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The carnage thread

Greg

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Post pics after the hardtail rebirth.
 

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So....what's the plan for the FS frame now? Scrap metal?
 

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I disappointed that no one else posted up and pictures or stories of their own personally carnage.

I guess my frame breaking awesomeness scared everyone off...

We need some more carnage around here! ;)
 

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I got some scratches on my leg from the prickers I fell into yesterday. :lol:
 

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As a newbie on a MTB this year, I have too many scrapes, cuts, abrasions and bruises to count. I'm pretty sure that I've drawn blood on every ride with the exception of the rail trail rides. Anyway these two are probably the best of the season so far.






I've found the best cure for the pain of a wound is to go out riding again and replace it with another one! :p
 

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Thanks for the bruised hairy man leg stoke. :blink:
 

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Another first season biker here...

One of my first wounds in early May..




That red line is still there, 1 month later... and is still soar.. lol..


God damn that is one sexy leg...
 

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Ya told me so for what? To get a beefier bike?

You said that because Austin beats the shiat out of his IH, that yours will last. And I pointed out that despite that Austin beats the shiat out of his, he only weighs as much as a couple of full water bottles.
 

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You said that because Austin beats the shiat out of his IH, that yours will last. And I pointed out that despite that Austin beats the shiat out of his, he only weighs as much as a couple of full water bottles.

Oh yeah, that. Yeah, thanks for reminding me. ;)
 
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