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    I personally always fall for this one, despite knowing all the air will immediately come out of my tire. When will I learn to leave it, as whatever poked into the tire also plugs and somewhat seals it.

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    Last edited by wmac; 3 Weeks Ago at 08:27 PM.
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    Intense Spider29 / Motobecane FlyTi29

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    Story time
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmac View Post
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    Re: Bad MTB Advice Cat

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    I personally always fall for this one, despite knowing all the air will immediately come out of my tire. When will I learn to leave it, as whatever poked into the tire also plugs and somewhat seals it.
    Why not patch it? Lol

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    Depending on the bore of the puncture causational object, Slime can be a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velo99 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by zebrahum View Post
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    rofl!
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    Funny Thread

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    Looks like all my embedded images are no longer showing up. I fixed the first five, but, not willing to fix all of them. Maybe someone else wants to repost and relive the hilarity?
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    Oh, how I've missed you bad MTB advice cat.

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    I've been riding since the mid 90's and have a relationship with most of the local bike shops, so I know what they have, and often it's not what newbies need. I get asked by newbies what they should buy as most people know I am into bikes, and they often give really low budgets of around $500. The worst advice is when I see people on forums who say to buy "American", "Fox is the Best", and "Build your own bike, you will like it the most". These people obviously have totally forgotten what it is like to be new, and either have limited budget, or not see the value in bikes quite yet. There is no way you can get a Fox equipped bike for $500, unless you stole it, and no..you can't get a handmade American bike for $500, and piecing a bike together will always cost a LOT more than buying a stock built bike. When I talk to bike shop owners, I always tell them, stock the best $5 and $600 bikes you can find, and the buyers will thank you later with upgrades, and work.

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    Hate when this happens

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    This cat is priceless! I am very glad to see this thread.

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    Okay, maybe I am willing to fix all my dead links. It's great seeing everyone's funny stuff from years ago!
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    This thread is priceless!
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    Missed it too!!
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