Stunt riders film Road Bike Party parody on £80 budget (video)

A group of stunt riders have filmed a parody version of Martyn Ashton's Road Bike Party entitled 'Old Bike Party'

A group of stunt riders from 'Style Bicycle' have put together a video parody of Martyn Ashton's famous Road Bike Party, entirely on an £80 budget.

The three minute video sees the riders using an old folding bicycle and shopper bike which reportedly cost £40 each.

Sadly for them, the bikes they used didn't survive the onslaught of tricks as well as Ashton's £10k road bike did, with the Style Bicycle team pretty much destroying the old, heavy things by the end.

The video was filmed and edited by Josh Holdsworth but uploaded to Youtube a few days ago by Style Bicycle founder Keelan Phillips, who said that the filming took place in the Abbey and Western Parks in Leicester, while the skatepark they used was in Ruddington.

The video draws information from the original Road Bike Party and Road Bike Party 2, which combined have racked up almost 23m views online.

You can find out more about Style Bicycle and the Old Bike Party video by visiting their website (opens in new tab).

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Richard Windsor
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