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    DH riders caught riding on DC last night!!

    I think the world may be coming to an end! I don't know how or why but 2 riders to be unnamed (SixSixtySix and Cesslinger) were indeed caught pedaling bikes with minimal to 0 travel around South Mountain last night. Even though they knew there would be slight inclinations on the trail they hardened the fvck up and rode anyways. I am not sure how many fat, lazy, stupid i-pod wearing hikers they managed to slaughter or the number of off trail lines and stunts were built, but I think we can all agree. Let's keep all DHer's on THEIR trails and all XC riders on THEIR trails and as for you AM riders... why don't you just stay home!

    http://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip/563999

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    I actually saw another rider on my early AM ride today - that rarely happens since it started getting darker and colder in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-e
    I think the world may be coming to an end! I don't know how or why but 2 riders to be unnamed (SixSixtySix and Cesslinger) were indeed caught pedaling bikes with minimal to 0 travel around South Mountain last night. Even though they knew there would be slight inclinations on the trail they hardened the fvck up and rode anyways. I am not sure how many fat, lazy, stupid i-pod wearing hikers they managed to slaughter or the number of off trail lines and stunts were built, but I think we can all agree. Let's keep all DHer's on THEIR trails and all XC riders on THEIR trails and as for you AM riders... why don't you just stay home!

    http://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip/563999
    I call BS. No way a bunch of fat-ass DHers are able to bike up 408 feet.
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Pedaling a rigid bike on DC? Might as well just do a road ride...

    Oh and Doo still sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I call BS. No way a bunch of fat-ass DHers are able to bike up 408 feet.
    But my waist size is only 30, I buy 32's for a little extra sag.

    Anyways, we were unable to avoid doing a little DH. So we did Javelina, in the dark. I was in the lead on a rigid 29er SS. Clipped in and no pads. Super fun, lots of laughs, could have died easily.

    Where is the pic of the Ginger promoting the gingersnap icecream?

    EDIT:

    Look at that speed on Javelina... top speed 18.34 mph
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    Quote Originally Posted by cesslinger
    Where is the pic of the Ginger promoting the gingersnap icecream?
    Here!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails DH riders caught riding on DC last night!!-posh-ice-cream.jpg  


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    Quote Originally Posted by KavuRider
    Pedaling a rigid bike on DC? Might as well just do a road ride...

    Oh and Doo still sucks.

    I was keeping it real on the 5 by 5 26er. Although I thoroughly got destroyed by captain crack and the SSers.

    Good ride, I like SoMo in the dark.

    ******Oh yeah, I want to see that ice cream pict.*****

    Edit: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-e
    Here!
    Awesome.

    Did you notice how defensive he was about me opening the freezer last night?

    Because there was gingerbread ice cream in his ginger freezer.

    HAHAHAHAHA, it was epic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I call BS. No way a bunch of fat-ass DHers are able to bike up 408 feet.

    Notice we did descend more than we climbed, thats still DH in my book

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    I was keeping it real on the 5 by 5 26er. Although I thoroughly got destroyed by captain crack and the SSers.

    Good ride, I like SoMo in the dark.

    ******Oh yeah, I want to see that ice cream pict.*****

    Edit: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    Oh dude, that pic is gold!

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    Why does he look like elephant man?
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdog
    Why does he look like elephant man?
    Its the ginger.

    Aw great, you guys got me doing it now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesslinger
    Awesome.

    Did you notice how defensive he was about me opening the freezer last night?

    Because there was gingerbread ice cream in his ginger freezer.

    HAHAHAHAHA, it was epic.
    Good thing no Ginger tears were shed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    Notice we did descend more than we climbed...
    Wait, how is that possible? Oh, and a GPS? Let me guess, you also have Heart Rate Monitors? Admit it, you guys are closet XCers!!!!!!!!
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Wait, how is that possible? Oh, and a GPS? Let me guess, you also have Heart Rate Monitors? Admit it, you guys are closet XCers!!!!!!!!
    Haha, actually testing this GPS software is my job. sorry no HR monitors

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Wait, how is that possible? Oh, and a GPS? Let me guess, you also have Heart Rate Monitors? Admit it, you guys are closet XCers!!!!!!!!
    SixtySix is a closet something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-e
    Haha, actually testing this GPS software is my job. sorry no HR monitors
    I thought all you DHers worked at fast food joints after school. Jack in the Box does GPS software testing?
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesslinger
    Awesome.

    Did you notice how defensive he was about me opening the freezer last night?

    Because there was gingerbread ice cream in his ginger freezer.

    HAHAHAHAHA, it was epic.
    I wonder if he's still coughing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KavuRider
    SixtySix is a closet something...
    [SIZE="4"]YOU GONNA POST A PIC OF YOUR NEW KARPIEL OR WHAT?[/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I call BS. No way a bunch of fat-asses are able to bike up 408 feet.
    It can be done as I do it most every ride. But anything over 800 feet and it takes 2 days to recover!
    Currently at Mayo Clinic being tested for a kidney transplant. Donors welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    [SIZE="4"]YOU GONNA POST A PIC OF YOUR NEW KARPIEL OR WHAT?[/SIZE]
    SOON!!!
    Biznatch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I thought all you DHers worked at fast food joints after school. Jack in the Box does GPS software testing?
    Yea right. Price out a DH or FR rig and be prepared for sticker shock. Add in broken parts, and insurance. Shuttle and lift fees are $$ too. Then there is beer... The costs keep going up and up.

    Only fixie emo's can work at Jack in the Box and still afford their hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesslinger
    Only fixie emo's can work at Jack in the Box and still afford their hobby.
    That's why I work there!

    Drunk people buying 99cent tacos allows me to buy my black eyeliner at Walgreens

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixsixtysix
    I wonder if he's still coughing...
    We should ask his upstairs neighbor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I thought all you DHers worked at fast food joints after school. Jack in the Box does GPS software testing?

    Yeah, bikes ain't cheap! Since I got a good job my junior high school lets me out early

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