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Old April 21st 08, 06:16 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,alt.music.rush
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http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...6_series/6000/

I do believe after test riding this fine machine, I can excel my
skills beyond what they are now.

New hardware makes all the difference in advancing skill-sets.

I want to get a video of me riding this down Deer Creek Canyon of
which to lure Ride-A-Lot/BumpkinPus to let me instruct him, of whcih
only if he is able to fully clear Deer Creek Canyon from top to bottom
(train him per section going up), as he goes up with me he advances
his skillset and confidence to assault the next upcoming section.

As he completes each section, and only after he completes each
section, do we advance.

He does not understand how to use his weight as a tool, he is afraid
of his weight and does not know how to apply it as a benefit. I can
achieve the change with him. Right there on the wall, he'll realize
what he's been doing and not been doing, his arms are the first
problem - tense due to fear. Jelly arms is what he needs to learn.
Spring arms that do not try to command but are commanded by the trail,
the treachery, make peace with the treachery by letting it have its
way by application of your weight to the type of terrain, but not
authority but obedient to the terrain.

Anyways, I can coach him and make him a new MTBer of which once he
completes the full trail, he'll be high as a kite at the bottom in the
parking lot, he'll even hug me and probably say "I wanna do it again",
that's how high you are when you rampage such trails. Some do it.

Not me once is enough.

But obviously I have to get the bike first and film me doing it, and
put the video online and I know Mitchel will watch it, and hopefully
he'll stop being an ass and stop letting people puppetize him by
wining and dining him, by connecting him to vast social venues of all
sorts, mainly MTBing.

I could get Ride-A-Lot, I mean my enemy BumpkinPus to become a leading
advanced rider of the group, but first he must say "sorry for allowing
my alias to be used to attack you, can we be friends and if you
advance my skills like you say you can and have shown you are able by
the video, I will make it worth your while to teach me"... He doesn't
compensate if he doesn't clear everything on the trail.

If he chooses to bail out or feels he can't do it, that's fine, we'll
be friends and part ways, perhaps get a beer and laugh at his Fred
Flinstone resemblance.



I really look forward to this Trek 6000. Hopefully my momma is going
to realize how she's being twisted and manipulated, and realize it was
wrong for her to partake in a conspiracy against me. Because of the
bike theft as well as the other thefts, I will not allow RUSH to
connect me or indulge me into their opportunities. Liz, Gary, all nice
people but are part of some bad group, which due to their power
(RUSH), thinks they should control everyone and should be able to
judge adn define everyone to the deepest point of realization of their
spirit, it's all about fear and inability to adapt to people that they
cannot control - RUSH that is.

Mitchel is getting sucked in like my momma. I should thank RUSH for
being there, they are a big, irreversible problem for murdering
mobsters - Chos/Strong, but RUSH is doing the same thing. Conquer him,
break him down and redefine him as a obedient drone - not gonna happen
RUSH.

Thanks for being there for being a major problem for Chos/Strong, and
if you team up with Bruce Lee, and Mel Gibson, we can defeat them. But
you must change not me..

!

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Old April 22nd 08, 02:21 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Tom Sherman[_2_]
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LIBERATOR wrote:
http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...6_series/6000/

I do believe after test riding this fine machine, I can excel my
skills beyond what they are now.

New hardware makes all the difference in advancing skill-sets.

That looks nothing at all like my 1999 Trek 6000
http://www.pedalpushersonline.com/productreviews/largegraphics/6000.jpg.

I will not be upgrading, since my bike is still better than my barney
level skills.

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Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
The weather is here, wish you were beautiful
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Old April 29th 08, 12:14 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
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On Apr 21, 7:21*pm, Tom Sherman
wrote:
LIBERATOR wrote:
http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...tail/6_series/...


I do believe after test riding this fine machine, I can excel my
skills beyond what they are now.


New hardware makes all the difference in advancing skill-sets.


That looks nothing at all like my 1999 Trek 6000
http://www.pedalpushersonline.com/productreviews/largegraphics/6000.jpg.

I will not be upgrading, since my bike is still better than my barney
level skills.


Practice. Where do you ride?
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Old April 29th 08, 03:39 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Tom Sherman[_2_]
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LIBERATOR wrote:
On Apr 21, 7:21 pm, Tom Sherman
wrote:
LIBERATOR wrote:
http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...tail/6_series/...
I do believe after test riding this fine machine, I can excel my
skills beyond what they are now.
New hardware makes all the difference in advancing skill-sets.

That looks nothing at all like my 1999 Trek 6000
http://www.pedalpushersonline.com/productreviews/largegraphics/6000.jpg.

I will not be upgrading, since my bike is still better than my barney
level skills.


Practice.


I am good at crashing! Lots of practice.

Where do you ride?


Here is where I used to ride quite a bit:
http://www.stateparks.com/kickapoo.html. I have not got out much since
moving north of the Cheddar Curtain, but need to do so for Mikey V's
sake.

--
Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
The weather is here, wish you were beautiful
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Old May 28th 08, 05:27 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Patrick Tibbits
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couple good places near Valparaiso, Indiana.

You could call Buck's cycle shop and ask for the county park east of town.


"Tom Sherman" wrote in message
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LIBERATOR wrote:
On Apr 21, 7:21 pm, Tom Sherman
wrote:
LIBERATOR wrote:
http://www.trekbikes.com/us/en/bikes...tail/6_series/...
I do believe after test riding this fine machine, I can excel my
skills beyond what they are now.
New hardware makes all the difference in advancing skill-sets.
That looks nothing at all like my 1999 Trek 6000
http://www.pedalpushersonline.com/productreviews/largegraphics/6000.jpg.

I will not be upgrading, since my bike is still better than my barney
level skills.


Practice.


I am good at crashing! Lots of practice.

Where do you ride?


Here is where I used to ride quite a bit:
http://www.stateparks.com/kickapoo.html. I have not got out much since
moving north of the Cheddar Curtain, but need to do so for Mikey V's sake.


--
Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
The weather is here, wish you were beautiful



 




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