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Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by IZwack, March 19, 2012.


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    1. IZwack

      IZwack Moderator Emeritus

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      All I gotta say is that, with the early warm weather in the east coast this year, the cycling bug is back.
      It burns like a vaginal disease (pics available upon request).
       
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      Turdle Will cook for gas Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Yeah, the weather seems to be opposite for the left and right coasts than normal this season. I wish I had time to ride more. So far my bike rides consist of 3 miles, running the dog around the block... I'm hoping to get this DH bike rollin' soon.
       
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      I hate to say it, but I finally got out for my first ride of the year, & it was only 11 miles.

      I guess that's what happens when you buy a house & have tons of work to do on it.
       
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      pics?
       
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      Rick Pumpkin Pilot Staff Member Admin Elite Explorer

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      Sorry to be the fuddy duddy, but Iz could you please change the title of this thread:D

      I had to do a:scratch::nono: when I saw it.
       
    8. IZwack

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      Done! Here's a friend's fat tire jump
       

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      IZwack Moderator Emeritus

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      Done and done!
       
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      section525 sextion525 Elite Explorer Moderator Emeritus

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      Thats a tire and a half! :eek:
       
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      Nice... We're getting ready to haul the bikes over to Pinckney state rec area this spring. Time to start riding...
       
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      I have never seen a half Pugsley before.
       
    13. IZwack

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      Only the front end is Surly stuff - the frame is a Jamis 29er.
       
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      No suspension. Old school riding going on there.
       
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      Yeah its weird, almost all of us are now riding fully rigid singlespeed bikes on trails that are more rocky and more technical than what we used to ride. No doubt that a geared suspension bike would be faster on half of the trail sections but singlespeed and fully rigid is just a bit more fun and rewarding.
       

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