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So, hello, everyone my. Name is Ksenia, oke sucia, this is my bike the, frame and the fork is Cinelli to Nelly shock the, drivetrain. It's me. K the gearing is. 48:16, talking. About wheels it's Rinpoche, and I'm not very satisfied, with the wheels with the quality, talking. About stem it's FSA, energy the handlebar is very simple, its Jenelle Levi you see the saddle, it's. Buuren cycles, it's a very famous, in fact in Russia, company. And the. Asado is called said, law I told, you about my bike I love it it's, quite, simple, and maybe it's not very expensive you know in terms of some, details. But still, I love to ride it. And. We. Would. Love I would, love today. To. Take. You around the city so take your own Moscow, because probably you haven't, been to Moscow yet I, can. Say that it's a marvelous city and I, do. Say this not only because I was born here and raised here but because. It's, really beautiful, and one. Day you, should come and visit like, Thierry did, and. He's guys from New York also did so. We are really welcoming, you here guys and I hope you like the tour around the city thank, you so. There is a river on. The left it's, yells Arriba. This. Area is a very fancy but. Still. Will of it. Will, go to the, center to the city center, to see. Some. Tourist, attractions, I can say. And. I'll tell you a couple of words about them, actually. Moscow. Is, sort. Of an ancient city because. The. First. Reference. To Moscow, in Chronicle, belongs to. 11:47. If I'm not mistaken and. Moscow. Had different, periods, it. Wasn't, always. Kind. Of politically. Powered. Some. Some. Period, of its history. It. Wasn't like. Moscow. Wasn't very powerful. At some. Point and. This. Was. The. Other major city, and you. Know most current where had clashes, and they. Struggled, for. Survival and, they. Wanted to beat each other. And. We, almost won at, some, point and, became. A very important. Political Center. Yeah. Good. Times good old times. It's. Sunday and that's why the traffic. Is, not very heavy. MacPhail, we got many many cars, especially. There, will be many, cars in the city center and. You. Can see some Soviet buildings, Wow. Some, Soviet buildings, around and, one. Which. Actually. Doesn't. Look like it belongs to, this. Place. You, mean this. Skyscraper. So. It's. It, was built in 30s, and 40s and. Stalin. Was. In charge of, this. Thing. Actually. This building, it's. Very famous for it it's for, the, people who live there, they. Were mostly, Soviet scientists. Actors. Directors. And everything, and, it. Has a cinema, inside and, one. Of the Russian actresses, for in the rain obscure, maybe some. Of you know her. Said. That she lives over. The, cinema. And the bread like. In Roman, tradition. This. Building. Is, one. Of the seventh as I've, already stated. So. It's. Very unusual. For. This, area there's, a red light but. I, mostly. I try to respect. The rules but. Sometimes of course it's safer to. To. Drive. When, the green. Light is for restaurants. But. I'm not the. Craziest. Writer in Moscow, so maybe. You. Don't like it but say. Oh I'm very sorry guys but I try to obey. The rules try, to be. Nice, to. Others and respect, them sir, and. Now. We are going to see. The. Symbol. Of the political, power of Russia and, nowadays or, maybe it's not power maybe. You don't consider it like that I think. We can make. It because it's safe, now. Actually. Kremlin wasn't always like. Red. And, big. It. Used to be smaller and it used to be made with white. Stone. But. Then there were, several. Fires. The. City was, on. Fire and. There. Were some. Rare. Decorations and then. Ivan the third who is the. Father of, Ivan. The fool. Decided. To make. It red. With. The stone actually. Kremlin. Is. A nice, place to visit. Because. It contains. Museums. That contains beautiful, churches. Which. You can see and this, bridge, sort, of a bridge a bridge. Sorry. This, sort of a bridge belongs, to park very idea, which. Is brand new and, actually. Some of. Modern. Architect, build it several. Years ago you can see it's rather. Beautiful, out, there and. The. Whole park represent, different. Seasons. And different. Weather. Those of Russia so. If, you are in Moscow, you should definitely, pay a visit, oh there's. A traffic some a. Little, bit of traffic. Slowly. Smoothly, trying. To get, through it and. It. Looks like we can. Do. Some unlawful, things, and. Now you can see. The. Kremlin. Walls. Some. Redecoration. I guess. Yeah. Definitely. Some red decorations, it. Sounds beautiful. And. It's kind of a political symbol. For. Russia and you, know this. One this is the church. It's kind, of morden, actually. It used to be a swimming, pool in. The 20th century there. Was a no choice but when the Soviets came came to power they. Decided, to destroy it and. They. Made a swimming. Pool there and my. Mother for example. I. Don't. Know why he's doing. This I guess. We were just lonely right this.

