Apparently some kid in America wanted to one-up Randy Taylor's ridiculo-whip, and has taken it to a 21-set. Sounds like a bit of a character from Adam's post, but hey ho, can't win 'em all:
I could've sworn I saw this video a few days ago, but I'm guessing that's impossible. Still, a very similar vid... eerie. Anyway, this is Grant Castelluzzo doing some pretty interesting moves with a pretty fruity Italian sounding name which should probably be some kind of bonus combo multiplier, meaning everything is actually twice as good as it is...
Phil Aller seems to be one of those 'sponsored people'. You don't really see much from him, but you sorta know he's sponsored, and just sort of assume he's good. He's now switched from what I would've thought would've been a reasonable setup at KHE with his signature bike series to Stolen Bikes. 'Frying pan' and 'fire' immediately spring into my mind. Regardless, hopefully it all works out for him.
I'm posting this purely 'cos of the thread the needle tree gap. Literally just 'cos of that (Well, I've not watched it all yet, but that was something out of the ordinary which is a 'once in a blue moon' sort of eventuality with online webvideos, so I thought I'd better mention it).
That was from Tempered Bikes in case you didn't notice.
I'm now off to go home to stick pins into some voodoo dolls representing the DVLA, Royal Mail and all of their employees (If you work for Royal Mail or the DVLA then obviously I don't mean you (Unless you're as bad at your job as all of your colleagues appear to be, in which case... well... I do)).