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  1. #76
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  2. #77
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    dipstik - When are we gonna get the first ride report on the new bike?
    Of all the muthafuckas on earth, you the muthafuckest.

  3. #78
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    My Bullit keeping the SS pro's company

    The blur.

    The rest of the quiver.

    I like bikes.

  4. #79
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    My new ride.
    I think I'm going mad.

  5. #80
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    Originally posted by L8APX
    My Bullit keeping the SS pro's company
    Guy rides a Bullit and SS Pro's. Smart man, very smart.

  6. #81
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    Originally posted by CS
    Guy rides a Bullit and SS Pro's. Smart man, very smart.
    Yeah, smarter than some I know, those are alpine bindings.

  7. #82
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    flyk--how do you like the as-x for all-around trail riding? since my FXR frame weighs 8.3 lbs, and the as-x weighs 9, I'm seriously considering selling my FXR and swapping out frames.

    Just found out it'll run me at least $600 w/ shipping and install to get a new rear swingarm. Fockers!

    and p-tex: nice new rig!

  8. #83
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    p-tex, sweet ride. i have an attitude frame, klein all the way.
    I was amazed at how light and fluffy the powdery snow was and at how the challenge never ended.
    -Charles Kelly, CT

  9. #84
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    Originally posted by Particle
    flyk--how do you like the as-x for all-around trail riding?
    It's way different then what I was used to (SC superlight). But now that I'm getting used to the weight and the tighter geometry I'm really liking it. I haven't noticed any pedal bob, it pedals nice and smooth. The 5th element is great, in rocky and rutted stuff the back wheel is glued to the ground and it still takes bigger hits.

    I'll have to come down and ride some SLC trails with you guys and let you take a spin on it.

  10. #85
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    Originally posted by flykdog
    The 5th element is great, in rocky and rutted stuff the back wheel is glued to the ground and it still takes bigger hits.
    It's so amazing what a difference a shock can make. The Bullit climbs like a tank w/ no bob at all. It basically wheelies the whole way, but it'll get you there.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  11. #86
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    Breaking in my new ride




  12. #87
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    Originally posted by Punani




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    Get rid of those reflectors, JONG!!!!
    "There is a hell of a huge difference between skiing as a sport- or even as a lifestyle- and skiing as an industry"
    Hunter S. Thompson, 1970 (RIP)

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    Talking

    Originally posted by Plakespear
    Get rid of those reflectors, JONG!!!!
    Haha! I swear they came with the bike!!!

  14. #89
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    Originally posted by Plakespear
    Get rid of those reflectors, JONG!!!!
    No chit! Lose the reflectors or post this pic on Epic.
    ˇÓrale, vato!

  15. #90
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    Thumbs up

    mmmm, mud... So stoked on biking this summer, need a better ride though.


  16. #91
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    Originally posted by Punani
    Haha! I swear they came with the bike!!!
    I can't believe you still haven't deflowered her. Don't make me come over and do it for you.

  17. #92
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    I can see my house from here!

  18. #93
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    double damn!!!! That is two Turners now. I actually got to ride one the other day, a buddy got one. Man are they nice. Sweet ride BZZT.
    More fucked up than a cricket in a hubcap

  19. #94
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    My other bike:
    "Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow, what a Ride!"

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    Altagirl...575?

    I haven't even seen one of those yet..damn.
    Have you rallied it yet? Thoughts?
    "It's too bad that a lot of people have never experienced the feeling of rollerblading in the cool air of a summer evening"
    TheQuietStorm

  21. #96
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    Originally posted by Tap


    just ordered the Push'd vanilla RCfor the rear..oh baby!

    going riding today too
    Sweet rig!!! Turner's rule! I miss my 2 Turners...

    This is my new bike... coming in 2 weeks:

  22. #97
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    Re: Altagirl...575?

    Originally posted by flowtron
    I haven't even seen one of those yet..damn.
    Have you rallied it yet? Thoughts?
    Guess I don't know quite what you mean by "rallied" but mostly the 575 has just been on XC oriented rides with a fun descent, like Bobsled or Jacobs ladder. It climbs really well and sucks up the small drops (~2') I've done at this point like they're barely there. I like that you can drop the seatpost all the way down for descents. Anyway, it'll get a more thorough testing this weekend in Moab.

    They have them at Go-Ride (~3300 South, 400 East) if you're looking.
    "Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow, what a Ride!"

  23. #98
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    Last time I was in SLC, I had 2 goals:

    1. Ski as much as possible
    2. Spend at least 30 minutes in Go-Ride drooling.

    Missions accomplished.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  24. #99
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    Originally posted by altagirl
    I put it in my other thread, but here's the new ride:

    Nice new bike, Altagirl... One of these days I'll have to go for more of a trailbike. The nice thing about my new Banshee Chaparral is that I could go Air/Coil and 4-6" if I like.

    Sweet 575!! I'll have to hook up with you guys for a ride here soon...

  25. #100
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    Here's my deflowered ride


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