My. Mother used. To go to the swimming pool and she kind of liked it. Now. It's. The church again and. I. Cannot, say that you can, feel. Something sanctuary, there. Because. It's. Brand new and, they. Have posted, there and. Everything, it. Looks like more than advertising. We. Should go. Thank. You. This, is the posh cough, breathe, Pushkov. House. Actually. We. Meant to go. There we, will eventually get there. On. The left is. The theatre. And. Also, it's a building which. Used to be, the. Building for some Soviet. Function. Years, yeah. And we can I guess. Also. Make it here. They, also have a cinema, there. And. This is a, museum quarter. There. Are museums. For, arts of different eras, and they. Have also impressionist. There and, some. Wooden stuff it. Looks nice actually, on the right I guess yeah. And you can see what, a demon, Redeemer. Is the person. Who. Actually baptised. Russia. Back. In the days it. Was, 882. And, we. Have a brand, new monument, for, for. Him and, on. The left is. Peshkov. House. As I've already mentioned. It. Used to be the first public museum, in the nineteenth century and. It's, just marvelous, the. Architecture, is beautiful it's like, now classicism. Or whatever. So. Maybe, you'll like to see. It with your own eyes one day and this. Is the other angle of. Kremlin. No. So it's beautiful I guess and. The. The, building out there is the. The Russian State Library. It's. Kind. Of a perfect, example of Soviet architecture, I guess oh I. I think, we can go. Sorry. Wow. And. You say that I violate, the rules. Yeah. It's the city center and. You see there, are many many cars, many. For Sunday I mean. This. Guy's hating. Me right now. Johanna, sorry we need to. You, know you see the bike lane on the right and it's. Not very safe to drive it because. Many people as you can see are. Also using it and they. Are not, aware that cyclists. Can possibly, - that's. Why there are many. People just wandering, through this bike. Lane. No. Bike lanes in Moscow extremely, dangerous. Sometimes. They are, I'll. Show you actually, we will bump. In, thank. You well. Bump in, one. Road. For. Meant for cyclists, but in fact it's. Extremely dangerous to use it because. There are many many cars parked on the left and, they can open their door easily and. The. Door will be opened. Exactly. To. You, that's. Unpleasant, you. Can see that the road is getting. Heavy that's. All about Moscow. Ups. And downs every, time this. Is the musician. Conservatory. On the left it's. Great I was. There. Actually. I was, even performing, there when I was a child with. A. Musical. Chorus and I also played piano there it's. Fantastic, we. Will take, the bike lane so, you can see it's not very pleasant. There, because. You have, you. Have like. Man. Wandering. Through the Elaine sorry. Some. Cars. Apart and some. Of them are no party well. And. It's kind of dangerous to, use them and, now. We will go to the tunnel, I.

