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Old 01-22-09, 04:06 PM
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I need a Mountain Bike

I am looking for a mountain bike. I need a size 18/19. I could not post in the other section, sorry. I live in Los Angeles. I was looking for an amicable trade.

I have full set of Clubs I would like to trade.

Hogan Apex Edges 3-pw in great condition. They are foged cavities.

Cleveland Triple grind 60 degree wedge

Macgegor V foil 10 degree driver

Taylor Made S200 3 wood

Odessey White Hot Putter, New.
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Old 01-22-09, 07:51 PM
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sell the clubs look for a bike on craigslist
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Old 01-22-09, 08:26 PM
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I'm elated to see another silly golfer bag that crap and have some real fun!

Good on you, chefxian. Are you a chef?
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Old 01-23-09, 03:37 AM
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Originally Posted by chelboed View Post
I'm elated to see another silly golfer bag that crap and have some real fun!

Good on you, chefxian. Are you a chef?
Yes I am a chef. I used to Mountain Bike a lot. I just got back into cycling and would really like to MT bike again. I figured it would be easier to trade clubs woods etc straight across. I think I'm wrong.
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Old 01-23-09, 05:03 AM
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Originally Posted by chefxian View Post
I figured it would be easier to trade clubs woods etc straight across. I think I'm wrong.
If they were Mizunos I might have, Distance between us would have been a problem though.
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Old 01-23-09, 01:31 PM
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It might be hard to find someone to trade with you. Craigslist may help, though.
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The answer is simple. Drive to your local trail with your clubs. Hike out onto a local trail with a club. When you hear the squeaking of brakes and/or clicking of the freehub, get ready. Timing is key. Swing the chosen club at the unsuspecting MTB. Knock him/her off of his/her bike. Take the bike.


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Old 01-23-09, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by junkyard View Post
Disclaimer: This suggestion is strictly for entertainment purposes and not meant for actions to be modeled against.
No better than I can swing the clubs, I'd probably hit myself anyway.
PS. Would it be best for a person to wear cammo?
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Old 01-23-09, 02:21 PM
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Golfers wear blue plaid camo.
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Just step out out on the trail looking like this, maybe they will just give you their ride and run away.
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Originally Posted by born2bahick View Post
No better than I can swing the clubs, I'd probably hit myself anyway.
PS. Would it be best for a person to wear cammo?
I know not of this "cammo"...
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Golfer walks off the 18th green and a friend asks "hey, how did you do today"...guy says "the two best balls I hit all day is when I stepped on a rake"...ta dum...

Love some of the "golf isims"...
EA=an elephants ass...it's high and it stinks
TBF=Texas Bug Fuc*er...a long low shot, like a line drive (also know as a worm burner)

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step one: try above tactic of stealing
step two: fail at said tactic, so as not to be in jail
step tree: find old beat up bike at yardsale
step 4: buy single speed kit
step V: install
step six: don't spell three without an h >: (
step VII: ride!!
step 8: **********
step 9: PROFIT!!
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Thanks for the suggestions. They are all pretty good.
I cant wait to hit my local trail and rough up some poor old granola eating
pothead, you know maybe he won't feel a thing.
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Originally Posted by chefxian View Post
Thanks for the suggestions. They are all pretty good.
I cant wait to hit my local trail and rough up some poor old granola eating
pothead, you know maybe he won't feel a thing.
make sure, after you steal the bike, that he wasn't drug trafficking with a bike frame stuffed full of dope or smack.
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Originally Posted by chefxian View Post
Thanks for the suggestions. They are all pretty good.
I cant wait to hit my local trail and rough up some poor old granola eating
pothead, you know maybe he won't feel a thing.
Ahh, this old stereotype comes up again.
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Ahh, this old stereotype comes up again.
I wonder why? Most of the people I like to ride with are beer drinking thugs who are trying to tweak it out over the next "hip".
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