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This is a short video of a little boy on a bike who yells 'Ooh la la' while oogling the sexy lady pictures on the side of a van advertising a Stockholm strip club, before crashing into a wall. Is it real? I'm on the fence it hurtsbut there's at least a story to go along with it:.
The French cycling accessories brand launched the advert you're about to watch below. Inflating your tyres while certain body parts are obscured by things like bushes can give people all sorts of ideas as to what you're actually up to. Australian bike brand Malvern Star released the following advert where a cyclist bizarrely uses a man's bum cheeks as a bike stand.
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Available on. This and more news from the world of showbiz in this latest edition of our glamour round-up. M iranda Kerr wrapped a leather jacket around herself for a new motorbike ad photo-shoot, showing her inner biker-chic.
I cycle a 20 mile round commute when I work at the Metro. Italian bike brand Pinarello caused outrage with a pair of sexist Instagram ads for its latest electric bike, the Nytro. Soon everything will become possible.
Jump to navigation. Tal vez el concepto no este mal, puede funcionar, la ejecucion si me parece terrible, la direccion de arte puede ser mucho mejor I'm really getting sick and tired of ads like these.
Bike helmets aren't exactly sexy items, but helmet brand Nutcase is hoping to at least make them fun. In a straightforward series of print and out-of-home ads, helmets throughout history are featured protecting brains from all kinds of baddies. These include a lion trying to chomp into a Roman gladiator abovea dragon going for a knight, a Samurai protecting himself from a ninja, and a deep-sea diver with an octopus wound around his head. The accompanying bodies are super-tiny and riding bikes, tying back to the more modern but no less harrowing!