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What is your primary bike?

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Prăk-Tí-Kűhl
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Nice^^ that is pretty good time, my most accomplishment (little one lol) was on my evo indoor bike, I did 2 miles in 3.5 minutes lol average rpm were 125. the kids next door like to play on it and race each other, they thought I would be slow.... They got like 5 minutes, but there 9 and 11...
 

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Its okay haha, yeah it was definately challenging, but super worth it, the ride down was cake!



Awesome! I love that bike, I had one myself (a blue one :)) now I have a giant, got it in 10' I think
Right on [headbang]
 

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All I have left in my stable is a '10 Rockhopper SL, a '11 Sirrus Elite, and a '10 Yukon FX. I got rid of all the rest, but I had 13 bikes at one time. I mainly ride the Sirrus due to the fact that there are only two trails even remotely close to me and they're very meh.

The Yukon is mainly Bella's unless I feel the urge to punish myself by riding an excessively heavy full suspension. My SL has Rhythm Comp wheels, Ergo grips, Specialized bar-end grips, standard bottle cage/pump mount/underseat case (with appropriate tools/tubes), lights for night rides/road safety, clip-less pedals, Sigma computer, and removable rear fender. My Sirrus was my commute bike for a while, so it has the Body Geometry grips and Specialized bar-end grips, a Bontrager rack with Interchange Trunk, bottle cage/pump mount, lights, CatEye computer, and a Specialized Alias 143 seat.
 

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Prăk-Tí-Kűhl
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Whoa! lol I was never that hardcore, but I love riding, prefer it over anything else, exercise wise :p
 

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All I have left in my stable is a '10 Rockhopper SL, a '11 Sirrus Elite, and a '10 Yukon FX. I got rid of all the rest, but I had 13 bikes at one time. I mainly ride the Sirrus due to the fact that there are only two trails even remotely close to me and they're very meh.

The Yukon is mainly Bella's unless I feel the urge to punish myself by riding an excessively heavy full suspension. My SL has Rhythm Comp wheels, Ergo grips, Specialized bar-end grips, standard bottle cage/pump mount/underseat case (with appropriate tools/tubes), lights for night rides/road safety, clip-less pedals, Sigma computer, and removable rear fender. My Sirrus was my commute bike for a while, so it has the Body Geometry grips and Specialized bar-end grips, a Bontrager rack with Interchange Trunk, bottle cage/pump mount, lights, CatEye computer, and a Specialized Alias 143 seat.
Show-off. [cheers]
 

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Gt marathon team
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Trek hifi 29er
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My giant commuter 29er
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World Cup edition Iron Horse Yakuzu Ojiki ImageUploadedByTapatalk1378439174.092913.jpg

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And my favorite super v

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Pardon my bike dungeon it's a mess :/
 

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My helmet that saved my life in snowshoe downhill park ImageUploadedByTapatalk1378439678.740353.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1378439731.094953.jpg
 

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I wish we had ski-slopes here. [V]

I'm really looking at adding to my stable. A 27.5.
 

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I've yet to ride one, they look to be the best of both worlds though. I'll have to post our Snow Shoe WV video here, those trails are awesome. There's a 25 foot warped wall haha
 

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You lucky bum!

Yeah, that's the reason I didn't take the plunge on a 29er - and because: short.

I'm going to get one from my LBS soon to test ride.
 

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Perfect for us little ones
LOL, yes. I started on BMX too, but there were no parks or the like. We made jumps, then promptly used them to jump the railroad tracks. [facepalm] Many a wheels were bent by overestimating the distance we thought we could cover. [facepalm] My parents still have my bike in their garage at their house. They're hoarders. [facepalm]
 

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LOL, yes. I started on BMX too, but there were no parks or the like. We made jumps, then promptly used them to jump the railroad tracks. [facepalm] Many a wheels were bent by overestimating the distance we thought we could cover. [facepalm] My parents still have my bike in their garage at their house. They're hoarders. [facepalm]
I still have one of mine... The VFR, of course they gave away the Dyno Air... Now I no haz gyro
 

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I still have one of mine... The VFR, of course they gave away the Dyno Air... Now I no haz gyro
Just recently sold my nyquist and 540air, I was never too good at the technical stuff, but I would LAUNCH off everything haha
 

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I still have one of mine... The VFR, of course they gave away the Dyno Air... Now I no haz gyro
[V]

I bet if I went and dug through all the things I could find my jock-strap from pee-wee football. My step-dad would say, "I'll find a use for is someday. YOU NEVER KNOW!" [unsure]

Maybe next trip back to WI I'll bring the ol' girl home.
 

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Haha let me link you to my buddy "jumping" my backyard dirt jump hang on
 
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