You are probably NOT "all-mountain" riding if.....
you used a lift to get to the top of the trail.
you think your 8" travel bike "climbs well".
your protective gear makes you look like a Storm Trooper.
you consider a 20 min run a "long trail".
your non-riding buddies think your bike looks like a motorcycle w/o the motor.
you think 10 ft drops are small.
you think air shocks are weak.
you think a 3" travel hardtail is "enough bike".
you drilled holes in your rims to make them lighter.
you have carbon fiber water bottle holders.
you shaved your legs for the ride.
you drink Cytomax after the ride instead of beer.
you think 2 foot drops are huge.
you think coil shocks are to heavy.
Did I miss anything?
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