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    Some sensational bikes, very impressive

    I think you all need some squish in your diet.









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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    Some sensational bikes, very impressive
    I think you all need some squish in your diet.
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    This thread is heating up! Nice ride there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    Some sensational bikes, very impressive

    I think you all need some squish in your diet.
    Mmmm .... squishy.

    What happened to the Roco?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclear_powered
    Mmmm .... squishy.

    What happened to the Roco?

    Back at Zoke under warranty. My second Roco to have problems

    I sorta like the RP23 on the frame though. Might leave it on for a while.

    I want a Cane Creek Double Barrel though (that can have Ti on it so I can be a Kool Kid too) Wanting does not mean I Need it though. Just depends how long I can go without calling Chad.


    I am a fan of maple syrup too. I have Canadian Maple Syrup in my fridge.

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    Ventana OZ - YOU CAN'T POST - you have an unnatural advantage. I call time out.

    If you're going to post though, I want to see close up's of those Oro Puro's, the brake lines and the bars and stem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuddleDuck
    If you're going to post though, I want to see close up's of those Oro Puro's, the brake lines and the bars and stem...
    You should charge $4.90/ min for that dirty talking

    Just arrived. Custom Oakley Gascan Sunnies with Gold Iridium lenses for this season of night riding! HoAt! Riskay i know.







    This thread should be rated Mature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword
    You should charge $4.90/ min for that dirty talking

    Just arrived. Custom Oakley Gascan Sunnies with Gold Iridium lenses for this season of night riding! HoAt! Riskay i know.

    This thread should be rated Mature.

    Mate, you just crossed the blingline with that sleek hottie.... if I get caught looking at those....

    You got good camera skills


    I took my new Lupine Wilma 6 out for a spin last night and almost got poked in the eye.

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    $10 if you get a photo of those on a sheep, $100 if they're on the pic I just sent you!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuddleDuck
    $10 if you get a photo of those on a sheep, $100 if they're on the pic I just sent you!!!!

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    Ok, you can stop now...but I would be interested in your opinion of the "Red" after you've put a few K's on it.
    [SIZE="3"]"The grass (on the other side) may be greener, but it's just as hard to mow..." - John Butler Trio, "Better than".[/SIZE]

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    Ok, I'll sell both kids, and I'll throw in the cat to fund my bling-quest...
    [SIZE="3"]"The grass (on the other side) may be greener, but it's just as hard to mow..." - John Butler Trio, "Better than".[/SIZE]

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    I like it.
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    Allmountain, the Knolly looks freakin' magnificent! And the Black Sheep...what can one say? I now officially hate you all...
    [SIZE="3"]"The grass (on the other side) may be greener, but it's just as hard to mow..." - John Butler Trio, "Better than".[/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    Mate, you just crossed the blingline with that sleek hottie.... if I get caught looking at those....

    You got good camera skills


    I took my new Lupine Wilma 6 out for a spin last night and almost got poked in the eye.
    Cheers the camera does all the work- i just point it at things

    I must admit- i've been putting of a decent set of night/ bad condition glasses for a while now. Hopefully this season i'll have eyes left

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    Quote Originally Posted by crank1979@optusnet.com.au
    I like it.
    Looks like a lot of fun

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    Picked this up today

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    Quote Originally Posted by fezi
    Picked this up today
    That is hoat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fezi
    Picked this up today
    mmmm, nice, what are you building it with??

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    Got everything bar my headset and forks. Just waiting for the forks to lob in the country.

    Frame weight is 2860 grams including salsa clamp and the rp23. (large frame)
    Goal weight will be around 26lbs

    Build runs to full xtr drivetrain including wheels.
    Thompson stem and post.
    Salsa seat clamp.
    Easton monkeylite xc carbon bars.
    Selle Slr XP "earth" saddle.
    DT swiss EXC 150 forks & CK headset
    Tyres.... depends

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    Love the look of those new 575s. Won't be getting another bike for a long time though.

    The Niner is complete except for saddle and pedals, will have something to contribute to this thread soon.

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    I like the SS bike "Ventana OZ"

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    tools?

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    Something to go with the new wheels.
    Just waiting on my Origin8 29er fork and I am back being an SS 29er zealot.
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    Cheers guys I have a new Blacksheep Dream Bike on the way for me. Pics very soon.

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    Still need pedals and saddle but had to take some pics.
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