Remote Control Barspin 9

Ryan Nyquist sets out to invent the first ever spring-loaded spinning BMX handlebars. In an attempt to mechanize BMX barspins, Ryan along with his brother Shea, take several interesting approaches including a coiled spring, pyrotechnics, and a cordless grinder, but it's the combination of a direct drive pully system and a motorcycle starter battery operated by a remote control that really gets Ryan's handlebars spinning on their own. The end result is Ryan pulling off two unassisted barspins—a BMX first! Hell yeah!

Credit: Network A
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  • Acadian

    7/17/2013 2:58 AM

    and it can double up as a grave digger

  • jakelemin53

    7/17/2013 1:49 AM

    id be the mate that presses the spin button when hes going around the berm.

  • SwylieR

    7/16/2013 9:09 PM

    Super awesome

    Hilarious GoPro dick-cam in the end

  • tazer255zm

    7/16/2013 7:55 PM

    i love the nasa shirt

  • Hittheshowers13

    7/16/2013 6:36 PM

    That was actually way cooler than I thought it would be.

  • unissamog

    7/16/2013 5:56 PM

    So if he were to do a superman, it could theoretically do a remote control tailwhip.....

  • Ryan_Burney

    7/16/2013 5:48 PM

    the force form the wheel spinning wouldn't let it spin...

  • dat_sexy_jellyfish

    7/16/2013 10:59 PM

    That actually makes a lot of sense.

  • Logic

    7/16/2013 3:16 PM

    money and time.... YEAH, BUDDY!

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