– Welcome back, you beautiful people. Well, today’s all about hanging out with your mates on the trail. – It is, but are we mates? – Of course we are, Richard.
– Hmm. – We are mates. – Yeah. – Well, there’s a few ways
to antagonize each other. – I think we should go have some banter, shouldn’t we?
– Just to make the day a little bit more exciting. – (laughs) Let’s go on a ride. – I’ll follow you, Rich. – Come on, then.
– Go on then. (loud laughing) That’s number one. (thudding) (splashing) – [Rich] Ah, yes, the
loosen the seat clamp to make the post drop down. I love this one. – Look at that, dude. – Well, it’s my seatpost. – That’s really high. – Yeah, but it’s an XE bike, it’s for… Let’s go tackle this hill– – Let’s go up there, Richard. – Go on then.
– You should lower it. – Jesus (grunts). (loud laughing) – [Blake] Yeah, told you, too high. (screaming) (whooshing) (bouncy instrumental music) – Oh, hang on Rich,
before we drop in, right. – Yeah, bud? – Can I have a tinkle quick? – I’ll look after the
bikes, how about that? – Yeah please. – Excellent. Now’s my chance, what Blake
doesn’t know (exhales sharply). (zipping)
Just a little trick for his handle bars. (urine splooshing)
Now whip the grip off and chuck some stones in there, which will rattle around
nicely and drive him nuts. (zipping) – Ready (grunts). – Enjoy. – Cheers dude. (stones rattling) Woo-hoo, Rich, Rich, hang on. – [Rich] What’s up mate? – There’s something
wrong with my bike, man. Can you hear that? – No, nothing, nothing. – That! (stones rattling) (Blake screaming) – Nope, still nothing. – What have you done to my bike? – Nothing I have…whoof. It’s all up here though.
– Don’t you start I can tell. – All up here.
(vinyl scratching) (driving rock music)
(wheels clicking) – [Rich] One of my favorite places. (breaks grinding) – [Blake] One of my favorites too, Rich. – [Rich] Oh I love it. I got a line going– – [Blake] Yes bro (laughs loudly). – [Rich] Mud in my face and everything! – [Blake] Sorry (laughs). Eat that Rich! Ah, yes the inside line. I love doing this one
especially when my friend in front is going a little bit too slow. Just show him who’s faster. (Blake laughing loudly)
(Rich yelling) – What you up to, Blake? – Just doing a bolt check. We’re each on a fresh bike–
– Yeah. – Yeah, yeah. Okay, I’m going to go and
just make a phone call. – Wicked. – That’s all right though? – Yeah, yeah. – All right then, calling mom. Thanks for looking after that. – You’re welcome. Say hi to your mom. Now this is a good one to
antagonize with your friend. I hate skippy gears. Gone, he’s gone out of sight. – All right, thanks, mom, bye. – How’s mom? – [Rich] She says, hi. – Hi, mom! – Yeah, she was disappointed. – Was she? – [Rich] In you. – [Blake] But what is your mom’s name? – [Rich] I’m not telling you. Hercules. (Blake laughs) – [Blake] Of all the names!
(both laughing) – [Rich] It’s a beautiful day for it. What?
(gears clicking) – [Blake] You all right there Rich? (Rich grunts) – [Rich] What have you– – [Blake] I haven’t done nothing Rich. – [Rich] Have you you tinkered with these when you did yours? – No, Rich.
– Right. That gear cable looks mighty slack! (Blake laughs) Give me that multi-tool. (swooshing) Just go off! – Friends? – No we’re not friends! – I’ll see you at the top, Richard. – [Rich] Oh that pesky Blake he’s done it. I can see he’s tinkered
around with these gears, and he’s messed ’em right up. I’m going to have to get him back. What can I do to get him though? (ominous music) Now this is a classic one. We’ve all done it and we’ve
all had it done to us. Creeping alongside your
mates and just yanking on one of their breaks. Gets ’em every time and is always funny. (Rich laughing)
– What’d you do that for? – [Rich] That’ll teach ya! (swooshing) – [Blake] Hey Rich, Richard.
(breaks squealing) – [Rich] Whoo! – Do you want a cup of tea? – I would (grunts) love a cup of tea, thanks mate.
– It is a bit wet out. – Or damp. – What would you like?
– Cold. I’ll have an Earl Grey please. – Earl Grey and I’ll have a
breakfast tea (exhales sharply). – That’s fine. This will get him. (bouncy instrumental music) – Richard, Earl Grey. – Ooh, get it whilst
it’s hot, thanks mate. – [Blake] You’re welcome. – I watched over the
bike nice and careful. Don’t worry. – Real good. – People might have noticed
you’ve got to leave the tea bag in you’re tea. – Oh yeah that’s right. – Leave it in. – That’s what I just did there for you. – Oh, too kind. – My one’s done the Titanic
and gone to the bottom. – Your (laughing), yours is sunk. – Mine has sunk. – Yours has hit a– – My tea bag’s the iceberg. – You teabagged an iceberg? (bongos pounding) Go for a spin? – What?
(breaks squealing) What have you done to my bike, Richard? – What’s wrong? – Look, totally out. – [Rich] I think it’s your eyes that are out to be honest. – No if my eyes are out
then something’s rotten. Give us the Allen keys.
(Rich laughs) You’re messing with my handlebars. Do you mess around with someone’s cockpit? It’s like the worst thing ever. – I’ve heard that. – Yeah, yeah we’re all having a laugh. Yeah, I’m not laughing. Til we all someone gets
hurt, thanks, right. I’m going to hit the trail.
– Allen’s keys. Let’s go hit these trails. – I think those are Josh’s. (swooshing) – Well that was fun wasn’t it. – Brilliant fun, we’re still friends? C’mon, I finally got those
things out of my bars. – Yeah, I finally got my gears working. (Blake laughs) Just about.
(Both laughing) (hand slaps) – So there you go a few ways just to mess with your friends out there on the trail if you’re having a
boring day at the trails. – I think we brightened it up didn’t we. – We did brighten it up.
– We did brighten it up. – Even though the heavens have opened now. – Yeah that’s not got bright.
(both laughing) – Thanks for watching. If you want to follow us on social media it’s all linked down below,
and we’ll see you next time. See ya. Do you want to get a cup of tea?