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Quicksilver, Movie, 1986 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • O Prazer de Ganhar (Brazil)
  • El placer de ganar (Uruguay)

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2011-10-11 15:12


This isn't relevant other than it being an 80s song but I've been listening to this this morning

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dsl SX

2011-10-11 16:07


I don't think they ever bettered the early stuff http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44QZGGhQYLE , http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2IISm3Nxyk and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2c2nvdQewM .


2011-10-11 19:16


Haha I have those two albums on my playlist. I like "Would You Believe?" also on the self titled.

I have to go on a ride now, I will be back to add the last few

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2011-10-11 22:14


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A nice race against Laurence Fishburne's character:
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CougarTim US

2011-10-12 01:26


^I see a 1962 Ford Thunderbird in the third bike race thumbnail.

blinski PL

2011-10-15 17:17


hipsters on fixies ;)

cudak888 US

2011-12-28 07:50


Bacon's bike is a 1984/5 Raleigh USA Competition, while Nelson Vails machine in the opening is a 1984/5 Raleigh USA Grand Prix; two notches down in the lineup from the Competition. One of the messengers in the opening has an '84/5 Super Course as well; the model that sits between the Competition and Grand Prix in the lineup. All three were Japanese or Taiwanese made for the U.S. market only.

Fishburne also has a Raleigh USA, but it's a strange Nottingham-made machine that I've not yet been able to identify - it follows the same paint scheme as the other USA models, but it has a green semi-transparent paint-over-chrome finish. I've seen one other like this in orange, and unlike other Raleigh USA models, it's identified as having been made in England. It was not an Ilkston SBDU frame, but a standard Nottingham production frame, as I recall.


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