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    00 Ford ranger with 285k + miles on her but she keeps getting the job done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    I have spend a lot of time hunting in one of those. With brakes that squealed like a banshee.
    I am certain the brakes squealing made hunting a little more exciting.
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    Thanks hombre--it's called "The Mayor". I rode for the first time this past weekend--incredible amounts of fun. Everyone says its the geometry, the components, the big fat tires...I don't know what to attribute the fun to but it was awesome. Made by RSD (Rubber Side Down) out of Toronto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zona1 View Post
    Thanks hombre--it's called "The Mayor". I rode for the first time this past weekend--incredible amounts of fun. Everyone says its the geometry, the components, the big fat tires...I don't know what to attribute the fun to but it was awesome. Made by RSD (Rubber Side Down) out of Toronto.

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    Man that is a great looking bike and thank you for the info on it.
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    Thanks hombre--it's called "The Mayor". I rode for the first time this past weekend--incredible amounts of fun. Everyone says its the geometry, the components, the big fat tires...I don't know what to attribute the fun to but it was awesome. Made by RSD (Rubber Side Down) out of Toronto.

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    Your Frontier looks brand new! Very cool.

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    use the 4runner ALL the time. kuat sherpa rack on back often. corvette kind of collects dust unless i feel like blasting up the back roads. keep thinking about selling it
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    Nice rides.

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    You could always buy a seasucker or a trailer hitch for the vette. I put a hitch on my 2010 Camaro and I love using it to haul the bike to the trails.

    https://www.etrailer.com/hitch-1999_...t_Corvette.htm $159.00

    I went a little goofy on my 70 Camaro and put a rack on the right rear quarter.




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    use the 4runner ALL the time. kuat sherpa rack on back often. corvette kind of collects dust unless i feel like blasting up the back roads. keep thinking about selling it
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    My ride was shoehorned into this ...



    ... but now rides in this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    I am sooo sorry
    Why are you sorry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    Why are you sorry?
    Well, there's a lot going on here. It could be that you ride an S bike. It could be that you're parked outside of Star****s stealing wifi. Or, it could be that lowered Caddy that looks like a Papal hurst. It might be all three or it could be a combination of two of those thing, in no particular order. Take your pick. For me it's all three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Well, there's a lot going on here. It could be that you ride an S bike. It could be that you're parked outside of Star****s stealing wifi. Or, it could be that lowered Caddy that looks like a Papal hurst. It might be all three or it could be a combination of two of those thing, in no particular order. Take your pick. For me it's all three.
    Well first of all there is nothing wrong with a S bike, I also own other brand bikes. In the scenario I was getting coffee on a road trip to a trail out of town. The Cadillac is a CTS-V wagon which makes 800HP at the moment with all the mods and with drag radials it runs 10s in the quarter. Plus I can fit all kind of **** in it and go on a road trip. But if trail head or roads are rough I take my other vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    Well first of all there is nothing wrong with a S bike, I also own other brand bikes. In the scenario I was getting coffee on a road trip to a trail out of town. The Cadillac is a CTS-V wagon which makes 800HP at the moment with all the mods and with drag radials it runs 10s in the quarter. Plus I can fit all kind of **** in it and go on a road trip. But if trail head or roads are rough I take my other vehicle.
    Where you buy coffee is your thing, don't care what brand bike you ride as long as you like it. As for the radillac that thing is badass!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    Well first of all there is nothing wrong with a S bike, I also own other brand bikes. In the scenario I was getting coffee on a road trip to a trail out of town. The Cadillac is a CTS-V wagon which makes 800HP at the moment with all the mods and with drag radials it runs 10s in the quarter. Plus I can fit all kind of **** in it and go on a road trip. But if trail head or roads are rough I take my other vehicle.
    Be careful if you have carbon fiber wheels. That Caddy might melt them.

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    have a few choices






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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    have a few choices





    that is a great crew!! I think the truck in the first pic would be the best...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Be careful if you have carbon fiber wheels. That Caddy might melt them.
    True, no carbon wheels here but carbon frame. Exhaust doesn't point directly at any bike parts.

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    My buddy Randy built this truck. It is full of win.
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    That's very cool!

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    ^ nice truck.

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    2010 Subaru Forester. Its nice working at a Subaru dealer if it ever needs service, plus employee pricing on accessories isn't bad either.

