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    Voted Number 1 for sexiness in the GTA

    3 year old intense 5.5 large frame
    manitou 4 way air
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    Kenda Nevegals 2.35 front, 2.1 rear
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    very nice

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    Then again the GTA has very low standards for sexiness...
    I don't post to generate business for myself or make like I'm better than sliced bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeEight
    Then again the GTA has very low standards for sexiness...
    When under pressure, your level of performance will sink to your level of preparation.


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    coming from someone that lives in Ottawa....

    bwahahahaha..... you should try something else... maybe, get a haircut or just shave... good first step in becoming sexy...

    but then on the second thought... don't bother... can't fix what mother nature gave you...


    Quote Originally Posted by DeeEight
    Then again the GTA has very low standards for sexiness...

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    Well, I guess we've profiled the type of women that you turn your head for....That is clearly a high maintance ride...

    Simple is way sexier.... Keep it Single speed... (doesn't mean I'm into non leg shaving hippie chicks either)...
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    Voter turnout = 1?

    Nice bike, any particular reason you're running such heavy rims on an XC'ish bike?

    No bashing, just curious. I would have thought some 5.1d or maybe 819s would suit the design better. The 729s are more DH rims, uber solid for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheelboy_490
    Keep it Single speed... (doesn't mean I'm into non leg shaving hippie chicks either)...
    and here I was worried that the cast removal techincian would look at my hairy leg when he removed the cast...

    soons as it came off, I went to get my legs waxed!

    oh yeah... simple is always best... that describes me and my bike...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mystk
    and here I was worried that the cast removal techincian would look at my hairy leg when he removed the cast...

    soons as it came off, I went to get my legs waxed!

    oh yeah... simple is always best... that describes me and my bike...
    Waxing certainly sounds high maintenence to me.

    You might want to rethink referring to yourself as simple. A certain image comes to mind
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    the rims...

    where chosen cuz im 220 pounds and i need the wheels to hold up to regular s. ont riding along with bi-monthly trips to northcarolinaNY and W virginia.
    that being said total weight of the wheels without skewer/axle were 2208 grams and my hugi 240s were 1800 and change.
    i guess i'll just have to get into better shape, ill know more in two weeks

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    Competition?

    11 year old Rocky Mountain Altitude T.O. Frame 18.5"
    Tange Prestige Tubing
    Pro-Components Carbon Fork
    King Dreadset
    Bontrager/DT 240 hubs, 28 spoke
    Mavic X517 Citron ano rims
    Hutchinson Pirahna Tires
    Race Face Turbine ISIS cranks, 34/42
    RF Signature ISIS BB
    Avid Tri-Align canti's w/Avid Ultimate levers
    Thomson Stem and Post
    Easton Monkeylite Carbon riser
    Chris King 18t steel cog
    Sram PC850 chain
    Pauls Melvin Tensioner
    Ringle Bottle Cage and QRs (not Twisters, don't remember what they were called)
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    Quote Originally Posted by veteran_youth
    Competition?
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    I think that is the first bike i have seen with two chainrings and only one cog,
    When under pressure, your level of performance will sink to your level of preparation.


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    umm, yeah and???

    220 pounds here and i didnt manage to break Crossmax SL around ontario and Crossmax ST at transrockies and laruta..... not even bend them to require truing...

    unless you are doing some serious downhilling, or riding the rock garden without any skill - you are way overdesigned...

    you can shave at least a pound off of your wheels and still be safe...

    but it is true, you should shave off few pounds off of your gutter - it is cheaper and easier...


    Quote Originally Posted by maynard
    where chosen cuz im 220 pounds and i need the wheels to hold up to regular s. ont riding along with bi-monthly trips to northcarolinaNY and W virginia.
    that being said total weight of the wheels without skewer/axle were 2208 grams and my hugi 240s were 1800 and change.
    i guess i'll just have to get into better shape, ill know more in two weeks

    STEVE

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    heeeey....

    the deal was not to share my loving images with others... at least this one is not in my birthday suit... dont break my heart...


    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff
    Waxing certainly sounds high maintenence to me.

    You might want to rethink referring to yourself as simple. A certain image comes to mind

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    two pairs of

    x321, rear crossmax and a set of dt rims over the last 2ish years, just wanted something i wouldnt have to worry about for a while. and they were a great deal, take away the frame and the entire build kit cost me less than 1600 cdn

    and i need that extra pound on my bike to slow me down so my buddies can keep up
    as for the gut im waiting on some dr ho's to make me a role model for todays youth, but lets face it, overkill is bringing your 9 inch travel downhill bike to blue for 2 minute DH runs....atleast my hubs are cool enough ....... pinkbike told me so
    If I wanted to objectify a women I'd do it on my terms not theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maynard
    just wanted something i wouldn't have to worry about for a while.
    Got that right, those rims are crazy strong, in fact I have a set on my 8 inch travel bike I ride at Blue [SIZE="1"]and Calabogie, Fortune, Bromont, Diablo, etc...[/SIZE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by veteran_youth
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    Very sexy, too sexy, I gotta surf some bike porn now.
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    I believe the colour scheme has put you over the top
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