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Things I've been doing with my Big Dummy

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Old 07-24-08, 04:34 AM
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Things I've been doing with my Big Dummy

Mobile BBQ:





Towing Mountain Bikes:



Bike Camping:


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The bike camping trip was something of a rolling Surly advert, Big Dummy, a Crosscheck and a Long Haul Trucker
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Good stuff, thank for sharing.
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Mobile BBQ:





Towing Mountain Bikes:



Bike Camping:


Very cool. It looks like fun! Thanks for your post.
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One hundred percent- I vote you. That is my dream, the other night I actually had a dream I was a Bike soldier and I captured a bike and hauled it like that on a Big Dummy-esque bike
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One hundred percent- I vote you. That is my dream, the other night I actually had a dream I was a Bike soldier and I captured a bike and hauled it like that on a Big Dummy-esque bike
Haha, awesome!
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