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Old 03-26-03, 05:10 PM   #1
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My new excuse to hurt myself



Thanks for the advice guys! No spiffy discs, but hey, you can always add that later >8)
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Old 03-26-03, 05:17 PM   #2
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I thought the underwear in the lower left corner was a nice touch... Like a gratuitous panty shot, only... grubbier.
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I thought the underwear in the lower left corner was a nice touch... Like a gratuitous panty shot, only... grubbier.

I'm sure none of us would have known that was underwear.....but since it is, HAAHAHAAHHAAHHAH.
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You'll love the FSR good choice.
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That yellow doesn't do it for me. Otherwise, nice bike.
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Now that you want to hurt your self....

...besure to post the pics of the carnage

Enjoy
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nice ride. I have last years FSR Stumpy with the Fox Fork. It's a sweet all round ride. It's extra nice for those technical climbs when your hardtail buddies are struggling for traction, and just kicking it in general.

Nice choice
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I like the color.
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Just ride it. Try not to hurt yourself. That will happen enough without you working towards it
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You only live once. Ride the hell out of it, and put yourself in harms way. Injuries equal pain, and pain makes you feel alive. Pain is good. Nothing better than a good toe stubbing after rolling out of bed in the morning.
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Given a few seconds, I'm convinced I could think of something better than stubbing my toe in the morning. However, I differ to your wisdom and experience on the matter.

On a side note, I'm keeping her in the house. Where I live people are known to borrow quick release parts. And when I say quick release, I mean anything not welded to the floor. If its of any consolation, I'm confident that I'll stub my toe on her tomorrow morning.
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