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Old 08-10-08, 08:28 PM   #1
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Help I want to be a poseur

Ok I'm looking for a cycling related sticker for my truck window. My backcountry.com goat is peeling off and I want to replace it with a Mountain bike sticker. I ride a Trek, don't really want a trek sticker though.. my fav bike brands are probably giant and marin, but those don't sound cool. The standard poseur sticker is FOX so that is out.. I'm thinking maybe a ritchey sticker or maxxis or something that only bike folks know what it is like sram or truvative, etc...


give me some Ideas or tell me I'm lame. whatever. just a smaller white letter sticker is probably what I want, or maybe some color.
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Old 08-10-08, 08:32 PM   #2
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Calvin taking a wizz. . .
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Old 08-10-08, 08:45 PM   #3
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bikeforums.com sticker.
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Chrome ladies on the mudflaps.
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a bike forums sticker that features calvin peeing on chrome mudflap ladies ... that's exactly what I need.
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Old 08-10-08, 09:11 PM   #6
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that's how the mountain biking section of BF rolls...
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IMBA. You get a few stickers with a paid membership. You can also buy more stickers directly from their web site. http://imba.com
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How 'bout retro? I have a BUNCH of these stickers in the classic orange logo. PM if interested.

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IMBA. You get a few stickers with a paid membership. You can also buy more stickers directly from their web site. http://imba.com
IMBA rocks. That NORBA one?.............not so much.
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You can get a Crank Brothers sticker by purchasing a set of pedals. It's white, has no words and is sufficently "secret" enough to mystify any non bike riders. It's actually a pretty cool logo as far as random logos that catch my eye goes.
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Get the gothic writing all the way across the back window that says "poseur" That should do it.

The IMBA sticker is a good choice too.
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Transition window sticker is BIIIIG (about 17" long I believe). Great cult-following bike sticker. Helps if you actually own one though. Got some rather large Dirty Dog stickers (about 8" square) - - I'd give ya one. But hardly anybody knows who they are. Much classier than cliche' Fox stickers though. Think I still have a slew of SixSixOnes too. Also much more panache than the F-word company.
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How 'bout retro? I have a BUNCH of these stickers in the classic orange logo. PM if interested.

I love this old school Onza sticker. You got them with bar ends or tires I think. I have one with only the lettering on my winter bike's stem.
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To be a true pozeger you must go all out. One sticker will never do..........

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Transition window sticker is BIIIIG (about 17" long I believe). Great cult-following bike sticker. Helps if you actually own one though. Got some rather large Dirty Dog stickers (about 8" square) - - I'd give ya one. But hardly anybody knows who they are. Much classier than cliche' Fox stickers though. Think I still have a slew of SixSixOnes too. Also much more panache than the F-word company.
No Maxxis or Syncros stickers
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