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Halloween Video Roundup: Star Wars Speeder eBikes with Jesse and Casey Neistat, + Spooky vids from Lenosky, Red Bull, more

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It’s Halloween which means way too much candy, and hopefully some fun rides. It also means that a number of our favorite movie makers have released special clips just in time for trick or treating. First up, one of our favorite filmmakers, Casey Neistat, spoofs on one of our favorite movies, Star Wars, on one of our favorite things, the bicycle. Yes, these are Star Wars Speeder Bikes…on e-bikes.

As part of their annual Halloween hijinx, Casey Neistat and Jesse have teamed up yet again to create the most awesome Star Wars costumes ever. Thanks to some help from Lithium Cycles and their Super 73 fat eBikes, the team created some very realistic Speeder Bikes to terrorize NYC streets – until the NYPD steps in that is.

The Trail Boss isn’t scared. Instead, Jeff Lenosky teamed up with Lucas from Roanoak Mountain Adventures to check out Carvin’s Cove on a particularly spooky day.

I took a foggy morning ride in Carvins Cove and had an amzing time with my good buddy Dan Lucas from Roanoke Mountain Adventures. Fall is my favorite time of year to check out Virginia’s Blue Ridge, the colors are amazing and the temperatures are cool. Watch me follow Dan down Royalty, one of the more advanced trails in the 50+ mile trail system!.

Strange (Stranger?) things are happening to Bruno Hoffman as he rides through a Cold War station to try and free Anthony Perrin.

BMX rider Anthony Perrin is trapped in a parallel universe at the Teufelsberg in Berlin – a spooky communications interception station from the Cold War. His friend Bruno Hoffmann, called by mysterious voices, is heading there to save him by clearing various levels at Teufelsberg with his riding skills. But who is sending these voices? Anthony? The Devil?

Finally, no tricks, just treats from Fuji. We wish all houses were giving out Fuji Altamira CX 1.1s!

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