flying through the air every morning.
  • 8 12
flag Milko3D (Aug 21, 2019 at 8:51) (Below Threshold)
 @PinkyScar: So, PinkBike should filter and moderate user created content that they feel should not be popularized, to what extent?

It happened in real life. PB posted it, got positive and negative comments. Isn't that how news outlets work?

Besides, what would we be enraged about today if not things like that? There can't be new bike standards every day after all.
  • 2 1
 sorry, I accidently downvoted you. I have to agree with you, this stuff has to stop. Only a matter of time until some Joe hurts himself/someone other with this kind of stunt.
  • 1 6
flag warmerdamj FL (Aug 21, 2019 at 13:36) (Below Threshold)
 It's pretty obvious by the orange cones this was planned.
  • 113 4
 "We're trying to imagine a scenario where road bikers intervene in a mountain bike race."

-UCI perhaps?
  • 5 1
 @kanasasa they'd be welcome to ride under one of the drops on the DHWC tracks I suppose Big Grin
  • 2 0
  • 1 0
 @kanasasa: I see what you did there.
  • 88 7
 Only a matter of time before this type of thing causes a serious accident.
  • 15 117
flag conoat (Aug 20, 2019 at 22:22) (Below Threshold)
 there are more accidents in road racing due to other road racers than any amount of freeriders gaping them will ever cause. chill out, my dude.
  • 44 2
 @conoat: Yes and they take that risk when racing... They're not letting someone not in the race take another unnecessary risk for them
  • 8 2

The other road racers are an assumed calculated risk, The stunt is not. Still nbd compared to a car not signaling a turn across bike lane, for perspective
  • 24 2
 @conoat: ha ha- you said 'gaping them'.
  • 70 2
 I didn’t want to risk getting in trouble, so I posted it on the internet with my full name, home address, and my social security number.
  • 43 1
 What I like about mtb is that I am the master of my own destiny. In this case you are being the master of other peoples destiny. You don't have to crash to cause them to crash. I utterly respect and am in awe of riders pushing boundaries and doing phenomenal things but done right. I used to streetride and look back embarrassingly at some of the sketchy hucks where the public was around. Growing up gives you a different outlook. These jumps are immature and reflect badly on us as a sport. Injure these guys and you could ruin lives, careers and livelihoods.
  • 48 3
 That was close, too close.
  • 46 3
 Road gap not helmet tap. That was too close.
  • 33 3
 Yeah...Just waiting for the day some irresponsible "freerider" tries this and ends someone else's career... OK he got permission... But one day a copy cat won't, and it will end badly.
  • 5 1
 Oh I didn't see that he got permission...I guess that sort of negates my comment above. Thanks for sharing.
  • 9 0
 He got permissino? Where did you read that? Why did he ride the trail down to avoid getting in trouble if he got permission?
  • 11 0
 There's no way he got permission for this stunt in the Tour of Utah. The organizers are so uptight that Floyd's team had to change name for the race.
  • 9 0
 "After that, I snapped back to reality and rode down a trail because I didn’t want to risk getting in trouble."

-- Does not sound like he got permission at all.
  • 6 0
 He only got permission from the land owners...not the race...so still a prick
  • 38 4
 So Fucking Stupid.
  • 35 5
 "In the end, we made way more people happy than we could have upset so it was a win-win for everyone."
might be a nice guy, but sorta ignorant.
  • 30 1
 Damn, looks like homie almost didnt make it either
  • 7 52
flag conoat (Aug 20, 2019 at 22:24) (Below Threshold)
 bruh, you understand how transitions work??? dude nailed it.
  • 29 3
 What a dick. This is going to end poorly eventually. I’m sure you made a lot of people happy, but when some dick kills a dude by casing on his face it’s going to make a lot of people very upset
  • 25 0
 "I wanna do things that people think is rad and even if they don’t wanna do that it gets them stoked and out riding their bikes."

