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    What a terrific day!!...

    Stellar weather, great trail, good company! Got out with Whyteboy, on his new hardtail (notice the color), for what might be one of the last SD/SSV dry rides of the year (well, with beer at the end!)

    Quite a few trees down (took a few off the trail), one crank malfunction, and just good times!
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    Gettin' chilly up there...

    Err, here!
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    Neat, where's that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    Got out with Whyteboy, on his new hardtail (notice the color)
    I ran into him the other day at Rabbit Mountain on that white bike. Stopped and talked at the back of the loop waiting for my wife to catch up, but never made the connection what his online persona was.

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    SSV with a hardtail, I'm impressed. That's tough. I think I've done that on a hardtail, that was years ago.

    I wondered Saturday if that trail was still open this year, I guessed it was. Alas, with my wife due any day now, I can disappear for that long. I did get a good ride in Saturday, weather was great.

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    What bike is the hardtail?
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    What bike is the hardtail?
    Its a Santa Cruz Chameleon with a Fox 36 up front if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub
    Its a Santa Cruz Chameleon with a Fox 36 up front if I remember correctly.
    That's what I was guessing. It's an older one then because they changed the seat stay yoke on the newer models.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm i'm no expert...

    ...but that doesn't look right.



    (thanks for clearing the trail-- i keep a bow-saw in the jeep, but don't usually pack one in the camelback).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    That's what I was guessing. It's an older one then because they changed the seat stay yoke on the newer models.
    Nickle: I think its an 07 model, I won the bike on ebay for $1225.00. It is like new the dude had just built it up and lost his job, unfortunate for him, but I got a smokin deal!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whyteboy
    Nickle: I think its an 07 model, I won the bike on ebay for $1225.00. It is like new the dude had just built it up and lost his job, unfortunate for him, but I got a smokin deal!!!
    Regardless, that looks like a dang fine stead. I have a thing for hardtails with big(ger) forks and all the burly, ride-hard goodies. From what I can tell in the pictures, $1225 is a smoking deal. My hardtail frame alone cost more than that and you could use yours once it got to your doorstep. Good buy.

    What wheels are those, BTW?
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Nice shots Dave--I like the ice! I keep thinking that one of these days we're going to start seeing a whole lot more of that, but it hasn't happened yet....and I'm not complaining!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotdirt
    ...but that doesn't look right.


    That's happened to me a few times. Finally had to put some lock tight on the bolt.
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    Azonic

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    What wheels are those, BTW?
    Azonic.

    Yeah, Matt got a screamin' deal, plus did the ride with a single ring/chainguide!!
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    I hear 'ya...

    Quote Originally Posted by kristian
    Nice shots Dave--I like the ice! I keep thinking that one of these days we're going to start seeing a whole lot more of that, but it hasn't happened yet....and I'm not complaining!
    I've been loving the mild Fall!
    I might have to drag Matt down there this winter, I've been talkin' up PP, and he might even bring his Nomad!
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    It wasn't just to train...

    Quote Originally Posted by gotdirt
    ...but that doesn't look right.



    (thanks for clearing the trail-- i keep a bow-saw in the jeep, but don't usually pack one in the camelback).
    On the right leg! I'm sure that I had that puppy torqued...guess not!

    You need one of these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    You need one of these.
    ...i need a lot of things brutha.

    [SIZE="1"](in fact still trying to win TOOL tix on 'BPI. edit: d*mn, caller "1" instead of "10")[/SIZE]
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    sweet saw dude

    That ride is hard enough without stopping to cut trees, nice! By far, all the "riders up north" carry the largest octopus skin utility belts. That's tite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotdirt
    ...i need a lot of things brutha.

    [SIZE="1"](in fact still trying to win TOOL tix on 'BPI. edit: d*mn, caller "1" instead of "10")[/SIZE]
    Tried Craigslist? I got mine the day they went on sale, but I bet there are some up on CL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    I've been loving the mild Fall!
    I might have to drag Matt down there this winter, I've been talkin' up PP, and he might even bring his Nomad!
    No way. Have him bring that burly hardtail. I'd like to swing a leg over it if that's cool. I'll let him do the same with one of my rigs.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    I've been loving the mild Fall!
    I might have to drag Matt down there this winter, I've been talkin' up PP, and he might even bring his Nomad!
    If this winter is like the fall, we'll be riding in t-shirts all winter long! I'm up for a ride almost any weekend--shoot me a PM and I'll give you guys the grand tour.

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    like Dave said, Azonic outlaw wheelset. Just a cheap set, but heavy duty though. We shall see how that white paint holds up to rocks.

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    what trail are you riding there daveM, I can't make out the lingo
    I will poop on you and your bike

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    South St. Vrain, Sour dough...

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