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My new bike, ready to hit the trails...!!

RootDKJ

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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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I'm going to slay some dirt roads tonight, I'll let you know how it goes.....if I don't get attacked by cougars.
 

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LOL, that's funny. If you like the song, check out the album. "Greetings Interstate Manangers" by Fountains of Wayne. It is excellent.
 
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LOL, that's funny. If you like the song, check out the album. "Greetings Interstate Manangers" by Fountains of Wayne. It is excellent.

will do..I bet all the songs are on youtube..now I have the Staceys Mom song stuck in my head...HighwayStar..do you have any action shots of you on the trails??? Maybe that will make this place less of a sausage fest...actually it might make this place more of one..:p
 

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So, I tried riding down some stairs, and almost went over the bars. So the next time around I got back behind the seat and managed narrowly miss hurting myself. I'm getting better!!!
 
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So, I tried riding down some stairs, and almost went over the bars. So the next time around I got back behind the seat and managed narrowly miss hurting myself. I'm getting better!!!

Hell Yeah..I used to like riding my bike down steps and also jumping steps on my inline skates..I also like to ski down steps..
 
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So, I borrowed a GPS, and clocked myself on a hill near my house. 58 mph max speed. It felt fast, but do you think that's realistic?
 

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No way. I'm maxing out my road bike on some big down hills around 40 mph.....58 on a mountain bike like yours, not a chance.

Newsflash everybody. HS doesn't have that POS bike, didn't borrow a GPS, and didn't ride any mountain bike 58 MPH. Can we stop feeding into his idiocy now?
 

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No way. I'm maxing out my road bike on some big down hills around 40 mph.....58 on a mountain bike like yours, not a chance.

40 mph? On a road bike? That seems kind of slow. Can't they go like 35mph on flat ground?
 

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Newsflash everybody. HS doesn't have that POS bike, didn't borrow a GPS, and didn't ride any mountain bike 58 MPH. Can we stop feeding into his idiocy now?

Hey, don't call my bike a POS! It's a perfectly acceptable entry-level bike.

Not everybody needs a hi-end bike....I can compensate with my athletic ablity.
 

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Newsflash everybody. HS doesn't have that POS bike, didn't borrow a GPS, and didn't ride any mountain bike 58 MPH. Can we stop feeding into his idiocy now?

actually, this thread is quite humorous.
 

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So, I borrowed a GPS, and clocked myself on a hill near my house. 58 mph max speed. It felt fast, but do you think that's realistic?

Holla S! You must be training real hard to achieve speed like that.
 
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