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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    You missed my sarcasm. And many more of you are missing Highway Gnar's failed attempt at humor.




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    Finally got vid of HS attempting to bunny hop over a chain...


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    At the Bush we sold off the rental fleet at the end of last summer, the heavy duty downhill bikes flew out the door at $600. We had Iron Horse, perfect timing in that the company recently went bellyup.

    Waiting for the arrival of our new fleet of Rocky Mountain bikes. A decent dedicated downhill MTB start at $1800. With only 9 gears they are not good for anything else.

    The Bush, kmart, Plattkill and Mt Snow have good reps for downhill biking. I hear alot of great things about a MTB park over in NH, Highland.
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    To beat the grim reaper in life it's not about how long you live but how you live it.

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    I need to go to walmart to buy a new rear tube and a pump. Anyone know what size I should get?
    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highway Star View Post
    I need to stick a pump in my rear tube. Anyone know what size I should get?
    Fixed it for U...

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    So I was able to get a new tube by reading the size off the tire, it was 26", just in case anyone was wondering. Got a couple pilers, took off the rear tire, took out the tube, etc, etc. Hour and a half later I was.ready to rock again.

    I tried hopping while standing still but I couldn't balance, I'd just sort of fall over when I tried to stop. So I was trying to hop a can in the driveway, but couldn't clear it yet. It's really tough compensating for the suspension. I'll keep at it though.
    "For example, I ski without a helmet and with bindings that basically don't release." - Highway Star

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootDKJ View Post
    So will you actually post up a MTB Trip Report?
    I prefer he keep his idiocy to one thread.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    I prefer he keep his idiocy to one thread.
    Party pooper

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    Quote Originally Posted by RENO View Post
    Finally got vid of HS attempting to bunny hop over a chain...

    This kid's lucky he didn't break his neck!!!

    This thread is such a train wreck. I LOVE IT! LMAO!

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