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    Cool TW Scrambler video from Twin Things in the UK

    I don't see that anyone has posted this very well done video of a custom TW scrambler.

    Be sure to watch the Bloopers at the end. Good fun!


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    Littletommy should love this video. It had donuts in it!

    Why was he so dirty before he even started riding off-road?

    I don't put this much effort into any of my video's, so why am I always so tired and sore after? Huh!

    This video was a joy so thanks for sharing.

    P.S. What language was spoken in the vid, he he!
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    That was cool! I just watched a whole slew of videos from those guys. They make some cool little bikes!
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    I watched some of their other videos too.
    This is still my favorite but I like that they try to do something different with each one.
    The do a good job of selling their small bikes by making them look fun and cool.
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    I like fenders. They keep water and dirt from spraying up in the air and getting all over you. The rear fender also has the side benefit of protecting you should you slip off the rear of the seat.
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    It sure is the current style to have NO fenders.
    May be fine for dry weather but any water on the road and the rider gets filthy.
    I like the minimalist, clean and simple look but I also like functional bikes that can be ridden anywhere, anytime.
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    I'm with you two on the last comments. Any dampness on the road way to work and you have a stripe up your back with no fenders. Great looking bike though and great vid. I was wondering why he was so dirty before hitting the trail also. No fender?

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