Mat Hoffman’s 40th Birthday Session

Mat Hoffman’s 40th Birthday Session.
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  1. Was he not running any brakes? If he did not it’s? weird πŸ˜›

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  2. …Still need to learn not to? say: “Just One More”

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  3. You made me who I am? today, your buddy Superman

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  4. This dude was one? of my heros as a kid….

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  5. Happy? 41st Birthday matt!

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  6. Gotta get a bike now πŸ™‚
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  7. My first bike was a Condor!!! Thanks for making? Freestyle what it is today!!

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  8. After 40 years, The? Condor still can’t be stopped.

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  9. ??? ?? ?????? , ????? ?????!? ?????…

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  10. my dad trys to act like u he has a redline its really kol but he? will never be as good as u we probably started riding because uf u i no i did πŸ™‚

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  11. Mat Hoffman Edmond? Oklahoma.

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  12. @russblake9110 dave? mirra

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  13. My mom use to party with matt? before he went REAL BIG.

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  14. ok. now can we have a new game or an? oblx & psn release ….

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  15. Seen Matt yesterday at the xgames fest hes awsome :D?

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  16. I saw Mat, Scotty Freeman, and Maurice Meyer on the Skyway Tour in ’86 or ’87 I think (getting old). Bob Haro’s brother Ron was the MC. I remember the first time Mat came on the scene. He sent in a reader photo of him, to Freestylin’ Magazine, when he was 13 or 14 getting around 9′ over the coping. When we read how? old he was and how much air he was getting, it inspired us. Happy late birthday Mat. Long live the Condor!

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  17. You could say Matt Hoffman is the? Tony Hawk of BMX or You could Say Tony Hawk is the Matt Hoffman of Skateboarding. Both major innovators of their sports and definitely Legends of Extreme Sports. Read your Book Matt, Always a huge fan. and long time lover of bmx. Thank you.

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  18. Had a chance to see? you in person here in PA during the 1997 Skyway Tour. You were incredilble on the ramp and a pretty good flatlander too if I recall. You paved the way for the sport man.

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  19. I remember when you were 14 and killing it. You, DMC, Holmes, wait I mean Moller….they just don’t make them like you guys any more. Crying over broken parts and no sponsorship money. I kind of wish BMX would? die and be reborn.

    Maybe RAD 2 would help. I’d watch it.

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