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  1. #76
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    lucky you. can't pick your neighbours but it seems you did alright.
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Any regrets to date? Planning on similar project

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdlfcrsis View Post
    Any regrets to date? Planning on similar project
    just that it takes a lot of time to complete, but that is part of the fun. i look forward to the spring when i can start planting and working the rock garden, etc...

    i guess you have to consider it a big landscaping project that is never just finished...
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    got my ht frame that i will build up as my do it all pump tracker...

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    Looking past the neg. rep you gave me, you have excellent taste in bikes, women and gardening ideas.
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  6. #81
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    hot damn
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Pump Track Nation!

    I picked this dirt jumper frame up at Cycle Solutions for $99

    I'm looking forward to building it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Pump Track Nation!

    I picked this dirt jumper frame up at Cycle Solutions for $99

    I'm looking forward to building it up.
    yeah that was a killer deal for a size small frame...
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    Wow! Great project. Would love to have that in my backyard. When's the grand opening party?

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    all depends how wet the spring is, but sometime around may/june...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Pump Track Nation!

    I picked this dirt jumper frame up at Cycle Solutions for $99

    I'm looking forward to building it up.

    Nice find.

    Are the rocks in the background destined for the landscaping project?

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    i think i recall that norco from last year's bike show. if i didn't already have a frame, i would've picked it up.
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray.vermette View Post
    Nice find.

    Are the rocks in the background destined for the landscaping project?
    The DJ bike will work well I think

    The rocks will be part of the design
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    The DJ bike will work well I think
    The short stays make a world of difference.

    I also really enjoy riding our BMX on pump tracks. It's a completely different experience too - almost too easy to get air.
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    hey that looks familiar (the oval)...



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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Pump Track Nation!

    I picked this dirt jumper frame up at Cycle Solutions for $99

    I'm looking forward to building it up.

    I really like the contrast of the blue and orange cloud scheme
    Strava made me do it....

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    pumptrack in repose...

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    LOL!!, As soon as I seen there was a comment in this thread I knew you guys would have a photo up showing the ridiculous amount of snow!

    Time to bust out the gt snowracer and old yamaha 440 today
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    I'm surprised you could hear her complaining over the sound of the vacuum.

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    hah, booting around on a old snowmobile would be so much fun. a friend of mine races vintage snowmobiles. he buys them on the cheap, gets several, pieces one together from the parts and it is off to the races...

    Quote Originally Posted by shawnt2012 View Post
    LOL!!, As soon as I seen there was a comment in this thread I knew you guys would have a photo up showing the ridiculous amount of snow!

    Time to bust out the gt snowracer and old yamaha 440 today

    judy's bike build so far from the used parts bin... other then the fork.
    new chain guide on it's way...



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    got it home, let the build commence...

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post
    hah, booting around on a old snowmobile would be so much fun.
    I got to boot around for the first time since high school on my sister's sled on Lake Nippissing over the holidays. So. Much. Fun. My niece didn't even seem so mind when she nearly fell off after a little "pressure crack" air.
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    i9s in the spare parts bin? nice.
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    i9s in the spare parts bin? nice.

    yup, actually have two sets... one for the norco and the other one for the intense... retired wheelsets since we are going tubeless for dhing in 2013
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    let me know when it looks like this

    building a pump track...-859996_10151433402525789_13233255_o.jpg
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    wow, did you build that on your property? sweet, can i come over with a couple of friends?
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