Or do a trick like Major Taylor and Léon Hourlier in a stand off at Stade Vélodrome Buffalo, Montrouge, France in 1909.
Great shot of Stu. Stu Thomsen was one of the first of the “Old School” of professional BMX racers who gained fame in the early days of the sport beginning in 1974. His prime competitive years were 1976–1985. Sometimes called the Babe Ruth of BMX for his prolific success and domination of BMX racing during the sport’s early days from the mid-1970s into the mid-1980s, Thomsen’s considerable career accolades and legacy remain a benchmark for modern sports achievement. His nicknames, “The Man” and “Stompin Stu”, were due in part to his size at 6 feet 1.5 inches and 200 lbs.
In København it is already popular among messengers to ride a Omnium Mini. Just wait a bit, we’re getting there. We’re kinda closed, but need to sell something, as we wanna continue. So, try it out, come on over, knock at the door, go for a lil stroll around the block and we’re sure you’ll like it… We got 8 days till its over, but it ain’t over tho… Picture via ECMC Copenhagen 2016
More courier mondays… Berlin’s finest messlife combo: Till, Zorro, JackAlex, Kevin and Kole at the #savekeirinberlin Soli Party. Turn up the volume and click on the pic for the video. Thanks a lot Elizabeth Kchihiro for the lil film… Booom!
Respect the Post delivery guy… Not only when he brings you postcards and also on Wednesdays!