Yeah I saw this dumb stunt and immediately grabbed my bike and went for a ride I was so inspired Thanks brosef!
  • 24 1
 "In the end, we made way more people happy than we could have upset so it was a win-win for everyone." -- not sure if that's considered a win-win......... But glad you make decisions based on more people happy than upset........ Let me know how you deal with any given situation when you're part of the "upset group"
  • 22 1
 pretty lucky with timing.. a few seconds later and it looks like you could of hit the biker in the orange and yellow
  • 6 0
 It looks more like half a second or so. The stop motion looks slightly slower than reality and even there it appeared like less than a second. If people continue to do this, it won't be a matter of "if", but "when".
  • 19 0
 Freeride and gap all you want but don't risk ending someone else's day by trying to get attention for yourself. They trained and worked hard for this. Gapping the roadies is played out at this point and NOT Cool!
  • 18 0
 We are on a mtb website and almost all the comments are saying how unoriginal, uncool, and irresponsible this is. Jumping over a road race has really jumped the shark. This is now as cool as fat bike beach cruisers.
  • 20 1
 Dumb ass = Danny Fendler. Zero moral compass.
It's a self centered & entitled mentality that is poisoning society like cancer. Need to stop this crap.
  • 8 1
 Seems that mentality has been perpetuated because it has been rewarded instead of discouraged. Glad to see so many people on here condemning this, maybe there is hope for society after all.
  • 19 1
 And I thought I was a looser.
  • 17 0
 How original and totally safe.
  • 13 0
 Maybe last place, maybe not. The group was very fragmented because of a big climb leading into this decent.
The last guys ducked and swerved, a couple more guys behind them and there could have been a crash. That decent is steep and really fast and has sections where hitting 60 mph(over 100kph) is common. These are not Protour riders, and barely make anything in a race like this. Many are not paid pros. Those guys work their asses off, and risking a crash on that section can end their careers because they don't have teams that can float them for a year.

Right now, mountain bikers are getting a lot of flack in Park City because (among other things) some other dickhead psuedo freeride posers were heckling a bunch of runners during the Jupiter Steeplechase. That flack is coming directly from the head of the local trails foundation. Not helpful and not a good way to represent mountain biking.
We need more advanced trails around here as we mostly have dirt sidewalks. This kind of crap does nothing but hurt our already tenuous relationship with other trail users and hurts our chances for cooler riding.
  • 4 1
 ^nonk pbff... In regards to getting some proper DH and freeride trails built outside of Deer Valley...So f'ing sick of hearing that this kinda stuff has an impact on what kind of trails get built in Park City....We've been holding our breath for more technical and downhill directional trails in Park City for years. And somehow we gotta sit on the edge of our seats and beg and bat our pretty little eyelashes like good little boys on good behavior lists to the superior dirt roadies to build us some proper steep trails ....f' it. Im over it. Like its ever going to happen. Every year they put in another brown sidewalk and designate another trail to uphill only. There is clearly no interest to build more advanced trails outside the bike park. Mountain bikers have been making it clear for years that we want more directional dowhhill only trails. Problem is Park City is run by old hikers and dirt roadies. So f' it ...think a lot of mountain bikers are just pissed off and fed up. Like I said we been patient and advocating for better trails for years and all we get is more brown sidewalk. There was some good stuff happening at Canyons oh guess what it all got torn down...nice frickn work.

Not sayin this is all an excuse to mistreat people, everyone should be treated with respect, but theres a lot of dickhead hikers in PC too who place logs and rocks across trails and jumps but you never hear about it. Because guess what mountain bikers dont run the show.

Fact is PC's trail network is dated. More and More people are using the trails. We need more directional trails to reduce user conflict and collisions. Until the trails foundation gets their heads out there asses and stops building weak multi directional brown sidewalk trails there are going to be more and more user conflicts.
  • 1 0
 @whatyousaid: Totally agree with 99%.
But Canyons is Vail. All of that has been regraded for a new lift. Except Canyons DH, which really didn't get ridden much because it was an actual hard trail. It was a little cartoon park anyway. Put the pressure on Vail and they're likely to respond because they can make money.

Most of the other stuff is Mountain Trails who are exactly as you described.
  • 9 0
 It’s been done so many times, let it go, the only thing new that will happen is someone will hit a poor unsuspecting cyclist minding Jian own business and mess both of them up and the whole MTB community will look like dicks for egging it on.
  • 10 0
 Not cool Danny. You were way too close to their heads. Hopefully you see from all the comments here that what you did was wrong. You're getting no respect today.
  • 7 0
 Lame. Don't make unknowing participants part of your stunt when you're risking injuring THEM if one little thing goes wrong. It's a very selfish entitled mentality- It's about me. I'm willing put others at risk so I can get a video online. A cool stunt only endangers you, not people who didn't sign up. Stupid.
  • 11 0
 This will be an interesting exchange of opinions...
  • 9 1
 Wayyyyyyyy too close. Looking at frame 9 of the sequence and old mate would have had a narrow-wide to the Richard Cranium if he had taken a dump pre-race and was a little quicker up the hill.
  • 7 0
 The road bikers saw what was happening and ducked cause he was too close. The fact that they had to put cones out to make sure the pack was closer to the middle of the road tells you they knew it was gonna be too close and should of thought better of doing it.
  • 10 1
 Dave Watson slayed that shit 10yrs ago. And there is only one BearClaw. Get original.
  • 3 0
 Fair enough the guy is called Berin Klawiter. He probably would have called himself Bearklaw even if Bearclaw wouldn't have become such a legend.
  • 10 0
  • 9 0
 Too close. This was just a dumb action.
  • 10 0
 An idiot, so simple
  • 8 1
 I agree with everyone else here. This is fucking dumb and gives the entire MTB community a bad name. Grow up and stop jumping your bike over people. Idiots.
  • 12 5
 Pizza, Wine, The Office... this Gap Jump... the US has a long history of copying ideas from Europe/UK and making them worse.
  • 8 4
 Sorry but California wine is better.
  • 7 0
 Looks pretty darn close man. Not sure if the racer that had to duck, felt the stoke.
  • 5 0
 Ugh, tiny lame gap compared to the ones the guys do over the Tour de France and this dumbass was barely over the roadies heads. Totally unnecessary risk and not impressive at all.
  • 4 0
 What a selfish, ignorant idiotic thing to do. Not too mention unoriginal...

