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  1. #2501
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    You should get in shape dood. More fit more fun. Mega laps. Thats the no way training program. Walkit vs no way. Its hans down no way. Ive got a c note on it. Dig out your wallet

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    Been hitting me exercise machine to keep in shape.

    Getting a warm up and if the rain holds off I will dust off the Ebike.
    watch out for snakes

  3. #2503
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Nice troll bud. Hans would destroy you on any bike evdn though he's old and has the dad bod. Genetics, look it up. Dude rides everything all the time. Put danny mac in the hurt locker on kilimanjaro. You couldnt carry no ways jock strap. Check yourself. That missy vid is so last year. Try harder bud

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    Lighten up, Francis, it was a joke.
    Triggered snowflake?
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Lighten up, Francis, it was a joke.
    Triggered snowflake?
    Wait, i thought we trolled? I confuse

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  5. #2505
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    I am not anti ebike, just a ‘sensible regulation’ guy. I am getting one to rip the hundreds of miles of legal moto trails we have here, and not to push for allowing them on currently non motorized trails.
    Especially crowded front-country trails.
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

  6. #2506
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    I am not anti ebike, just a ‘sensible regulation’ guy. I am getting one to rip the hundreds of miles of legal moto trails we have here, and not to push for allowing them on currently non motorized trails.
    Especially crowded front-country trails.
    No worries man. Just shi talking. Figured theres an established hornets nest in here so if you kicked it you'd expect a shit talk response. I wont pretend to know all your local issues with the eeb. Good luck with the purchase. I love hearing all the unexpected fun usages from new owners. Im still finding fun things to do on mine i never expected

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  7. #2507
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    Mud is kinda fun on an e-mtb

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    Ya and i normally hate mud. To avoid conflict i was riding the wet rooty trails that were muddy. Fun making slick climbs

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  9. #2509
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    Come to the dark side.

    We have cookies.
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  10. #2510
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    I am going to invent a heated swat- box for the e-bike so I can keep a nice carne asada burrito warm on a long, chilly ride.
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

  11. #2511
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    Landlord forgot a burrito on his sled muffler. Bear sniffed it out in the summer and pulled the hood apart like paper. Just an fyi incase you forget and lock it on your porch. Russian bear will ride off with the bike and burrito and youll be screwed

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  12. #2512
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    I like this, we need an Ecooker on the Ebike to make some Empanadas.

    Just gotta avoid the Ebear.
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  13. #2513
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    Yog Ebear visits daily here

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    Nice option to have tucked within the front triangle if possible. Maybe on your new rocky slayer. Wonder how long it takes to put on/take off?


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    Oar how much it costs?
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  16. #2516
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    Ehh throttle...whatever. I'm just not into class 2, there are electric dirt bikes that are faster, very competent off road machines and less expensive than most good class 2 e-mtb's.

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    Thought it might be throttle or no throttle. Looks like just throttle. No sale. Bit pricey too. 1900euros

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    Hard pass
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    Rocks, leaves and hero dirt
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  20. #2520
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    Damn one posted right and the other didn't. WTF.

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    Looks like a fun zone. Reminds me of my home trails in NB

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  22. #2522
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    Yeah it is. Some of the granite gardens are fun, the old quarries are a hoot to play in too. This place has turned that 21 year old girl in the pics into one badass little mountain biker.

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    Oh, i didnt really notice. I assumed it was you and i was looking at the rocky terrain. Youngn's got the focus on! Great you can get out w the fam

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    Good stuff
    watch out for snakes

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    Pinkbike’s now-retired Richard Cunningham on e-bikes: “I compare it to relationships: if you’re not up to the task there are electronic devices that work very well and do almost the same job.“

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