Well for you guys who read my last thread, you know about what a pain it was to get this bike running. Well, I finally got it all done up yesterday, took it for a ride to day, and am more than pleased to say it rips. Combined with a new riding spot I've found, the level of stoke achieved today was through the roof. Words don't do it justice, so here's some pictures.
The bike, mismatching new headset and all
I found some cool hills out in the desert, and here they are
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Truthfully I didn't spend too much time taking pictures, so here's a still from a video I took with my GoPro
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I didn't have the patience or manpower to build jumps at the time, so I boosted a few natty lips, got the tiniest bit of steez
All in all it was a pretty sweet day, can't wait to get back out there with some buddies and build some jumps, sculpt a few lines, and just ride the tar outta this bike!
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