Hope. My lights are on so. Everyone, can see me we'll. Go to the tunnel and. Then, to the boulevard. I hope, it's not very windy, for you out, there. In. Fact it is now. You. See very, many cars out there and. We can also violate. Some rules because. It's safe for us to go there right now, and you you also see the bike lane but we actually, won't use it because it's kind, of dangerous so. These are nice boulevards, we really love them it reminds, us of Paris. Kind. Of you. See the weather is not - that's why there's not, many people around but. Still it's warm enough for cycling, it's 11. Degrees and it's kind of good rather windy but that's, ok sometimes. You just need to say sorry at, the most appropriate moment, because, sometimes, it can lead to, some aggression, and. That's not our way, of handing. Things, we'll, go back to the road thank you a, nice. Driver. He. Waved back. You. Know when. I ride, the bike I try. To wave. To all the. Drivers, because. This is the. The. Only way to, make. Sure they see us if they wave wave back or not and in. The front line you can see the Chocolate. Factory. It's. Called, Red October. And, it's really nice, because. It's very nostalgic. Again, and very. Beautiful building on the right it. Used to be the embassy. But. Now I don't, think it's an embassy anymore, it. Looks like. The people move their new, people I mean and on. The right. You. Can see the, Peter. Peter. The Great, it, is one of the most, hatred. Hateful. Monuments. In Moscow. It. Was, made. By is repeated, daily the, Georgian architect, who. Was sort. Of a favorite, of the our previous. Mayor, and he. Made many, many monuments and put. Them in every. Every. District, so. Many people hate him saying. That his monuments. Are rather ugly it's. Getting windy more windy and, even, some rain. But. Still you can I guess. Feel how it is to off, another, cyclist. Okay. At. This bridge, is. Called Crimean. Bridge, yeah. You know what that means right. Yeah. It's very tight here. And. Also some. Roadblocks. And, it's. Boss again. I know, sure I can, make. It. Some. Pedestrian, lanes, yep. It's. Fun, it. Can also be fun yeah. So. Many tourists, you should definitely come and pay a visit and, you. Will drive this bus, which. Makes me sick, and. Also. The rain makes. Me sick, very. Unpleasant really. Like. In London I get. Wind. It's very strong. Hello. It's. Getting very difficult to. Pedal. Because, of the rain. And. On the left side of the bridge, is. The, beautiful park, in. Moscow park board car oh.

They're. Even. Watering. The. Lanes good. For them, looks. Like we. Don't have any rain and a chance of, rain, thank. You guys really, helping. We. Should go on this bridge and and. Cross, it because there's no other way to get to the other side of this. You, probably might see the lead, turning. And it it. Looks amazing. It. Doesn't mean that I'm looking forward to winter. And this fall, changing. On the season. Sounds, great. Looks. Great at least and. This. Is actually, meant for that. We trains and. Also. The road for the cars you. Know Moscow, is. Very. Reach in circles, you can, see the. Subway. Thing. And. Another stairs. You. See this is called golden, brain it's. An academy of science, if, Soviet. Building meant for scientists, and you. Know in Russian we call it golden brains because, of the gold thing on the total yeah. Some. People think actually it's, ugly. Actually. Now, you. Will be able to see, Yuri. Gagarin. You. Know he's a very. Famous, Russian. The. First actually. Man in. The space and, there. Is a monument, right. On the left, which. Represents, him flying to. Cosmos. This. Is the reigning ski Avenue. Named. After lynnium. Obviously. Obviously. You know that guy who. Is in charge of all the Soviet Union system the. Part of it and. Important. Thing you should know that in. Such. Avenues. The. Speed. Thank. You. The, speed of the cars is. Higher, twice. So. You should definitely be. Very, careful. About using them. Poor. Quality. Is. One of the. Russia. You. Should probably. Have. A gravel, bike with you, sometime. No. The Situation's better than it was there used to be five years ago. And, the railroads. Know. We have trams and sometimes. They can be very tricky and. You. Should find. That. We. Should cross them. In. A very sharp angle, another. Boulevard, we, love them, they're. Full of trees, they. Remind us about nature, and. Everything, this. Is the building which I talked about. Sorry. You. Know we have many many squares, here. Large. Squares. This, is the house I told told, you about I. Mean. It's. Huge. It, was meant for 1000, flat and. It it's, meant for a normal, citizen. Yeah. And this is the. The. Example of Soviet Brutalism. It's one of the, architectural. Styles. So. When it looks fantastic for, me I mean, in the in the, best sense of this word fantastic. Astonishing. It's rather scary it reminds me of China or something of. Course it's not very high but still. Yeah. Actually. It's, the, last point which I wanted to to. Show, you we. Have the newest key former. Market and, we can have a lunch if you want yeah. Thank. You guys for following me sorry if it wasn't, very, I, mean fast. So. We bring to a close the story of rigid control through, the unceasing, research, and the highest.

