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    Attn fellow Brokeback Mtn club members

    Check it! finally!!

    I'm gonna build it today and hopefully ride it tomm., any takers?

    Joe- got your msg, sorry I missed the ride, I was up in Loveland picking up the frame, did you guys get wet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Check it! finally!!

    I'm gonna build it today and hopefully ride it tomm., any takers?

    Joe- got your msg, sorry I missed the ride, I was up in Loveland picking up the frame, did you guys get wet?

    Something happen with the Foes, or was it just time for a new ride?

    Good looking frame! I really like that green colour.
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    Nice!

    One of the best rainy day projects I can think of. Looking forward to seeing it in person.

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    Nice frame.
    Now that i know i am moving to CO i have been getting alot more reading about Bikes and trails. I cant wait.I have been out of teh loop since i move to Hot TX 9 years ago. I cant wait to go to a real shop again and look at all the new toys and get back in the swing of it.

    WHo makes frames there in CO? i remember about 15 years a friend in NYC had a frame that had the CO state flag on it.

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    The frame with the state flag on it might possibly have been from Yeti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rroeder
    Check it! finally!!

    I'm gonna build it today and hopefully ride it tomm., any takers?

    Joe- got your msg, sorry I missed the ride, I was up in Loveland picking up the frame, did you guys get wet?
    After I called you I got home and looked at the weather, decided not a good day to go so we drank instead, still a good day all in all but that stormed slammed the northern part of el paso with another 1/2" of rain.

    Looking to ride in the morning, can you go? if so call so we can set up a time and a place.

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    Schweet! RFX from Larry?...

    Love that color!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    Love that color!
    Yepper, got it built today and it looks real nice, will post some pics tomm.

    scrubby- the Foes started bottoming on me, I actually haven't ridden it since our Moab trip, it needed a shock rebuild and I was already thinking about something different, little more beefy maybe, so I went this route, this bike should handle anything I can throw at it. How's the finger doing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loudpawlz
    Nice!

    One of the best rainy day projects I can think of. Looking forward to seeing it in person.
    Thanks Paul, yeah we need to ride soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimc
    The frame with the state flag on it might possibly have been from Yeti.
    Or Monument Cycles in Monument, CO

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    Here's the complete bike before the rain opened up on us, great ride though and the bike climbs real well, better than my Foes I think, the loop is more of an XC ride so I didn't really test the suspension coming down but the bike railed the berms and stayed glued to the ground, didn't hurt with the perfect trail cond's too!
    Last edited by rr; 07-09-2006 at 05:00 PM.

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    WOW Looks like a sweet ride now that its all done.. enjoy that ride

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    That picture makes me think of Halloween...

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    Looks beautiful Rick!!! I can't wait to see it in person!

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    enjoy the RFX. i love my 5spot.

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