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    Quote Originally Posted by 307local View Post
    Pic of a fun feature in the desert of green river, wy and a short video of a playful logride in Queenstown, NZ on my way too small for me Bronson.

    (and yes, at 6'8", 225 lb, 39.5" inseam, I am currently looking into getting a bike that actually fits)

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    it's on my list. Want to check out the hightower, the tallboy, and the GG smash and trail pistol. I'm not sure I need the long travel. My drop comfort zone is realistically limited to the 2.5-3' range at my upper limit.

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    I run the tallboy with a 130mm fork and a 200mm dropper. It will handle almost anything I throw at it. Having the seat disappear lets you shift your weight around on the really steep stuff and jumps. I also run a CC inline rear shock and it transformed the rear of the bike. The front is so long on the new bikes that the ratio to the chain stay length gets out of wack. I was having to shift my weight way forward on flatter corners or the front wanted to wash out. Just swapped out the fork CSU from 51mm to 44mm offset and it made the bike more balanced and stable. Highly recommend a smaller fork offset for riders our size.
    FYI i'm just over 6'4" , 36 inseam and 185lb
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    Making shit harder than it needs to be isn't awesome, it's just...harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 307local View Post
    it's on my list. Want to check out the hightower, the tallboy, and the GG smash and trail pistol. I'm not sure I need the long travel. My drop comfort zone is realistically limited to the 2.5-3' range at my upper limit.
    I'm 6'6" 37 inch inseam.. im on a XL GG Pedalhead in 27.5 plus and its great. I even saw somone in the GG section that was 6'8" or 6'9" and GG made him an even bigger frame from their XL's
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    I'm 6'6" 37 inch inseam.. im on a XL GG Pedalhead in 27.5 plus and its great. I even saw somone in the GG section that was 6'8" or 6'9" and GG made him an even bigger frame from their XL's
    I know its always possible to meet or see someone taller, but when you're 6'6 and see someone 6'9, how does it feel?

    I'm only 6'1 and when I see someone much taller then me, my eyebrow lifts up and I say to myself "Damn, they are tall"
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAMP View Post
    I know its always possible to meet or see someone taller, but when you're 6'6 and see someone 6'9, how does it feel?

    I'm only 6'1 and when I see someone much taller then me, my eyebrow lifts up and I say to myself "Damn, they are tall"
    It doesn't happen often.
    In college I played some pick up bball games against a ncaa 7 footer.. he dunked on head every play down lol.
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    Weird!!! Lol,,,but not as much as when the 5'5" guy is like ,,,oh you mtb ,,,they make a bike that big....lol.....smh

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    6'8" 250-260ish, size 17 feet, 7'2" wingspan, XXXXL gloves. BIG! I also have a lot of big friends from my previous career as a professional volleyball player and I am slowly converting them into dirt bags.

    I myself have a big of mountain biking from some wreckless years spent downhilling, freeriding, DJing, in college but a lot of my friends have only ridden a mountain bike a handful of times. It is pretty interesting putting a bunch of very large, very athletic, and very competitive individuals on bikes together. Big guys fall hard! I have about 6 severed ligaments in my shoulder and knee to support this theory.

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    Ended up blowing up the rear end on the Banshee hitting a stair gap.
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    Had a XXL Banshee Morphine
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    After years of trail riding a grossly undersized 18" Morphine I made the jump into modern bike tech with a XXL Hightower LT. I find the seat post angle is too slack for me but other than that the bike is a capable and playful beast.
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    The slowly growing big boy biking squad!
    6'8" (me), 6'7", 6'6", 6'1", 6'4", 6'7"
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    Here is a little OTB video from a couple years ago

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    This was on our way back from spring break this year at the Mega Cavern. I'm not huge at 6'-4", 240lb but I still feel bad for the bike.



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    Hit a real ramp yesterday for the first time. I have pulled up on mound jumps on the trail before, but this was my first real ramp. I took it a step further today and went down a mild jump line, with some decent size table tops. No pics or vids of that though, next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy Carter View Post
    This was on our way back from spring break this year at the Mega Cavern. I'm not huge at 6'-4", 240lb but I still feel bad for the bike.