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change cog to 17t :)

Increíble ...esta mujer debe hablar hasta dormida....

11:00 сорри сорри izv'enit'e

I like her personality and her love of bike plus her curves :}

Девчонки, вы такие хулиганки

13:48 also see the bike lanes but we won't use them cause it's actually dangerous. Actually it's not, i disagree on this one. It doesen't get worse than a cab passenger opening a door at you, which is easy to anticipate; otherwise motorists in Moscow really do a good job of keeping it free. I use these lanes, cause it's kinda disrespectful not to, and they're a real bummer in heavy traffic.

Sometimes when i yield on a red along with the cars, and then take off early, i get this bad feeling, like every one of those drivers left behind looks at me with disdain. Then one time i told this to a colleague motorist, and he's like "You on a bike, stopping at reds? Why?"

Ксюша, товарищ, привет от земляка-спешевода с 20 скоростями!!

This tour guide definitely understands bike lanes.

fucking russian car drivers, they are fucking crazy man, those cars are passing next to the girl very closelly in very high speed, I tought that here in Argentina the car drivers where insane, but seems that russians are worst, anyway, in almost every country is the same sad story with cars and bikes, sorry for my shitty english, but I had the urge to say this things that bothers me a lot. Excellent content as always!

Cycling tip always clean your face after riding..

Прекрасное знание города и истории. Молодец


Its really cool to see a beautiful woman riding a bike nice vid

why soryyy ??!? FUCK stupid taxi drivers

Some stupid drivers believe that cycling is forbidden while their big fat asses only get fatter and fatter every day in their car seats.

I wish i had that kind of roadways in Mexico City, it seems quite safe to ride in Moscow.

Петербург то по красивее будет

Вроде всё хорошо: и райдер и байк, но такое чувство, в начале видео, что смотришь порнокастинг....

Молодец Ксения, хорошо едет. Тоже люблю катать по городу по дороге )

Really enjoy this new format commenting the city. Keep it up!

Спасибо Ксюше и Терри! Видео согревает, несмотря на ненастье и агрессивных водителей! Доброжелательности и позитивного настроя Ксюши зачастую не хватает на наших дорогах, и не только на дорогах.

Safa has created an environment where cyclists feel the need to apologize for riding normally on Terry's channel


Awesome as always. BORING lol. I love to see the range of personality in the riders you feature.

Ксюша Делает Вещи

Terry, please, come to Minsk, Belarus. Guys will get you around. Thanks.

OMG she is so sweet! Awesome ride!!!

Так. А где ее инста? Кого я буду лайкать блин?)

Is cycling on sidewalk is unlawful in Russia? Cos riding through them seems safe

But nobody cares

It's ok untill you 14 years old. If you older, cycling on sidewalk is forbidden.

I relate so much to her with this riding style... more chill, not super crazy And i love how knowledgeable she is about her hometown, a lot of interesting facts about the city, very nice

Meli Hdz. Thx for watching

Стыдно перед буржуями за местных отбитых автомобилистов((( А Ксении респект и уважение))))

это еще москва в провинции все же еще хуже

Спасибо большое за видео) Ты очень смелая девушка)

Love it. Come to thailand :)

thanksfortherideandallthehistoryknowledge : )

Nice video It was very different but never bad

hahaha "Sorry!" Don't say it! you can run on the streets nice video great Moscow tour

Thanks for the bike review. Always nice to see what people ride.

красавчики , закончили на тульской

Thanky you @Terry for videos from Russia. I'm watching all yours videos cause it's cool and nice quality :) Keep going! Ксюша милаха

Come to Poland man, Poznań still waiting

- I try to respect other and obey the rules .. Get horned to death by taxi .. That's why I have no respect for car when cycling . Its safer to passes through a red light. Having a animal spirit while cycling is very important Great video like always.

> Its safer to passes through a red light. Totally agree. On a bike in city traffic a lot of times you're safer off violating rules.

