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Weekend Warmup – Weird Terror

Dr. Strange Edition

January 22nd, 2015

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Strangeness comes in all shapes and sizes. From finding ice in the desert, to riding a fatbike through a corn field with a horse mask, you’re bound to find something strange on a near daily basis. So to save you the time of searching, we’ve gathered up some videos from the “odds and sods” bin, smashed em together, and crafted the latest edition of Weekend Warmup.

Desert Ice

Ice? In the desert? It seems weird, but it’s worth it just for the visuals.


Field Day

Surly has always been a bit, er, odd. Field Day is further proof of that, with the John Deere colour scheme as the icing on the cake.


Witness the Sh*tness

Some awesome street riding, with some truly insane pyrotechnics at the end.


Stu Gibson Likes to Fly

We could watch this collection of drone-shot surfing all day. Surefire cure for the winter blues.


The Carbon Wasp

Forget everything you know about frame welding. Bikes of the future may in fact be printed…


Year One of Questionable Commercials

It’s from Portland. What did you expect?

 


Jeb Corliss Crashes During Proximity Flight

This one is more terrifying than strange. Incredible that he survived this.


Guess Austin isn’t the only one with a case of weird-itis going

  • http://www.jerrywillows.ca Jerry Willows

    Ti Cycles one was gold. I think it’s Charlie Sponsel.

    • Cam McRae

      Did you watch Jeb Corliss? The last one? Insane.

      • http://nsmb.com Pete Roggeman

        He’s so intense that it’s difficult to listen to him speak for very long, however it was compelling to watch.

      • http://www.jerrywillows.ca Jerry Willows

        almost too scary to watch. I was expecting it to last longer as it didn’t discuss the extent of his injuries, rehab, etc. Wanted more!

    • adamgnewman

      Portland gonna Portlanate.

      • Crotchety Old Man

        Actually, that’s Portland mountain biking. Sadly, it wasn’t a joke.

  • http://nsmb.com Pete Roggeman

    That climbing vid was really good. Worth the 11 minutes for sure.