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    Sweet videos man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy Carter View Post
    This was on our way back from spring break this year at the Mega Cavern. I'm not huge at 6'-4", 240lb but I still feel bad for the bike.



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    Cool riding spot! Also awesome to see another Clyde on a a Clyde sized bike (fatty). Get yourself some fast rolling tires and pump them to 15psi and you will be able to hold that speed better..

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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    Hit a real ramp yesterday for the first time. I have pulled up on mound jumps on the trail before, but this was my first real ramp. I took it a step further today and went down a mild jump line, with some decent size table tops. No pics or vids of that though, next time.
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    I apologize in advance for the low camera angle.

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    Just picked up this trail ninja on Saturday. It's a big step up from my 21 year old $200 Schwinn and I'm loving it. XL Surly Karate Monkey
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    Quote Originally Posted by OfDirt4Dirt View Post
    Just picked up this trail ninja on Saturday. It's a big step up from my 21 year old $200 Schwinn and I'm loving it. XL Surly Karate Monkey
    Congrats!!!

    For the bike
    For where ever you are, that you can still ride this time of year. It's getting cold for me, and I don't have a fatbike to ride in the snow or should I say 'On' the snow.
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    240lbs 6ft down from 300lbs since January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morris759 View Post
    240lbs 6ft down from 300lbs since January.

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    Well done...What full suspension bike are you crushing there?

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    It is a 2017 diamondback catch 2. First full suspention for me. Very happy untill now.

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    This video was from 2010 but i'm 6'6" 225 ish... I was on a way too small of bike back then ( a large Reign ). Drop video, I also crashed lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMNealio View Post
    Cool riding spot! Also awesome to see another Clyde on a a Clyde sized bike (fatty). Get yourself some fast rolling tires and pump them to 15psi and you will be able to hold that speed better..
    Well I have a Specialized P3 DJ bike as well and it rolls much much better than the fat bike no matter what tires/pressure it has. On that same run on the dirt jumper I have to try not to go too fast.

    I forgot about this one...this is at the Cannonsburg ski area in Michigan.

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    Got out for a New Year's Day ride, and my son took a picture of me riding some slick rock.
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    Ok, here is one of Rik, one of our customers (he's 7'3") out and riding in Arizona. You might recognize him from his previous career at the Indiana Pacers... :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfrench View Post
    Ok, here is one of Rik, one of our customers (he's 7'3") out and riding in Arizona. You might recognize him from his previous career at the Indiana Pacers... :-)
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    Rik Smits is the man! Thanks for the pic.

    Seen pictures of him on a dirt bike too. I'm a midget compared to him. ( I'm about Reggie Miller height lol )
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    Rik Smits is the man! Thanks for the pic.
    Seen pictures of him on a dirt bike too. I'm a midget compared to him. ( I'm about Reggie Miller height lol )
    You mean this one:
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    It gives an idea of the proportions!
    :-)
    Reggie has one of our demo MTB 36er bike too but he keeps on riding his kids bike (a 29er)! ahahha
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    Mark Eaton (7'4") is on a DirtySixer too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfrench View Post
    Reggie has one of our demo MTB 36er bike too but he keeps on riding his kids bike (a 29er)! ahahha
    :-)
    Suppose a 29er for him is like a BMX for shorter people.. lol
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    I need to get some more action pictures, but here's one of me climbing.

    I'm 6'5" 215 on a XXL Specialized Stumpjumper 6Fattie

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfrench View Post
    You mean this one:
    It gives an idea of the proportions!
    :-)
    Reggie has one of our demo MTB 36er bike too but he keeps on riding his kids bike (a 29er)! ahahha
    :-)
    Not the moto pic I saw but similar ( it was many years ago, and was more of an action shot ).

    Thats pretty sweet, that you make those huge bikes!

    Shaq probably needs a 36" wheel with 7" wide fatty tires LOL. ( Edit: haha I was close.. just browsed your website )
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    Not the moto pic I saw but similar ( it was many years ago, and was more of an action shot ).
    Thats pretty sweet, that you make those huge bikes!
    Shaq probably needs a 36" wheel with 7" wide fatty tires LOL. ( Edit: haha I was close.. just browsed your website )
    Ahahah, yes Shaq was actually the first tall VIP to get a DirtySixer bike. We are preparing a second one for him... :-)
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    Here's a video of my New Year's Day trip to Uwharrie in NC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYZFYtDFTcU&t=3s
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    Proportions!

