hah that was cool old lady rules ............ here is a old toon http://daftpunkosaka.ytmnd.com/
so. much. mud.
oooooooooohhh but sooooooooo much FUN eh!Originally Posted by somnambulant
I discoverd that once you bring the bike inside the nanotech killer mud quickly reverts back to goopy form and makes a big pile of crap under your bike. I rode back to the car wash and hosed it off.Originally Posted by somnambulant
To quote you: "This sh1t is crazy, and you can quote me on that!"
Fun ride though, All y'all missed out!
Looking forward to getting out there again sometime soon. It's been a couple of years since I've been in there and I knew there was a lot of work going on... they've done a great job!
The little I know. Scavenger hunt style. Start is behind the shop..8p.m. Lots of prizes.Originally Posted by 2wheelsgood
Keith: Do you know if the Fuji Track Pro is drilled for a front brake?
2005 2006 models were not. Don't know about 2007 but I would assume it is not as well.Originally Posted by Ill Mitch
Is the fork that comes with the track pro drillable? or would that compromise it's strength too much.
I got the MTB out today as well, didnít think it would be that muddy as it was freezing & full on snowing(well flurries & wind)but it was a bit muddy result me & bike very dirty fun fun except the frozen cold toe's.
Nice change from the rollers.
I can't wait for the next alleycat, my knee is slowly getting better and I might have the new bike to ride it on WOOT. As well more, and hopefully better, helmet cam footage.
I'm hoping to get in on the next one too
I'm hoping there is a team event at some point this summer BFSSFG vs the rest of Toronto!
I'm waiting for the messenger championships YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
I have wanted to ride that track since I was like 8 years old. I will come back here from anywhere I am to get on it and ride the HELL out of that thing. It will totally deserve a bike built up just for it. Please let it them figure out the insurance.Originally Posted by STEEKER
if it's the 8 track over/under you're speaking of , you've just made me feel really old.Originally Posted by Offhoff
I just found this neat skid video from Vancouver
Looks like they made good use out of their abundance of damp pavement
"Never do anything that you wouldn't want to have to explain to the paramedics."
"His first words were 'did you bike today?' I hesitated before admitting that I had, thinking I was going to get a lecture on how bad the roads were and how I shouldn't try to bike home. Instead he said 'man, you're lucky! I've been sitting in traffic for over 1/2 hr, and I've only gone about 2 miles. Some guy on a bike passed me about 20 minutes ago and I'm sure he's home by now'."
great find, thanks............................. Keith raced on that I think??
Ramsay's has a bit of sale on. 50% off shoes with a few sizes left. For $8 CAD shipping, probably worth a look.
Originally Posted by operator
It is carbon-fibre, right? So yeah, theoretically, it is drillable but I personally wouldn't drill CF as you might really mess up the integrity of the fork.Originally Posted by Ill Mitch
Who was it that was wanting royalty free music? What would it be for?
Not royalty free music, music that you have the rights to give permission for use for. I make videos and am trying to get away from using commercialized music from the labels and starting to use independent artists from whom I have permission to use their music. I can't give you exactly what it would be used for, but likely a biking or skateboarding video, you'd be credited but probably not paid. Unless, of course, the video went huge or something.
I need to start sleeping more.