You may have come across @Citibikeboyz browsing through Instagram at some point. The account is known for posting ridiculous tricks pulled off on NYC’s rideshare bikes that are hard to maneuver and nearly impossible to get off the ground.
Jerome Peel, who is a skater and owner of the clothing brand Peels, started it with some friends a few years back, and the account has garnered a little cult following since. Skaters will get a kick out of seeing him do tricks at spots like LES Skatepark or the Bond Street Gap, and others may just be into it for the buffoonery and memes. Either way, Jerome and his friends continue to show off an entertaining display of debauchery on these big hunks of metal.
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