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  1. #1
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    I am all-mountain

    I am AM?

    Anyway, this is what all-mountain is. Me, on my bike. Any trail. Fireroad climbs...smooth flowy singletrack...techy climbs...downhill chunk...sessioning the rock drop...taking the lift up...blazing the black diamond descent...and the bike in one piece at the end of the day.

    I got no skills, so my bike allows me to do this. Forty-pounds of all-mountain aluminum. DT said it was a freeride bike, period. He was wrong. It was a AM bike five years before its time.

    Man, I love MTBing.


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    And that was one of the shortcomings about the RFX. It came before there were more suitable forks to throw on the front end.

    PS- I say it's a trailbike. It's got trailbike geo

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    That is a nice looking ride...

    but why is it on the concrete?

    It belongs on a couch.

    Joking aside, I like your MTB passion.

    P

  4. #4
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    Chop the steer tube.

    White a sweet bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    Chop the steer tube.
    hurts resale value (or your groin when you wipe out.. auch)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCinSC
    I am all-mountain[/IMG]
    It doesn't count if you don't capitalise it

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