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What sort of witchcraft is being employed here? WTF?

If you were down at the Bite of Bend, you probably ate some delicious food, got your mind blown by the dual sonic explosion that was Rubblebucket followed by March Fourth Marching Band and you also may have paid $5 to try to ride a wacky bike for ten feet in the hopes of winning $100 bucks. You didn't win the $100, because that bike - with its reversed steering mechanism - was impossible to ride, except if you were the dude running this operation, of course. If you're like us, you want to figure this out, but seriously, what sort of witchcraft is being employed here? WTF?



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