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Old 02-12-08, 04:44 PM
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Extreme downhill-crash-OUCH!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNwmpLPhoHw

Guess thats what happens when your headtube fails...
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He's pretty excited at 1:26
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Oh god... I didn't see that when I posted that... NOR did I want to.
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Old 02-13-08, 05:30 AM
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Thanks for posting that! Only seen it here like 20 times!
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Thats what happend when you exceed rated fork travel by 20mm.
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When I see that clip, I always wonder what kind of frame construction could have been
done to make the bike survive the stress. Maybe use a motorcycle fork.
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The Intense m5 survived it's part in the new world speed record.....
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Thats what happend when you exceed rated fork travel by 20mm.
+1. let that be a lesson for all you young'ns putting monster T's on yer hardrocks
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+1. let that be a lesson for all you young'ns putting monster T's on yer hardrocks
No! Say it isn't so!
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+1. let that be a lesson for all you young'ns putting monster T's on yer hardrocks
So a monster T is a no-no. Gotchya.
Super Monster T? That must be cool right?

I need that pic of Benders Evil SS hardtail with the SuperMonster T on it right now.
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Pretty sure its one of Benders ******** bikes..............
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^^ Does anyone ride that?
 
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^^ Does anyone ride that?
Yes, they are actually quite fun as a street bike and really fun as a hardtail dh bike. I have had my chance to play on them.

sans the monster t. I rode one with a super T back in the day and then later a 888.
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That fork is mosnterous!
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