    In all honesty though, I really do love the car. I know its not a WRX (I had two and love them too but they have their place) but to me it works. I can get all my stuff in the back, it rides comfortable, it gets decent gas mileage, and I never have to worry about weather. My wife says this is my midlife crisis car but I keep telling her its my "responsible adult car". I put the wheels and tires on it and found a take-off STI exhaust so its not totally boring though




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    Very cool ride. space is the new sexy. The wheels give it a whole new look too. Two thumbs up senor!

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    I love those newer body style 4Runners!!! Very nice sir.

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    I think i've posted before, but its been awhile and the truck has some upgrades.

    now running a BW364.5SXE charger and 250/100 injectors along with other fuel system mods and other fun stuff. a total blast to rip over berthoud pass for some laps at winter park, or we can slide the camper into the bed and turn it into a mobile vacation home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crfnick56 View Post
    I love those newer body style 4Runners!!! Very nice sir.
    Thanks, you and me both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJesusfreak View Post
    Cheers Guys! Glad you like it

    It is a custom home built canopy with an Alucab Shadow Awning on the side. The awning is hinged around the back corner and is fully self supporting with a single drop down leg for extra support over longer periods. Takes 30 seconds to unzip and open and about 70 seconds to stow (due to having to fold it back up) We have a full kitchen with fold down bench and pop out silicone sink on one side and storage for bedding and chairs on the other. A pair of Waeco fridges live on a custom slide under the false floor, along with a rapid pitch tent and soon a 70L water tank.

    For an overnight stop it takes us about 15mins from arrival to be ready completely ready to cook and sleep.



    For longer stays it takes around 40 to be fully set up...




    Set up like this we can still be ready to drive away from the tent in under 5 mins...

    We also have 200w solar on the roof and full LED lighting for the nights...




    Still to be added; Onboard water, swing away bike rack, onboard airtank, winch, another 100w of solar, fold down gas bbq and most importantly a fold out bike repair stand

    Very cool! I want one. Is it available for sale in the States?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Way2ManyBikes View Post
    You could always buy a seasucker or a trailer hitch for the vette. I put a hitch on my 2010 Camaro and I love using it to haul the bike to the trails.

    https://www.etrailer.com/hitch-1999_...t_Corvette.htm $159.00

    I went a little goofy on my 70 Camaro and put a rack on the right rear quarter.


    this is seriously awesome. i have considered that since the vette uses a steel tube frame chassis. fitting a 1-1/4" hitch would be easy and my kuat rack would slide right in. it would make the car a lot more useful and good for road trips with the bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    Why are you sorry?
    Pls tell me your CTS wagon is manual. please

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    Not even CLOSE to the HP of some of the cars in here but still, my '69 bug gets me and my bikes to where I need to go. Pictured here with my Surly Straggler (sorry) but my Dekerf MTB fits up there too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ska View Post
    Not even CLOSE to the HP of some of the cars in here but still, my '69 bug gets me and my bikes to where I need to go. Pictured here with my Surly Straggler (sorry) but my Dekerf MTB fits up there too
    No need to apologize for the Surly...and the 69 bug rocks!! My aunt had a red convertible 69 for years....
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    I have a museum of Yak racks. The Trek 69er was on top for the entry into Colorado. I broke the top rack on the way into Steamboat Springs so the receiver rack took over....
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    2003 Subaru Forester. 250k miles. Recently "totaled" by insurance. Got a check for $3,500. Bought the parts - in my garage; replaced head gaskets, timing belt, valve cover gaskets, accessory belts, plugs, thermostat, water pump, etc. Hoping for another 100k or more miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    That Wagon is so awesome. I just lowered my SQ5 but not near as extreme since my company just leases them and I have to turn back to stock when I turn it in.

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    Went to the local trails in the Vanagon


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    I was told we can't take our Camaro to the trail. Nice work on that rack!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey44 View Post
    That Wagon is so awesome. I just lowered my SQ5 but not near as extreme since my company just leases them and I have to turn back to stock when I turn it in.
    Thank you. Mine is only lowered about an inch from factory all the way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebt66 View Post
    Thank you. Mine is only lowered about an inch from factory all the way around.
    It must be the big ass wheels that make it looked dumped.

