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Neenah grad wows U.S. troops with bike-riding displays

7:25 PM, Dec. 13, 2012
Brian Kachinsky, a Neenah High School graduate and professional BMX rider, is doing a 'barspin' out of the rear door of a C-130 cargo plane in Kuwait during a demonstration for U.S. military troops in November.
Brian Kachinsky, a Neenah High School graduate and professional BMX rider, is doing a 'barspin' out of the rear door of a C-130 cargo plane in Kuwait during a demonstration for U.S. military troops in November.
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When Brian Kachinsky traveled overseas for the first time to entertain U.S. military personnel with his dizzying array of bicycle motocross skills, he wasn't sure how he would be received.

Turns out the Neenah High School graduate's inaugural "Bikes Over Baghdad" show in 2009 was a big hit with the troops. Kachinsky enjoyed the experience so much that he's made six return engagements.

Last month, Kachinsky performed his latest BMX show for the troops - this time at bases in Qatar and Kuwait. ...

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