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Old May 24th 09, 04:40 AM posted to alt.music.rush,alt.mountain-bike
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Default LOL, Ride-A-Lot & the beginner clan with $5,000.00 rigs (bikes)

All their bikes are about $5,000.00 and everything these bikes were
created for they never see the reality.

This trail would not even need a front suspension yet these people
have $3,000 dollar suspensions which are designed for the most
ruthless abusive terrain. There's not even pebbles on this trail.

I mean how can these guys feel right in the head when they're riding
bikes designed for extreme terrain and they're only capable of
beginner terrain. How does one calculate to spend the money on such a
setup when one never sees terrain requiring it?

I guaranteed Ride-A-Lot I will get him to clear without fear Deer
Creek Canyon and justify ownership of this bike.

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Old May 24th 09, 05:50 AM posted to alt.music.rush,alt.mountain-bike
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Default LOL, Ride-A-Lot & the beginner clan with $5,000.00 rigs (bikes)

LIBERATOR wrote:
All their bikes are about $5,000.00 and everything these bikes were
created for they never see the reality.

This trail would not even need a front suspension yet these people
have $3,000 dollar suspensions which are designed for the most
ruthless abusive terrain. There's not even pebbles on this trail.
[...]


I have ridden trails rougher than that on a drop-bar road bike using
32-mm tires.

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Old May 24th 09, 07:47 AM posted to alt.music.rush,alt.mountain-bike
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Default LOL, Ride-A-Lot & the beginner clan with $5,000.00 rigs (bikes)

On May 23, 10:40*pm, LIBERATOR wrote:
All their bikes are about $5,000.00 and everything these bikes were
created for they never see the reality.

This trail would not even need a front suspension yet these people
have $3,000 dollar suspensions which are designed for the most
ruthless abusive terrain. There's not even pebbles on this trail.

I mean how can these guys feel right in the head when they're riding
bikes designed for extreme terrain and they're only capable of
beginner terrain. How does one calculate to spend the money on such a
setup when one never sees terrain requiring it?

I guaranteed Ride-A-Lot I will get him to clear without fear Deer
Creek Canyon and justify ownership of this bike.

http://www.schnauzers.ws/index.php?o...ask=view&id=23...


Well, I guess you could have put them all to shame -


....IF YOU STILL HAD A BIKE! MUWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
 




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