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Old 12-15-04, 06:41 AM   #1
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Do any of you guys go to other bike forums(other sites) and give more expert advice? Or do you stick here the whole time, im looking for a aussie bike forum as the pricing on things here is always less than what it will be...
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Old 12-15-04, 07:29 AM   #2
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I use MBUK.com and southerndownhill aswell.... Both British sites, the MBUK forum is very jump, trials street oriented, as much of the UK is at the moment, whereas this forum is more northshore, the technical advise on this site is so much better, and if you hadnt noticed, general grammar in America is a step above people in the UK...

The southern Downhill is alright, i use it mostly for looking in the classifieds, as they have bikes going REALLY cheap, still none of them compare to this forum, even if it is American.
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Check over on mtbr.com .....the DH forum, theres a crazy aussi that goes by "BJ"
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Do any of you guys go to other bike forums(other sites) and give more expert advice? Or do you stick here the whole time, im looking for a aussie bike forum as the pricing on things here is always less than what it will be...
Farkin - www.farkin.net Its an Aussie downhill site with plenty of stuff to read and a forum.
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Old 12-16-04, 12:02 AM   #5
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ridemonkey and nsmb.com. I tend not to give advice in those except about whistler. Otherwise I simply post and play
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Also my website, Mtbworld has some stuff although it is still in the early stages and doesn't have too many regulars. Hss some good stuff though and is thoroughly user based.
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I use www.bikemojo.com only because thats where the locals hang and I can get info about the trails.
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