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Move over Sal Masekela you have some competition

I was going to write an acutal post... One that actually mentions the scene in this video... But it's so much easier to just put up a video and feel like I did something and push any real work til later.

Here's the deal... I've mentioned it before but MF loves watching this one Danny MacAskill video out there... Sometimes in the morning he'll point to the computer and say "bike". Then I say no because we don't want him in front of a screen all the time.

Then he says "bike" again and I give in because A) he's cute and B) I'm brainwashing him into liking bikes...

So today I took a video of him watching and doing commentary... He'll be taking Sal Masekela's job any day now.

Also not sure why any of you would want to watch this because it's five and a half minutes long...



Best parts are in the beginning where he sees Danny's shoes while he pulls a street sign out of the ground... He says daddy but in the past when I've asked if it's daddy riding the bike he says "no, no, no". So basically he things I have the skills to vandalize but not ride a bike.

Other nice part is at 2:21 when he gives a little commentary he's never given before.

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  1. TheNotBikerNextMarthaFebruary 7, 2012 at 8:36 AM

    That is adorable. The kid. Not the biker. That is crazy. The part where he's riding on the top of the fence posts? Dude.

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