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Old 04-10-05, 12:16 PM   #1
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'05 Gary Fisher Mullet...


Nice...and clean.


Creek...




Almost there...


These cars were going like woh fast compared to me sitting there.


Some more creek-izzle.




Oh...that's hot.


A ****ty picture...


Uber far away still.


The ****ty picture idea...but now better.


1337 skeet.


Look mom! No hands!!!!111


11 miles so far...still 4 more to get there.


15.23 miles later...I'm at the water...but this isn't salt water...it leads into the pacific ocean.








These waves were sooo big today!




This guy yelled at me for feeding the bird's.


Ducky...woot.


I go in...and I'm like...uh can i have a burger, fries, and a soda. Then the ladie was like "We have Peksi, Spdite, Meester Peeb, Raot Bweer, and Rorangde (orange) soda." I was like dubya tee eff. I'll have a Peksi. :rofl:


I couldn't find the path to get out so I went down this like dirt path hoping I would find it...then it got all muddy because it rained yesterday and I was sinking into it.


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Yay...I can wash off my tires.


Mmmmmmmmm...that's hot.








Are those old hearsts?


Old ass Lambo Countach...I think. 95% sure. That's hot.


My longest bike ride so far.
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Old 04-10-05, 01:01 PM   #2
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Nice pics, and nice commentary, lol

I like the pic of the person in the boat
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Old 04-10-05, 01:07 PM   #3
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haha great pix man.
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Old 04-10-05, 01:11 PM   #4
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Get off the pavement with those knobbies!...I see a yummy dirt path to your right.
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Nice pictures!
That isn't a Countach though
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thats great nice pics thanks that made my day not really but it was still neat
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Hahaha loved the commentary, but when did you actually hit the trail?

Lol, I laughed out loud at the sandy vagina part.

hahahaha

Nice bike too. I've never seen it before!
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Old 04-10-05, 01:25 PM   #8
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HEY MULLETMAN how do you like tour new Mullet by Gary FIsher? am looking into gettin a new bike and that is one of the bikes i was looking at so how do you like it?
what do you ride?
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hope you relpy!! thanks
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Old 04-10-05, 01:36 PM   #9
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Nice piccys, sounds like a fun ride and great commentary!
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Old 04-10-05, 02:36 PM   #10
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Definitely not for the dial-up user, took forever, like 20 min. just to load all the pics. =) But anyways, very nice pics. Nice bike also, I got the 05' Gary Fisher Opie. Almost exactly the same bike but mine doesn't have disc brakes.
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Old 04-10-05, 03:12 PM   #11
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I'm on 56k.. I just went and had some toast and cereal, and came back and most of the pics were loaded.
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Get off the pavement with those knobbies!...I see a yummy dirt path to your right.
Ya, I just had to go back up top on the pavement for a while because there was a part that I couldn't cross (there was like water flying out of a drain.


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but when did you actually hit the trail?
After the long ass cement part. Too lazy to take pics.


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HEY MULLETMAN how do you like tour new Mullet by Gary FIsher?
Ya, the fork is nice but the derailer is a little janky sometimes, and the brakes are not top notch but still get the job done if you tighten them up a little...however for the price its a really nice bike and I like it.
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thanks for the input man
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Where's that at? There's a stevens creek in augusta.
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That green stuff looks just like guacamole!
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It's in the south san francisco bay area.
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Old 04-11-05, 08:32 AM   #18
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[slingblade] That's not a hearst, mmmmhmmm, I reckon [/slingblade].

It's an ambulance.
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Old 04-11-05, 11:06 AM   #19
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gotcha, yeah thats no where near augusta.
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lets see if my sig works
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Nice pics and nice bike! I actually Just ordered an '05 Mullet from my local Bike shop. l have a couple full suspension bikes, but miss jumping around on a hard tail.. got any big air on your mullet yet?
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I like the on the bike pic
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Haha, great commentary!
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My bad.

I thought this was going to be about mountain biking.
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Everyone needs a freeride bike for bike paths.
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