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

Highway Star

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I bet he looks super cool on the bike path with all his riding gear and those white wheels!
 

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I am wondering how he keeps them clean. Bvibert do you use the westleys whitewall cleaner in a foam spray or do you use the gallon of concentrated formula?
Niether. After he collects his bacon grease to lube the chain, he applies a little mimosa to the white walls. Acidity in the oj cuts the grime, bubbles in the champagne lift the dirt. All part of his bike maintenance breakfast.
 

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My bike never gets dirty because I only ride on the paved bike paths. If it gets a little dirty then I take it to the bike shop to have it cleaned. I'm not sure what they use.
 

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So, now that bivert broke his full suspension bike, and has a hardtail...........I have a better bike!! Because full suspension is always better!
 

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So, now that I've been doing bigger drops in the 2-3 ft range and some DH, I'd like to pick up some pads. Any advice on that?
 

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So, now that I've been doing bigger drops in the 2-3 ft range and some DH, I'd like to pick up some pads. Any advice on that?

 
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