Japanese Instagrammer Performs Bicycle Tricks On One Wheel – Design You Trust

Japanese Instagrammer Performs Bicycle Tricks On One Wheel

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A Japanese Instagrammer, Mamoru Kanai, publishes images of himself performing one-wheeled bicycle stunts in his “Riding Pop” series. The photos feature Kanai performing “wheelies” (standing on the hindwheel) and “stoppies” (standing on the front wheel) while seated as if normally riding a bicycle. Since he can’t shoot photos of himself performing tricks he asks for a help from a skilled photographer friend.

h/t: birdinflight

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