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Corn Fed 3

CORN FED 3 from John Scott Harris on Vimeo.

As far as videos of riding through city street’s goes, the latest release by the dudes at Corn Fed has some nice visuals and appropriate doom soundtrack. I’m digging the black and white footage. It gives a more ominous feel to a pretty tame and soft city (this is my hometown). And then there is the gratuitous weed smoking…yeah…that. Whatever, looking forward to more Corn Fed videos from this artistic angle.

About Scott Spitz

Commuting, touring, kid hauling, couriering, mechanic work, sales, advocacy, fixed, free—Scott has had his hands in it all over the years.

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  1. GDecember 11, 2012 at 8:48 am

    I am always shocked when motorists are aggressive towords cyclists. My daily commute to work is my cherished time on my bike wish is occasionally interrupted by the angry honk or aggressive move by those in there cars, even though I am stopping at lights and stop signs and following posted traffic signage??? I am confused why do I get these reactions? Maybe the driver is imbalanced? Trouble at home or work and is venting on cyclists? Or maybe it is because of the irresponsible riding which takes place daily by my fellow cyclist and is glorified in the monotonous city riding films. Is cutting cars and pedestrians off bad form? Running red lights and stop signs illegal? Is this behavior ok for cyclist? but if a motorist would do any of the above they would be tagged as reckless a$&holes?? A cyclist grabbing on to the side of your vehicle no big deal? What if a motorist grabbed on to your pack or frame? You would be outraged right? We wonder why there is animosity between motorists and cyclist? After watching that “Rad Video” I still have no idea why????????

  2. JeffDecember 13, 2012 at 12:36 am

    I felt similar. It is neat to see skill, But don’t be an jerk about it…..

  3. Seven StarsDecember 15, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    “Hey, look how much of an asshole I can be”… idiots.

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