Ride the Vibe in Winfield

Freestyle riders perform at “Rockin’ the West” in Winfield

“Ride the Vibe’ freestyle riders, featuring Sam King, performed in Winfield at “Rockin’ the West” July 6. More photos on page XX. Photo by Stu Salkeld

“Ride the Vibe” freestyle riders showed that gravity doesn’t always apply.

“Ride the Vibe” performer Sean Bird made wheelies look simple July 6.

“Ride the Vibe” performers Sam King, left, and Sean Bird perform “stoppies” at “Rockin’ the West” July 6.

“Ride the Vibe” performers Sean Bird, left, and Sam King jump a ramp while giving a “high five” July 6.

“Ride the Vibe” performer Sam King, in white, rode his bike up the side of a bus July 6. You had to see it to believe it.

“Ride the Vibe” freestyle performer Sam King in Winfield July 6. Photos by Stu Salkeld

Stu Salkeld

News Staff

Freestyle riders perform at “Rockin’ the West” in Winfield

 

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