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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert View Post
    Real men ride 24" wheeled mountain bikes.
    I found this to be really insightful afterall, so I'm thinking about picking up a 24" bike for more agressive riding. Danny Macaskill rides 24":

    http://www.bikemag.com/gear/inspired...e-trials-bike/

    Anybody know where I can pick up a sweet 24" bike?
    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Highway Star View Post
    I found this to be really insightful afterall, so I'm thinking about picking up a 24" bike for more agressive riding. Danny Macaskill rides 24":

    http://www.bikemag.com/gear/inspired...e-trials-bike/

    Anybody know where I can pick up a sweet 24" bike?
    Walmart of course you moron!!!!
    Live, Ski or Die Trying!!!
    "Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take, but by the ski runs that take our breath away."

    SKI THE EAST!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Walmart of course you moron!!!!
    x2

    Walmart has the best bike shop around.
    Brian

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Walmart of course you moron!!!!
    Bet you I could pull some sick stunts on this!

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/24-Mongoos...-Gray/42248084

    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

  5. #45
    Some of you take Highway Star way too seriously ....

    But it's turned into a pretty decent discussion.

    I'm curious about the fat tire bikes. What sort of advantage/disadvantage do those offer. Are they at all useful for cross country riding?
    Whatever hits the fan will not be distributed evenly.

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by wa-loaf View Post
    Some of you take Highway Star way too seriously ....

    But it's turned into a pretty decent discussion.

    I'm curious about the fat tire bikes. What sort of advantage/disadvantage do those offer. Are they at all useful for cross country riding?
    From what I read online, the main advantage of a fat bike is that you no longer have to go around telling people you're slow and have no skills, they'll now know that automaticly. Not sure why that is, just what I read.
    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by Highway Star View Post
    From what I read online, the main advantage of a fat bike is that you no longer have to go around telling people you're slow and have no skills, they'll now know that automaticly. Not sure why that is, just what I read.
    So you just described yourself.
    Live, Ski or Die Trying!!!
    "Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take, but by the ski runs that take our breath away."

    SKI THE EAST!!!!!!

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    So you just described yourself.
    Hey. Just because I don't ride a fancy $500+ bike like some of you guys, doesn't mean I'm slow.

    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

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