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Cyclist not on a footpath.

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Cyclist not on a footpath.

Here's a brief video of a crazy rider, but thankfully not on a footpath. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/video_and_audio/headlines/37228413

 

He doesn't travel too far.

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

Saw it on the news, that is SO scary.

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

Just got to ask... why?

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

Because he can!!

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

I guess that's one that Fred Dibnah missed...

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

Carrying the bike up the side of the chimney would have be "fun", ditto the return trip.

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Re: Cyclist not on a footpath.

The return trip is usually easy enough, just need an umbrella and a bit of string...