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    Itís the fucking golden age to be a kid. I was 28 before I got a bike of similar quality. This kid is 11 and riding a turner 5spot.
    But Ellen kicks ass - if she had a beard it would be much more haggard. -Jer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    Itís the fucking golden age to be a kid.
    Sure is. Nice ride!

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    Kid stoke

    Little session at the neighborhood jump line

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    New Clash 24 in the hizzouse! https://www.instagram.com/p/BzMhTuxnzLf/

    Just in time to race DH at Nordic this weekend. Need to get his Dominions and JUNIT wheels on there still. Going to be a hell of a machine.

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    Now in proper spancership trim. The JUNIT wheels, DHFs and a XX1 cassette I practically stole from Phall dropped almost 3 lbs off the stock build. And, yes, that is a factory-monogrammed brake lever. Click image for larger version. 

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    Shakedown laps on lower Rush, worked up an appetite. Click image for larger version. 

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    Awesome

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    Love it.

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    I sometimes complain about the quality of local trails, but when I can do a sub-10 minute shuttle from the house, climb 500, and descend 1300 back to the house (with a quick stop at DQ on the way) with my five-year-old, that's something I can't complain about.
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    Anyone gone riding with kids in Crested Butte area (we're staying on the Taylor River)? We're going to be there this weekend.

    My kiddo is 8, she can ride trails in Boulder like Marshall Mesa and the new kid-friendly loops at Heil. But anything with technical stuff or lots of climbing won't go over well.
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    The 15 year old in her first MTB race. This was in a rocky section she probably would have walked (or at least put a foot down) a couple of months ago, this time she charged it every lap.

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    Kid stoke

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    Anyone gone riding with kids in Crested Butte area (we're staying on the Taylor River)? We're going to be there this weekend.

    My kiddo is 8, she can ride trails in Boulder like Marshall Mesa and the new kid-friendly loops at Heil. But anything with technical stuff or lots of climbing won't go over well.
    Lower loop? Nice spots to hang at the river, can get to it through town, relatively flat, not technical. Itís been a while since Iíve ridden it (cause why would you if you arenít with kids?) but I think itís your best bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beece View Post
    Lower loop? Nice spots to hang at the river, can get to it through town, relatively flat, not technical. It’s been a while since I’ve ridden it (cause why would you if you aren’t with kids?) but I think it’s your best bet.
    thanks, yeah, that seems like a good call.
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    Well

    Hell yeah

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    Aw yeah. Thatís about my max air to date.
    Uno mas

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    Quote Originally Posted by criscam View Post
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    Nice.

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    I'd say that that is suitable for framing. Nice!

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    Took the kids for their first shuttle day on the High Rockies Trail. To say they were stoked would be an understatement.
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    This is the next day after my daughter saw the full face and asked what it was for.
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    And this is how we watched Remi Metailler and Brandon Semenuk videos the rest of the day.
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    I dunno why they are sideways. What a jong!

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    Owen got a new Santa Cruz Bronson 27.5 for his 14th birthday


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    Very nice! Hard for me to imagine my parents buying anything along those lines for me as a kid. I guess we were poor. I never knew it until I grew up.

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