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Video: Guy With Death Wish Teaches You How To Skitch Around NYC

Skitching—the act of hitching a ride by holding onto a car while on a bike, skateboard or roller skates—is not something we'd ever recommend you should do. Unlike Salmoning (biking the wrong way on a one-way street or bike lane), there is very little argument to be made that Skitching is anything more than an unnecessarily risky activity for urban adventurers. But that can't stop some people from risking their lives for neat pictures, and it certainly won't stop one intrepid vlogger from doing so in the pursuit of cruising the streets of NYC.
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