    Another 7'3" Rik Smits pic...
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    I do believe it's a 29er in front of him...
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    Testing out the new XXL Hightower LT!

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    Sending it!
    Nice!

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    I got out for my first trail rides of the season over the last few days.
    After 5 months off the bike surprisingly there's still some skill in me!

    The forest boat wasn't moored at the dock when I passed through.
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    See, there's enough technique happening here that it's not hurting my eyes to look at it!
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    I played Chicken with myself!
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    Niiiice!

    Man o Man, I remember when you created this thread and it doesn't seem like it was that long ago. Its a thread I have enjoy keeping up with or is the saying 'Following'?

    Keep them vids coming.
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    Manuals, gonna get this bridge next time out!



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    I'm so jealous of your manual skill!
    I've been practicing for years and I'm lucky if I get 10ft.
    Both wheelies and manuals seem to be out of reach for me. Although, it would probably help if I spent more than 15 minutes every three weeks to develop the skill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAMP View Post
    Niiiice!

    Man o Man, I remember when you created this thread and it doesn't seem like it was that long ago. Its a thread I have enjoy keeping up with or is the saying 'Following'?

    Keep them vids coming.
    Thanks!
    I'm stoked that you're stoked!

    I'm also stoked that more people are starting to share their stoke on this thread as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    I'm so jealous of your manual skill!
    I've been practicing for years and I'm lucky if I get 10ft.
    Both wheelies and manuals seem to be out of reach for me. Although, it would probably help if I spent more than 15 minutes every three weeks to develop the skill!
    If you can make it 10ft then you get the concept, some pointers which might help are:

    - Find the balance point: This is the main goal

    - Trust your brakes: many people can't find the balance point since they never commit and get their weight back enough, assuming your brakes work well a little squeeze will keep you from loopin' out.

    - Keep your weight low: the lower center of gravity will make the forward-backward weight transfer slower which will give you more time to correct by shifting body weight around or modulating brakes.

    - Body Position: (this works for me) arms are essentially straight (helps keep weight back) and have a mild bend in your knees. With your knees bent it allows you room to extend them (shifts weight back) or bend them (shifts weight forward). Once you are up in a manual and hovering around the balance point adjusting weight with your knees is a great way to stay on point.

    - Start straight: May seem obvious but with so many things to think about while learning the skill make sure when you yank up on the bars you do so while balanced and pointed straight, don't set yourself up for failure by starting a manual when you are not sorted.

    - Knees for R/L balance: Implemented at a more advanced level for manualing around a corner and stuff like that but important to understand. While your knees are bent moving them inward towards the top tube or outward is a subtle way to adjust your R/L balance. You can see on my bridge manual my knees working as I am just trying to hold it together (but can't).

    - Practice, Practice, Practice: PRACTICE! lol

    Hope these help!
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    Thanks for the tips!
    They're a great reminder as I use the same ones for when I'm at work coaching mtb.

    I know what physical aspects are required but my issue is the mental side of things. I am just too scared of looping out regardless of the fact that I have the rear brake covered with my finger!
    The other one is that I'm running clipless on my hardtail and that is making me even more paranoid of looping out while attached to my bike. I have tried manualing and not being clipped in but it doesn't feel like I have the same control.

    I just need to get out and practice way more than I actually do!
    As you said, practice, practice, practice. And when you're done PRACTICE some more!!

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    Here's a few screen grabs from a short vid I made from yesterday's hangover sufferfest.
    I did it to myself, I know. But having to push back up this rock line numerous times to get the shot I wanted had me question the value of beer and riding bikes! lol!

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    Here's the vid.


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    Let me clear the crickets out this place with this post!

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    Here's the vid that correspond with the pics. Enjoy!

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    Redeemed myself on the bridge manual.

    All-time commentary thanks to my long time friend who is as weird as I am.


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    Two pics from my first xc race. Clydesdale division of course!

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    Here's a few of pics and a vid from a little trip I was on recently.


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    Im 66 tall, and only weigh 170lbs, so Im not really a Clyde, just a tall dude. Those long legs make me an excellent climber though...

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