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    Quote Originally Posted by 87xjmike View Post
    who is the blonde with a string red bikini? more more more
    That's my mom you perv! The others are Bob's Ex GFs/sisters.
    The guy yo' momma "act" like she don't know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim F. View Post
    That's my mom you perv! The others are Bob's Ex GFs/sisters.
    I only had 2 in the group photo...but did nail your "mom"
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    29er's are easier to push up chunky climbs and walk down steep sections though...

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    Just went out and measured my wheels. That's all I've got is 29ers. Sh!t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    It's because smart, well educated people ride them and those people are inherently uptight.

    Ahhh....the "rodies of the dirt".
    We call'em "off-rodies", all implicationz apply.
    "Why are you willing to take so much & leave others in need...just because you can?"

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    Why are 29er guys .....?

    Well, if I had to guess it's that they are attempting to convert everyone. Think jejova's witnesses, or Martin Luther with his reformation. Anyone with an idea they wann apropogate is going to be a bit overbearing because they are trying to force it into the current scheme of things.

    Frankly I wonder if 27.5 is the next Big Thing?

    RE: 29ers: Never had a 29er before. Recently got one to use for around town, just cruise around. Everyone told me don't take it on a trail they suck, less maneuverable, etc. Well I took it into the woods and it was ok. But of course I do not ride hard core. And I still have my 26ers.

    Now hard core would be a bmx bike on singletrack.... talk about wheel size...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelonerider View Post

    Now hard core would be a bmx bike on singletrack.... talk about wheel size...
    There you go. Hard core. BMX, 24", 26" 27.5" & 29", rigid, FS & hardtail, all riding the same singletrack every week. Absolutely NO attitude.

    Why are 29er guy's so uptight?-oct233.jpg

    OK, maybe a little attitude.

    Why are 29er guy's so uptight?-june9053-2-.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja View Post
    There you go. Hard core. BMX, 24", 26" 27.5" & 29", rigid, FS & hardtail, all riding the same singletrack every week. Absolutely NO attitude.

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    OK, maybe a little attitude.

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    I didn't think you came down here to the DH/FR, Ninja,...a respectable guy like you?!
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