Tyrone Williams makes bike-sharing look cool. 

Triathlete Jefferson Smith set a high bar when he completed the last leg of the 2012 Nation's Triathlon in Washington, D.C.—25 miles!—on a Capital Bikeshare bike (he also "swore to never do that again"). Roughly a year later, professional BMX rider Tyrone Williams has jumped that high bar, on one of New York's Citi Bikes.

In the video below, shot by Animal New York, you can watch Williams do sweet stunts on a bike that was absolutely not made for stuntin' of any kind: 

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