солнечный привет из Киева, братья и сестры завидую вашим дорогам)

Дядя Эл есть что возразить?

Да уж...

Me encantó!! @kirilovax

Ду юс тудей ам сори герл энд шут его знает

Nice ass.

I think everybody should try and be a bit more like Ksenia

저 여자는 강하고 건강해 보인다

Хотя бы более менее по пдд едет, а не как ее собратья дауны

Ксюха, на второй гудок таксиста, меня бы разорвало от ненависти. Если бы смог, разбил бы ему зеркало или лицо. А ты пример терпения и уравновешенности.

@channel Кто? Где?

Пример типичного бабораба

Просто она баба.

Hey Terry! Incredible video and I’m wondering when you gonna come to Australia and have a ride with me aye !!

Great tour, wonderful city, wonderful lady.

благодаря Ксении, это один из лучших выпусков. классная экскурсия.

Those wide sidewalks are screaming for dedicated bike lanes.

Is this a gameplay of a new cycling game?

I love your ass.

Задница норм

Love the rider and her style love it!!!!!

Rocket to Russia..

I wish I could buy the same bicycle

I can't think of another channel that simultaneously makes me wanna whip my bike down the block and also get on a plane and travel the world

Amazing, she cycling very smooth at all, keeps the flow, while showing the city. Thank you for share with us from Brazil !

No inventes va bien tendida saludos de aquí de México

More videos like this please! Nice to see such a chill and respectful rider on a track bike. Great tour of a beautiful city as well. Thanks to you both!

Лайк, если начал смотреть Терри до того, как он приехал в Россию)

Loving the city tour series

Wow Xenia your english surprise me!! Greetings from Hellas/Greece

Loved this. I like to ride same way as her, eventually stopping at red lights, going easy, enjoying the ride. Sometimes this is all about, no need to rush, justing chilling. Really cool Love from Brazil!


The one honking @ 6:33 & 8:05 was the same taxi van yes?

mohd acir not sure

I love that gearing 48-16 and the bike is beautiful. She's so right as long as you have a bike you love to ride. You have a good bike

В России никогда не будет велоинфраструктуры и поддержки водителей из-за таких, как Ксения. Так демонстративно нарушать правила - это просто позор какой-то.

@andomare Ничто не идеально, но проезд на красный правила предусматривают. Сравнивают противоположности, так что сравнение с Данией вполне уместно. Я, к счастью, в другой половине - присоединяйтесь.

@Никита Семенихин А, может, вы сможете обойтись без местечкового шовинизма и перенимать опыт у лучших?

@andomare "...она сказала.., старается..." - можно без розовых соплей? Нет, безопаснее - не нарушать. Детский сад, честное слово.

Shisgara так если Вы в Дании, может мы тут сами разберемся с нашей велоинфраструктурой и по какой полосе ехать?

@Игорь Стрелков Нет, жизнь в Дании и совковые понты - не совместны. У меня сейчас обычный ситибайк, как и у 90% датского большинства. На МТБ, в основном, дети, а мода на фиксы была лет семь назад. PS. Не очень хочется общаться с быдлом оскорбляющим незнакомых людей, так что, с тобой - попрощаюсь.

@Shisgara так она же сказала что старается ездить по правилам, но иногда безопаснее нарушить

@Shisgara Да каких наших , уверен на 99%, что ты из тех аутистов что на мтб в городе ездят, фиксики и задроты типа тебя не одного поля ягоды

@andomare "их" велоструктура - ничто - трудно не согласиться, но такая дикая езда никак её не улучшит, а напротив, накидает ещё больше наших противников.

​@New Soul ПРОЕЗЖАЯ ЧАСТЬ состоит из ПОЛОС - не надо притягивать правила за уши и искать оправдания езды по середине дороги, или на красный свет. Ехать "за ней молча.., убедившись в безопасности..." лол! Жаль, что, похоже, есть не только автобл*ди, которые думают только о себе.

