I know this is very different from what most of you are used to. I've still got my BMX, it's been hanging up in the shed for a few years now and I fear it'll never be used again but it's hard to beat for liberating fun, and equally as impressive to watch. I just thought I'd throw in a few video clips. Some of you would have once rode these things, maybe even still do? To others it might be something of an introduction, perhaps an insight into the creative use of architectual space on two wheels? And I have no doubt there will be those who are simply annoyed by it. But maybe it'll generate some interest and inspire discussion. Or maybe it won't... View: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=O5_LRhcJkOA (there's sweary words in this one, so if you're at work or the kids are about, turn it down!) View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coVc0vA8NzY&eurl=http://chzins.vodpod.com/video/375775-etnies-grounded-ruben-alcantara-part View: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=jk_4CueijKc View: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=sj0R-n1Lz6c&feature=related All from the Etnies video, Grounded. Someone in another thread claimed BMX was for kids. These are fully grown warriors if you ask me.