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    what they didn't show in the hi-five jumpers is the landing, where--unbalanced from the hi-five--they turn the front wheel too much, fall, and skid 20 feet.

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    I really like flyer four - the road sign with BikeForums written at the bottom instead of on a third sign.

    can you zip up a full size version of this one and maybe PM it to me ?

    I would like to take it to the nearest Kinko's and see what they would charge to make full color flyers for me.

    thanks for all your work - these flyers kick ass

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    I LOVE #2 and #4-edit. They are awesome.

    Great job MeHT.

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    Originally posted by RollingGeek

    can you zip up a full size version of this one and maybe PM it to me ?
    I can send you the .psd version. It's the same size (even then I had to enlarge photos and edit a bit to maintain quality), but the resolution is 80 pixels per centimeter. So the actual WxH is 5.85x10 cm. These are the general dimensions for the flyers, right?
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    Prepare for the worst - that way any surprise will be a pleasant one.

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    Although I am a mtb'er through and through, I would vote for #2. It is a more intense pic. Just looking at it I can feel the adrenalin and speed that the rider might be feeling going into that smooth sweeper.

    Slainte

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    I would have liked #6 if the riders were in focus. #5 is a sweet pic but I still like the action shot better.

    Slainte

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    Originally the were in focus, but the quality was awfully grainy. I can try to tweak it a bit.
    Prepare for the worst - that way any surprise will be a pleasant one.

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    If you get it in focus then it would be a draw between #1 & #6.

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