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    My new Scott Nitrous 30

    Here is my new bike, so what do you think!
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    bahahahahhahahaahahaha @ the dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oziris
    Here is my new bike, so what do you think!
    Nice bike. We don't see many of those (Scott USA's) in the USA. Do you have any ride time on it for a review?

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    First post and we have a winner....congrats to you and welcome to the forum
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    Sick looking bike......no comment on the dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khemical
    Sick looking bike......no comment on the dog
    For the sake of civility I will agree completely. Nice bike and no comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khemical
    Sick looking bike......no comment on the dog
    That things a dog?

    Err..

    Nice bike
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    That f*ckin dog rules!!!!!!HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    oh yeah, bike forum. yeah man nice BWAHHHHH that dog is killin me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toyota kawasaki
    bahahahahhahahaahahaha @ the dog
    lmao!!!!
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    Nice bike! A friend of mine out here (Wildman on mtbr) has a Nitrous, not sure which model but it seems like an all around great bike. He seems to love it so far and feels confident taking it on just about anything that his extreme-xc riding style takes him on.
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    Good job!

    Bike and dog look very sharp!

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    Nice Dog!
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    sweet rat. or is it a dog?

    w/e, nice bike.

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    Good job! Is that Liz Taylor?

    Quote Originally Posted by offtheedge
    That f*ckin dog rules!!!!!!HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    oh yeah, bike forum. yeah man nice BWAHHHHH that dog is killin me.
    After already going into histerical laughter I read this comment and went into a 5 minute uncontrolable belly laugh!!!

    Welcome to the forum Oziris! Awesome bike and great dog!!! I want one of those, bwahhhh's, dogs that is. What's the species?

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    Forgive any typo's in this post but I still have tears in my eyes from all the hysterical responses to that dog. The thing that killed me about it is how serious the expression on the dogs face is.... he's all like "What?". But I'm sure he's used to people staring at him in awe by now. Wow...I can't stop laughing. Awesome thread bro!! Welcome to MTBR.
    Awesome bike too....I've test ridden a couple different Scotts but haven't ridden a Nitrous yet. Give us a ride report a.s.a.p. Congrats!
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    Nice ride.
    Czech the "labeling" of the wheel & tire. Labels look painted on after tires are mounted. Can't say as I've seen that before. Your dogs name wouldn't by any chance be Andy Warhol would it? He's a dead ringer for him. Hair & build. I'd have a " 'tude " too if my hair looked like that, not to mention th' freckles 'n be'n hairless an' all.
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    looks like my last girlfriend...she was from hollywood.
    oh yeah, i'm curious about how the bike performs too. let us know when you get a chance.
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    That dog is one of the funniest thing I have ever seen posted on this board? The hair-do is great, looks a little like Carol Brady.

    P.s. I want one
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    I saw that you like Ozzy (my cc dog), here is some more photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oziris
    I saw that you like Ozzy (my cc dog), here is some more photos.
    What kind of dog is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by man w/ one hand
    Nice ride.
    Czech the "labeling" of the wheel & tire. Labels look painted on after tires are mounted. Can't say as I've seen that before. Your dogs name wouldn't by any chance be Andy Warhol would it? He's a dead ringer for him. Hair & build. I'd have a " 'tude " too if my hair looked like that, not to mention th' freckles 'n be'n hairless an' all.
    LOL...Andy Warhol...no doubt.

    I'm curious about that tire/rim decal as well. Why the hell would they do that? What if you change tires? Hmmm. Anyway, I'd love to know how the ride is. Does it climb well? How much does it weigh? Looks sweet.

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    For the bike I have only good things to say.
    It is very fast bike, not to heavy (16.5kg), you can set it up on 150mm or 170mm rear travel. Fork Manitou Stance Blunt 150mm Fluid-Flow is to soft for my weight , but it can be changed for harder. According to the manual that I got for my bike I can ride it on forks between 130-180mm without influence too much on geometry and handling of the bike. I can also use a double bridge crown (triple-clamp-desing).
    I didnt go big on drops or jumps yet, but on small and medium ones it is very smooth.
    Whan I change fork I will tell you how it is behaving on bigger ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milhouse
    What kind of dog is that?
    Chinese Crested, Hairless dog

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    you think that's funny, do a google image search for "chinese crested hairless"

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    i would recommend hacking two inches off that seatpost and getting a 50mm stem if you plan on freeriding that bike. your cockpit is too xc at the moment.

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