@Игорь Стрелков сначала слезь с него, потом рот открывай

да видели мы их велоинфраструктуру, лучше бы и не пытались ее делать, меня вполне устраивает ситуация как сейчас, а выебистые водители корыт пусть соснут хуйца

@Shisgara а она и не должна к краю полосы прижиматься, по ПДД велосипедист едет по правой стороне ПРОЕЗЖЕЙ ЧАСТИ, а не полосы, и она едет на безопасном расстоянии от люков, открывающихся дверей припаркованных машин итп. Молча едешь за ней также, как ехал бы за машиной или мотоциклом, и, только убедившись в безопасности совершения маневра, аккуратно обгоняешь. А то автобл*ди думают город только для них

Это стёб?

@Shisgara пошел нахуй

@nktrn Я во все врубаюсь и я за велодвижение, но её "стиль" - это серьёзный козырь против нас.

это стиль ты не врубаешь да и зачем поддержка водителей без вас както справимся)

@Shisgara может пойдешь в пень? Ты вообще как попал на этот канал? Другие видео посмотри у Терри, потом умничай...

@EoveinKatushkin Пересекать на красный свет, или ехать посреди полосы, это аккуратно? Формат езды на дороге для всех един - ПДД.

Ксения едет очень, очень аккуратно. Но тут не формат езды на ситибайках со скоростью пешеходов.

What a beautiful and sophisticated lady!

Ксюша! ❤


Теперь надо просить русские субтитры. И это, нормально у Ксении седло отрегулировано по высоте? На мой не авторитетный взгляд, нужно поднять.

Павел Наговицын я выставляла интуитивно, потом делала байкфит у Антона Круглова, и мне подтвердили, что все верно :)

Come to Brasil, my dude!

приехал в Москву по кататься 3 раза чуть не убили таксисты

Да они везде долбоёбы (не только в России), живу с детства в центре Европы. Весь мусор туда идёт работать, который на нормальной работе не пригодился.

Beautiful woman.

Ксения! Ты просто чудо! Просто золото! Так приятно слушать тебя! Просто огонь!

her accent is very pleasant

It's because of people like you Ksenia, drivers (and not only) keep blaming cyclists so hard. You broke so many traffic rules. Sad.

Stay away from Miche Advanced cranksets

как москва похорошела за последние 5 лет

Исключительно при Сергей Семеныче

Санкции )))

Thank you, Ksenia, it was a pleasure for us to ride with you. At least through the screen.

Dragomir Popov ur welcome)

i am addicted to watch your video love you Terry

Awesome ride, love this format of video! Ksenia is very smooth riding & speaking english!!!

ну седло явно хлипковато для такой туши. того и гляди треснет к хуям

Большое спасибо! Чудеса!

Damn, I thought Maltese drivers were bad...

Brother, you should check out Malaysia... half the drivers & most moped riders are hostile morons

She's really lovely!

Спасибо за видео! Thanks! Чудесная девушка,удачи и успехов вам!

Ksenia is so pleasant! Seems like a great person to ride with.

Nick Dumais thanks)

Класс! Большая умница! Спасибо Терри!

Совсем уже русский язык забыла..

Wow, such a nice guide! Ksenia seems to know a whole lot about the history of moscow....I can't wait any longer to go there myself (planning to visit Russia by bike myself in about two years). Also love her polite way of's always nice to see courteous cyclists like that ;).

Ichthyo sapiens thx, waiting for you in Moscow)

very successful shooting

Terry go Ukraine ^-^

Прошлое видео на русском звучало луче !

you need to taste some russian pussy i guarantee its gonna be the best. they have a unique charm and you will fall in love


The bike is great but that watch! Looks like an original Seiko digital from the 80s. You're right, Moscow looks amazing, great knowledge too

Завидую тому, что дороги: - широкие (камазы и фуры не надвисают), - чистые (полметра скользкой грязюки от правой части ПЧ заставят ссаться кого угодно), - ровные (без необходимости объезжать люки давая влево на метр) - плоские (без единой существенной горочки) Чёб не катать в таких идеальных условиях? Даже без фонарей и зеркал. ;) Завидую, словом. :((

Andrei M согласен. было бы еще интересно и в контраст в провинциях поснимать из таких как мы. где может и не такой поток, но дорожные условия приближены к экстремальным.