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    The Blubaru. Beloved 13 year old workhorse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeCOLORADO View Post


    The Blubaru. Beloved 13 year old workhorse.

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    Loving mine as well, currently at 153k (60k by me) and has been quite solid. Needs more power but other than that it's the perfect daily driver for weekend adventuring!



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    Nearly 250k on my old girl. I just did the head gaskets, timing belt, etc. Hoping for another 100k.
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    What do your rides ride?

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    Mine is a BMW M135xi. Small and a hatch, not ideal for Biketransport, but hey, it works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewalk View Post
    Multipurpose vehicle.
    what kind of bike rack is that? The Kuat Haymaker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sXeXBMXer View Post
    what kind of bike rack is that? The Kuat Haymaker?
    The $100 for a week kind

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    Octavias are great .. got one as company car. But why no towball? Much better for the bike, fuel etc and you wont ram your bike into a roof Ok .. pricey.

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    Didn't come with one & it's a 1.4L, so ain't going to tow nothing. A bit more convenient when camping to have the bikes locked on the rack & leave the boot free.
    Does suck the gas though, 7.9L/100km vs the usual 6.5 on last weekends trip.
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    My (dirty) corolla with a new Kuat Transfer 2 rack. Hauling my stache for a much needed fork overhaul.
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    My ride got a new ride


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    BMW F30 with Rocky Mounts Brass Knuckles

    My Cannondale Scalpel rides on my 2015 BMW F30...oh...and the Rocky Mounts Brass Knuckles Rack is awesome on Thule Podium rack .



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    not quite the normal rides ride. hopefully will make it out to Catalina Island do to some mtbing. It is a Catalina 42, its a fun sail but takes a while to get there. about 12 hours. went last year but didnt bring my bike unfortunately.

    brought the bikes here this weekend.
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    Holden (Isuzu) Rodeo with ISI 4x4x4 and now with RakAttach swingaway

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    Same truck. New Breezer Repack Team though.



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    I dont have any pics of my Remedy in the bed of this truck but this is its ride to the trail

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    03 Volvo s40 with Thule load bars and rack, also have a saris freedom 2 receiver rack for my 03 trailblazer and wife's 10 equinox

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    That is just Awesome !!!

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    Call it a mid-life crisis but I bought a P-Car and stuck a bike rack on it.
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    2016 GMC Canyon All-Terrain with the 2" leveling kit and 265/70/17 Duratracs
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    You happy with it? I'm happy with my 11 Silverado ext but it's time to downsize. I can't depreciate it anymore with my biz and it's about to turn 100k, and the fuel economy of the 5.3 sucks. Your truck with the big bed is what I'd get (V6, quad, LB). Only other truck I'm looking at is a quad cab long bed Taco.

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    No decent picture handy with the bike / rack on but this is the transporter.

    First pic as delivered and second pic with powder coated wheels and the hidden hitch added .... somewhat custom for the 2 bike carrier I went with. You can see the receiver hitch below the license plate in the last photo .. it's pretty low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...Mark... View Post
    You happy with it? I'm happy with my 11 Silverado ext but it's time to downsize. I can't depreciate it anymore with my biz and it's about to turn 100k, and the fuel economy of the 5.3 sucks. Your truck with the big bed is what I'd get (V6, quad, LB). Only other truck I'm looking at is a quad cab long bed Taco.
    I love it. The mileage with the larger tires and front lift is only about 18mpg to the tank now. Stock I had averaged 19.3mpg over 23k miles. The diesel guys average about 24-26mpg. Something to consider. Even if the Silverado got the same fuel economy and was the same price I'd still get the Canyon because I prefer the smaller size. It works well for a small family.

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    I like steel...

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    That is cool! I've spent many miles in a Ford Bronco.

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    That is just Awesome !!!
    Cheers mate! I have been living out of it while touring the country for the last 3 1/2 months... It works pretty well

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomikazi View Post
    I like steel...
    that is definitely a "classic" MTB sleigh. My uncle had an old Bronco, and literally drove it till the doors and quarter panels fell off. Probably over 200k miles of off, and back road use in the hills of Southern Ohio and WVa....good times in that thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJesusfreak View Post
    Cheers mate! I have been living out of it while touring the country for the last 3 1/2 months... It works pretty well
    That is so cool and I hope to do the same one day.
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