I'd wager that a lot of those roadies aren't exactly rolling in cash racing at this level. it would be so easy to ruin a career (or worse a life!) doing this kinda immature crap. Way to continue to give mountain bikers in America (& the rest of the world) a bad name dude!
  • 5 0
 Not too sure how he made so many people stoked. Not many people around in the video. Also where is the ambulance that tooted? Was it a stoked toot or a what the f*ck toot?
  • 5 0
 extremely rude to jump over people. and you are risking people lives at the expense of your immaturity. you don't inspire people only upset people.
  • 5 0
 I've raced mtb. I've raced road. If that'd been me beneath his wheels, I would have been pissed. No use in risking other people's lives for a little "rush".
  • 6 0
 Even his friends sound dumb!
  • 7 2
 If someone would do a gap jump over a Trump rally that would be Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious !
  • 5 0
 And a Boris Johnson speech at the same time, it will unite our countries
  • 4 0
 I hope this delinquent sees all of these comments and realizes how incredibly uncool it was. Good way to ruin your chance of getting some sponsors though.
  • 4 0
 Why is pinkbike giving exposure to this kind of behavior, sure the jump was rad, but the press giving exposure to irresponsible acts is just irresponsible as well.
  • 7 1
 What an idiot.
  • 4 0
 He’s just far too close, what does this bullshit even signify anymore. DH in jeans is way better and safer
  • 6 0
  • 5 0
 He is like the annoying Drone flying above you. F off!
  • 4 0
 At this point I'm only going to be impressed by road gaps if the gapper (gappist?) is on a road bike.
  • 5 1
 So basically Danny Fendler is a facking idiot. I truly hope no brands sponsor this douche nozzle.
  • 3 0
 Unless everyone is on it it's an incredibly selfish thing to do. Cool on one hand when all goes well but so uncool to willingly roll the dice with other peoples safety.
  • 5 0
 Boring now. Copycat stunt. Sheep mindset
  • 1 0
 Not cool at all. Pink bike should stop glamorizing Ill conceived moves by attention seeking fools. Things could have gone wrong in so many ways. Putting other people’s well being on the line without their willful participation is never acceptable.
  • 9 5
 Mountain bikers are the least original
  • 3 0
 This is getting to the point where we may need to add a content filter for " mtbiker jumps peleton".
  • 5 0
 Danny the dough head.
  • 2 0
 This was a bike park sized RG, nothing special at all. Even though it is done to death, at least the Tour de France was is a hefty RG.
  • 5 2
 Dude in blue going the full aero tuck
  • 5 1
 U sure thats not the oops i just crapped my pants tuck?
  • 3 0
 It's all fun and games until...
  • 6 3
 These comments are exactly what I thought they would be!
  • 3 1
 I feel like I've seen this a few times this year. Are road gaps over roadies trending? Lol.
  • 5 1
 fkin douche twat
  • 1 2
 This is AWESOME. Mtb needs skilled riders like this to represent and help get the sport more mainstream. Right now it seems like ebikes are all that are taking us more mainstream and that's the worst association to have. Kudos to this guy for putting a local event on the map like that in the most appropriate state for hucking.
  • 2 0
 some solid downvoting going down range here at the Pinkbike comment section....
  • 5 2
 Stupid guy !
  • 6 4
 Pretty lame. Jumping over the last place guys. And they had to duck...
  • 2 0
 Ho hum. Even my grandma has done this.
  • 2 0
 How do roadies infiltrate mtb? MVP...
  • 1 0
 "or include as many baguettes as Tour De France" you watch your cultural appropriation there, buddy.
  • 2 0
 No back flip? Come on bra step up your game!
  • 1 0
 Man that is cringey to watch! Riders having to swerve around misplaced cones and almost killing a guy. Not cool dude.
  • 1 0
 Oh you man, that's it! The secret to life. You gotta be stocked! And rad!
  • 1 0
 He wasn't even close to the roadies lol
  • 2 0
 Stupid dingbat.
  • 2 1
 Bin dun. Next!
  • 1 0
 Smile lol ????
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