@krabsogood, поток - понятие весьма относительное. Если за городом две полосы в одном направлении, а ширина обочины - хотя бы полметра, то это - идеальные условия: знай только вкручивай и неважно сколько и каких машин идёт в попутном направлении. Но вот когда полоса одна, а обочина размером с нанесённую белую (или жёлтую )полоску, тогда приходится постоянно смотреть в зеркало, чтобы не пропустить появление фуры с прицепом, камаза, доверху гружёного щебнем или грузовика, перевозящего асфальтоукладочный каток - этим машинкам при всём желании их водителей порой очень сложно перестроиться, чтобы обогнать велосипедиста. Кто не переживал то непередаваемое ощущение, когда в 10 сантиметрах проносится сначала грузовик, а затем его прицеп, тот в принципе понять не может всю прелесть катания по трассе. ;) В городе та же ситуация, когда полметра ПЧ завалено грязью и песком. Иногда приходится устраивать спринтерские заезды, чтобы проскочить проблемные участки. А если случается последовательно сразу несколько "весёлых стартов", да ещё и при хорошем встречном ветре, то лёгкие наружу - обычное дело. Зато бодрит неимоверно. ;) Сегодня, например, надо ехать по маршруту, завершением которого (после хороших подъёмов и спусков) будет полукилометровый подъём на 40 метров. На протяжении всего маршрута (выезд из города) на ПЧ установлен высокий бордюрный камень, т.е. съехать не получится при всём желании, а грузовики идут сплошным потоком. Словом, после нашей обыденности, хамоватые по отношению к окружающим покатушки мАсковских мажоров смотрятся понтами, не сталкивавшихся с реалиями эдиков. Типичному эдику могут набить морду (и есть за что), а могут просто и тупо сбить - например, начинающий водитель (с таким же понтом и шалящими гормонами), не сумевший распознать, что за чудо перед ним. Никого не осуждаю, в итоге каждый получит своё - заслуженное. ps. героиню видео к мажорам не отношу - едет вроде спокойно, не нервируя других участников движения, к коим относятся также и пешеходы.

By Russian laws, if you would get injured or killed by a car, the driver will go to jail. You are easy to not be noticed because of your reckless driving, so I do have empathy for the taxi driver and disprespect for thoes, who have poor judgement and no respect for others

C'mon why all fixies can't ride same responsibly as that nice girl on video? She's great.

@Andomar Ничто не идеально, но проезд на красный правила предусматривают. Сравнивают противоположности, так что сравнение с Данией вполне уместно. Я, к счастью, в другой половине - присоединяйтесь.

@Andomar "...она сказала.., старается..." - можно без розовых соплей? Нет, безопаснее - не нарушать. Детский сад, честное слово.

@Andomar "их" велоструктура - ничто - трудно не согласиться, но такая дикая езда никак её не улучшит, а напротив, накидает ещё больше наших противников.

were you using a lens hood?

Крути ты педали, хватит языком молотить xD

people on these roads hate each other, and they especially hate bike riders...

I'd like to had been sitting on her handle bar during the 1 hour - 40km/h trip..

Мб подскажите ресурсы, на которых общается тусовка московская? Мне в основном с целью узнать, где велосипед купить/собрать:)

fixed gear moscow, есть тг канал, есть группа в вк - там есть барахолка

I visited Moscow many times in the early and mid 90s. At that time nobody was riding bikes in Moscow, cept maybe a few athletes. There were bikes but mostly at dachas. I bought at new Russian bike at an outdoor market, was a single speed had a freewheel, now I ride mostly fixed gear. I think I paid about 20 bucks for it and had to go through it mechanically before I could ride it I rode mostly on sidewalks and through parks, nobody was riding bikes and people would look at me crazy. At that time I lived in Voikovskaya, I would ride down to a waterfront. There were no bike lanes and people weren't expecting bikes in the street so It would be suicide at that time to ride in the streets. Anyway I loved this video.

I love these videos

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