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Old 05-17-12, 07:00 PM   #326
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Old 05-17-12, 07:04 PM   #327
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your instagram >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> my instagram. how do i get that resolution update??
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Old 05-18-12, 10:53 PM   #329
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phinney ridge? idk, on the way home from beers with jdg and zoltani and friends.

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its hard not to take pics all the time in seattle, and im from here
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Old 05-19-12, 12:05 AM   #331
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seattle is teaching me to stop, look and listen.
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Old 05-20-12, 10:31 AM   #332
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that's jdg closest to the camera.
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Edit: Also saw this, kind of reminded me of the yellow shoes and Histogram (but I wasn't sure if it was you or not):



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Haven't been getting much ridding in due to work and traveling but here a few recents

Cycleangelo and Phil:




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Neck is not quite long enough to get both hands in the drops
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that's jdg closest to the camera.
dat ass
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Old 05-20-12, 11:44 AM   #336
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Haven't been getting much ridding in due to work and traveling but here a few recents

Neck is not quite long enough to get both hands in the drops
Nice top cap
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Old 05-20-12, 06:36 PM   #337
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Busted.
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Saturday's ride, 17 riders in total, about 40km long with some steep climbs and some sketchy fast downhill sections.





I'm completely addicted to mountain biking, threes not many road riders around here and only one fixed gear rider (friend of mine), so I would end riding the roads with just one friend or alone.
While I do enjoy some solitude from time to time, it feels great to ride in big groups and there's always a bunch of people to mountain bike with.
Being able to keep up with the geared bikes on my rigid SS feels great and has earned me a bunch of nicknames already.
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dat ass
Yeah, you are an ass cause you don't let me know when you're going riding. Anyway, i was hiking on saturday.
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Old 05-21-12, 11:17 AM   #340
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From my ride on Saturday.


My friend with the 725 in the middle is a hipster, in case you couldn't tell. To his defense, he did ride over 100 miles total between Thursday and Saturday.
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Yeah, you are an ass cause you don't let me know when you're going riding. Anyway, i was hiking on saturday.
wats yo numba?

century this weekend?
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Old 05-21-12, 11:11 PM   #342
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Ms. Sunshine showed her face after two days of gray and rain. Went on ride solo cuz jdg was working (wteff???)

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Looks like a giant on that frame.
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and that's a 57! how did you ever ride a 55

I envy your 3ft long arms
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post reminds me I was going to try my first #ibite today and forgot
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Looks like a giant on that frame.
Fits real well actually, just in an awkward postion in the photo
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new challenge: fastest iBite
20+mph iBite = quick way to a new phone
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Even though there's a picture of you doing it, I still don't ****ing get how you do it. :/
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By the River Mersey near the Jackson's Boat Pub, Sale nr Manchester, England.
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century this weekend?
I'm probably going to head down to oregon for some biking and camping...
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