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    Hello from PA. Just trying to figure this forum out
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    GidDay all

    I'm on here to get info on a recently acquired bike hope this post gets my 'count' to 5, so I can post in another thread.

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    awesome post!!!

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    Great post

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    Fantastic OP.

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    thumbs up.. great post.

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    i absolutely love this!

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    Post your favorite beer in the Beer Forum - "What are you drinking right now" thread. It's an easy +1

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    awesome

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    Riding about 9 months, I still take a spill almost every ride. It is, usually my fault lol.

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    Wow great post!

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    Cool-blue Rhythm noob here

    I just received an aluminum Marin mountain bike, stx componenents, scott bars, manitou anwer magnum fork, parellax hubs ritchey headhtube componenents, specailized tires not really a mountain bike kind of guy just wondered if some one could give a ball park figure as to worth, any help would be appreciated. thank you !!!

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    Like your post

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    Cool post

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    2001 diamondback topangacomp

    hi guys I have a 2001 diamondback topanga comp. I am looking to do some major upgrades. It has shimano disc brakes ,it did come with the original vbrakes when i bought it. ,I am looking to upgrade the fork from the rox shox judy to something way more heavy duty.It also needs new rims and derailleurs all the way around. And new shifters.I am looking for rims that can handle some dirt trails and dirt jumps.I way 310lbs And I am 5'5". I was wondering If anyone knows if there is anyway this bike could be upgraded. my price range for upgrades is $1500.00 I refuse to buy I new Bike Ive had this bike for 8 years. any help would do . I want a complete all the away around upgrades,cogs,cranks,brakes,shifters,rims,tires,et c thank you for your time

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    I liked it! Put a smile on my grill.

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    like it!

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    noob approved

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    This is a great post.




    Yay, +1 post count.

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    So I guess my Huffy from KMart won't last long?

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    Lmao!

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    cool.

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    go buy the fs roadmaster the beast

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    walmart bike are way awesome

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    niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiceeeeeeeeeee

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    I actually stopped hemming and hawing about my decision on a bike from this post and went ahead and got it figuring its just a starter bike and I should stop worrying

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    I can dig it!

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    good list. i think you can change the work bike to anything else and its appropriate on many forums; specifically car and computer forums i frequent.

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    I wish there was something similar on the Jeep forum I'm also on.

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    I know a few triathletes and roadies that could benefit from this post. Well done.

    John

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    Thanks

    Great first read on this forum thanks!

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    This is absolutely AWESOME! Being a NOOB I don't even know what half of those terms are but now I know that is ok because eventually I will!!

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    awesome

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    Good post as I am a noob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geraldsdad76 View Post
    this is absolutely awesome! Being a noob i don't even know what half of those terms are but now i know that is ok because eventually i will!!
    +1

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    Excellent post. And a fine welcome to this noob and all his neurosis.

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    +1

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    True statements

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    great stuff!

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    Agreed 100%

    Right on brother! Bikes are cool no matter what configuration

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    yes sir.

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    I was 10 mins into my first bike ride since 5th grade and was already convinced the expense would've been worth it if it was twice as much

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    actually is a little bit inspirational

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    This is awesome.

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    Well worth the read...especially since I just started back after more than a decade away.

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    lol, this should be posted for the guy's on the "Hot or not thread" over @ bikeforums...

    Are we aloud to mention other sites? Oh well.

    "...that wheel size is rad and youíll probably get where youíre going."

    ^Best line!

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    Love it!

    What a great post. Everything in life should be like that...i.e...live and let live! I've been on trails with guys and their $8000 carbon frame bikes (good for them...really!) who watch the dude in jeans shorts and no helmet amble on up on his beat up HT single speed, and take on off up the trail laughing. Until an hour later, when jeans-shorts dude in his 20 year old huffy is saying "on your left" during a climb.

    There should be no shame on the trail due to ability, bike brand, riding style, clothes...or any other factor.

    Let's just ride!

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    Great post!

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    Lol

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    good stuff....good stuff

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