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  1. #76
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    My personal HobGoblin with a basic X7 2x10 kit and a few hop-ups like Cole wheels, FSA SLK bars/stem, Thomson post, and a Reba with a Maxle.

    Darn photo isn't uploading, sorry!
    Airborne Dude.

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    Here is mine.

    Let's see those Airborne bikes!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1354062527.347006.jpg

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    I got my Guardian out for a few laps after more than a month of deep snow. It was great weather, but the ground was a bit soft for the local singletrack, so I went out to the lake. As usual, the Guardian performed extremely well. The muddy parts were especially fun.






    Nathan

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    Caught my newly assembled Goblin looking longingly out the window.


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    LOL, that's awesome!


    Airborne Dude.

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    Black Goblin

    Spent about 4 hours on this bike today...the more I ride it the more I love it...got a gravel grinder comming up this weekend and seriously thinking of using my Goblin instead of my cross bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXTony View Post
    Spent about 4 hours on this bike today...the more I ride it the more I love it...got a gravel grinder comming up this weekend and seriously thinking of using my Goblin instead of my cross bike.
    I slapped some cross tires on the OEM wheel-set and did a 50 mile gravel grinder on Sunday. was alot less stiff the next day than normal when riding on the cross bike but found the 38/11 limiting and hard to keep up with guys running 50+ big rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailMasonJones View Post
    I slapped some cross tires on the OEM wheel-set and did a 50 mile gravel grinder on Sunday. was alot less stiff the next day than normal when riding on the cross bike but found the 38/11 limiting and hard to keep up with guys running 50+ big rings.
    Yeah was thinking about that...I guess I may stick with the cross bike and just suffer through the bone rattling fun it injects on my body...

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    Those pics look great Tony! We "borrowed" on for our FB page.

    Jeremy
    Airborne Dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyFlyer View Post
    Those pics look great Tony! We "borrowed" on for our FB page.

    Jeremy
    Thanks...I am digging this rig!

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    I am kicking around this weird idea of getting a Goblin frame..I have a second cross bike that is two big for me...thinking of putting the parts from that bike on a Goblin frame...rigid fork..drop bars..and making a gravel grinding something or another...I know it would look strange but think it might be kinda of cool..

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    If thats what you want go for it. I'm sure you wont be dissapointed.

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    Let's see those Airborne bikes!

    Awesome day for a ride today!

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    Loving my guardian!!!!
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    Bionikbear

    1. It looks pretty clean. It needs some dirt on the tires and frame.

    2. If it were mine, I would lose the reflectors.

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    Yeah schedule and weather haven't permitted any trail time yet and i plan keep the reflectors as i have a habit of terrorizing the neighborhood in the evenings & every bit of extra visibility helps me not end on the wrong end of an suv
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    I have a bunch of photos on my facebook of my Taka at Winter Park/Keystone, I will need to try and import those here.

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    A pair of Airborne Bikes here in Houston. Taka and Hobgoblin 29r after coming out of the Anthills Trail...

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    Let's see those Airborne bikes!-green-goblin1.jpg


    Just got done riding around Arlington, Tx! Big Cedar Wilderness kicked my arse!

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    Just got done riding around Arlington, Tx! Big Cedar Wilderness kicked my arse!
    Dig Big Cedar. Cedar Hill State Park is pretty nice also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXTony View Post
    Dig Big Cedar. Cedar Hill State Park is pretty nice also.
    Yeah I've been meaning to go there... So far I've done river legacy, boulder park, and big cedar. I hear cedar hill is a good mellow ride though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auzy View Post
    Yeah I've been meaning to go there... So far I've done river legacy, boulder park, and big cedar. I hear cedar hill is a good mellow ride though
    Yeah. Nothing technical. Nice flow to it. 29er XC heaven.

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    Auzy, nice ride.. way to accent that green!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Auzy, nice ride.. way to accent that green!
    Thanks lol, couldn't resist! I also where this when I ride around....

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange617 View Post
    A pair of Airborne Bikes here in Houston. Taka and Hobgoblin 29r after coming out of the Anthills Trail...
    Houston here as well! Rode the Guardian up at Double Lake today and had a blast!

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