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    How to be a Mountain Biker

    In case you havent seen this. Happy Friday.

    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did." Mark Twain

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    Thats Rad.

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    Beer snob... so true.. Ill never understand that... Not sure what micro brews have to do with riding a bicycle...

    Thanks for that epic stoke bro...
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    Awesome...Made my day. Thanks

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    i think he's a member of the North American Mountain Bike Lover's Association.

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    Geez, can they stereotype any more?

    (Anybody know where I can donate all my plaid shirts?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Geez, can they stereotype any more?

    (Anybody know where I can donate all my plaid shirts?)
    same thing I was thinking, what am I to wear when it gets cold now that flannel is going to be all the rage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Geez, can they stereotype any more?
    No doubt. I'm off to get some Chain Breaker IPA.
    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did." Mark Twain

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    What's a hockey beg?

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    Hilarious.

    Thanks, Douger

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    Very Funny!!!, I am a rookie on MTB,but very true on somethings. Me and my kids were laughing, actually my kids were laughing at me...
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    They got one thing correct: My bike stuff smells like my sons hockey equipment, and it is not pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjkm View Post
    They got one thing correct: My bike stuff smells like my sons hockey equipment, and it is not pretty!!
    Terry,
    You can wash that stuff you know. I wash my gloves in washing machine and it came out great. Same with my camelbak. I don't do those all the time, but rinse them quite often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePAz View Post
    Terry,
    You can wash that stuff you know. I wash my gloves in washing machine and it came out great. Same with my camelbak. I don't do those all the time, but rinse them quite often.
    but if you wash them, they will no longer stand up on their own like the cute little hamburger helper mascot

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePAz View Post
    Terry,
    You can wash that stuff you know. I wash my gloves in washing machine and it came out great. Same with my camelbak. I don't do those all the time, but rinse them quite often.
    I wash the bike stuff quite often. Its just that trip home from the ride when I realize just how awful I smell sometimes!! I keep a plastic storage tote in the back of the wagon and put as much smelly gear in that for the drive home. When I open to air things or wash things out, were looking at a potential hazmat incident......

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    I started to recycle more, can't keep up with washing all the time.
    Except the socks, got to have clean socks.

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    Sorry, but no smell is and ever will be as bad as ice hockey equipment....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtbAZ44 View Post
    Beer snob... so true.. Ill never understand that... Not sure what micro brews have to do with riding a bicycle...

    Thanks for that epic stoke bro...
    Pretty sure it has something to do with SD and Portland. Too bad he's talking about they crappiest "IPA" ever in that video. Still funny as crap though.

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    Assuming you are referring to the Chain Breaker "White IPA". I ended up trying it and have mixed feelings about the IPA part. While it was a good beer it was basically a wheat beer. Not sure exactly where the IPA came in. Ive had IPA's and IPA this was not. Then again I've never really met a beer I didnt like so I got over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    Assuming you are referring to the Chain Breaker "White IPA". I ended up trying it and have mixed feelings about the IPA part. While it was a good beer it was basically a wheat beer. Not sure exactly where the IPA came in. Ive had IPA's and IPA this was not. Then again I've never really met a beer I didnt like so I got over it.
    Chain Breaker White IPA might literally be the worst beer I have ever drank...or the best water I've drank. It's terrible.
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    You really are a mountain biker. Beer snob.
    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did." Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    You really are a mountain biker. Beer snob.
    If I knew how to do one of those thumbs up smiley faces, I would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Observer View Post
    Chain Breaker White IPA might literally be the worst beer I have ever drank...or the best water I've drank. It's terrible.
    Agreed! It was included on the taster I had on a trip to Deschuttes Brewery in Portland and it was absolutely awful!

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