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    Goblin

    Got 25 miles out of her today...6 months still going strong

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    After being lazy all day, we managed to get out for a quick ride here in ABQ. Dueling Hobgobs...

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    Down by the river on my first ride with the new Goblin
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhazard View Post
    After being lazy all day, we managed to get out for a quick ride here in ABQ. Dueling Hobgobs...

    That's a beautiful pic Jerry... I can see why you left Ohio. That Hobgoblin with the funky seat must be your wife's?

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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...
    was in Big Cedar on memorial day, had a blast going down and pushing the bike up after coming down of the pitbull freeride course, lol...scary though....

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    Let's see those Airborne bikes!-photo-10-.jpgLet's see those Airborne bikes!-photo-11-.jpg

    put on some high rise bars and a shorter stem, thats probably all the upgrading ill do until something breaks

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    Nice Goblin! Any idea how much it weighs?

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    no idea, i would guess 31 pounds

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    I would guess that it's closer to 27-28 lbs. It's a small, and there's lighter bars/stem on there than the stock ones. The stock 16" weighs right at 27ish without pedals, so it should be about 27-28lbs now with pedals....

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    Let's see those Airborne bikes!-image.jpg

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    First ride. Picked it up this morning.



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    its a sweet ride!

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    Mitch, you still liking the hobgoblin? How about an extended review? Sweet bikes, all of them!

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    rode 17 miles on it today. Love the bike! Found out today she does good and a thunderstorm! The bike really rides great! Great climber and very comfortable cross country bike. Hats off to Airborne for this design!

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    Let's see those Airborne bikes!-img_20130625_184520_579.jpg

    5th trail ride on this baby, only bad thing is it was a new trail and very rocky, have a gash in my front tire's sidewall that will have me running tpo the shop for a new tire. I'm thinking the Kenda Nevegal just cause a buddy of mine loves them on the rocks of South Texas. You can see the slash at the bottom of the front tire, when we got to the trailhead the tube was starting to bubble through. I wish I was more worthy of the bike. I'm doing my best to get there. I also wish my phone had a better camera on it but am somewhat happy with this black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabola71 View Post
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    5th trail ride on this baby, only bad thing is it was a new trail and very rocky, have a gash in my front tire's sidewall that will have me running tpo the shop for a new tire. I'm thinking the Kenda Nevegal just cause a buddy of mine loves them on the rocks of South Texas. You can see the slash at the bottom of the front tire, when we got to the trailhead the tube was starting to bubble through. I wish I was more worthy of the bike. I'm doing my best to get there. I also wish my phone had a better camera on it but am somewhat happy with this black and white.
    Worthy? Keep riding! You'll be fine. Great bike!

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    Got a couple cool shots before my night ride this evening... Usually I drive to the trailhead, but this evening I decide to ride there (adds about 6 miles total to the ride). Albuquerque has unique urban structures and a LOT of ditches. Street rider's heaven, but it's fun just ride through this stuff.



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    Gotta love the South!!


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    Sweet pic! LOL

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    Hobgoblin Grounded by Mother Nature

    Since its been raining this is all ive got lately! Poor girl is stuck in the garage! Let's see those Airborne bikes!-img_3210.jpg

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    We have not had that problem here in Texas. It is dry as hell here. That sand is getting deep!

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    We have not had that problem here in Texas. It is dry as hell here. That sand is getting deep!
    Yep at least today the temps around DFW have been tolerable as well as tomorrow also...

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    I was able to do Northshore today in Flowermound at noon and it was only around 80-85

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADWulf View Post
    I was able to do Northshore today in Flowermound at noon and it was only around 80-85
    Gotta dig that for July

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