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Old 01-15-05, 05:00 PM
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Urban pics

Here are a couple of pics of the urban ride we tried to do today.These are of a little warm up set we hit a few times to get the blood flowing. About 30 min. into the ride my SS drive train had a problem and stripped some teeth off my rear gear,end of ride. Anyway hope you guys in the frozen north like them and I hope you can get out and ride soon.
The guys at the top of the stairs are some bmx riders, see we can all get along.
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good stuff mate
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How did you get those thumbnails horizontally aligned like that?

The pictures are loading for me btw.. the thumbs make it look like it was fun
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Did you clear the steps?
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Originally Posted by Billy Brown
Did you clear the steps?
doesnt look like it....
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Old 01-16-05, 06:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Billy Brown
Did you clear the steps?
No, you can clear them with no prob but then you land to flat It's best to land on the last 3 or 4.
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that's nice. I like those pix alot, but I don't think I'm going to be launching myself off any stairs like that anytime soon.
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Nice pics.....
am I the only once that got the "PC Error Check" software scam when they opened on of the pics?
I gotta tweak the firewall!
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I didn't get it. I run no pop up blocker I just use Firefox.
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Originally Posted by mtnbiker66
No, you can clear them with no prob but then you land to flat It's best to land on the last 3 or 4.
very true, that landing is aweful. would suck clearing them, then landing on that flat of a surface.
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Originally Posted by MattP.
very true, that landing is aweful. would suck clearing them, then landing on that flat of a surface.

Get full suspension
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LoL...full suspension. *bottoms out*
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Originally Posted by Chuvak
Get full suspension
I have full squish but it's not very good for street. SS hardtail is the way to go.
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