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    Quote Originally Posted by -Todd- View Post
    ^^^ Whats a "trainer"?
    I think it's someone who tapes your ankle and checks your hair.

    If you hurt in your efforts and suffer painful dings. Then you are doing it right.

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    Future bike work area. Apparently it is bad form to bleed one's brakes in the kitchen sink.






    Next major step is insulating the space.
    If you hurt in your efforts and suffer painful dings. Then you are doing it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Next major step is insulating the space.
    What for? Condition yourself to the cold!!!

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    gee theres some weirdos in this thread like Osokolo, Trail Ninja and Circlip, as if youd go into the forest with any of these three guys.........
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    gee theres some weirdos in this thread like Osokolo, Trail Ninja and Circlip, as if youd go into the forest with any of these three guys.........
    yeah, the same concern has been scrutinized many times around here, but based on extremely positive client testimonies, after these short trips into the forest, we had to come up with a waiting list for all future interested parties...

    should i put your name on the waiting list or electrical tape and medium thick lubricant still works well on pigs? (not that anyone around here will know what in the hell i am talking about - but i know you will...


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    damn squealers...

    Anyways, I got a trainer going now. It wore me out after only about 10 mins yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XLNC View Post
    damn squealers...

    Anyways, I got a trainer going now. It wore me out after only about 10 mins yesterday.
    is your trainer male or female?

    just askin'


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    Quote Originally Posted by osokolo View Post
    is your trainer male or female?

    just askin'

    I would have to think it's a female because it's currently "retaining" fluid....
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    ^^^ hahaha, you cant fool me osokolo, you canadians are as crazy as a cut snake in a bag of salt...
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Future bike work area.
    It's not a properly equipped maintenance area until you have a sawzall.

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    As the forum's moderator, I feel obligated to provide you folks with some assistance, in the form of the link below;

    Let me google that for you

    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's View Post
    gee theres some weirdos in this thread like Osokolo, Trail Ninja and Circlip, as if youd go into the forest with any of these three guys.........
    Quote Originally Posted by osokolo View Post
    yeah, the same concern has been scrutinized many times around here, but based on extremely positive client testimonies, after these short trips into the forest, we had to come up with a waiting list for all future interested parties...

    should i put your name on the waiting list or electrical tape and medium thick lubricant still works well on pigs? (not that anyone around here will know what in the hell i am talking about - but i know you will...
    Quote Originally Posted by XLNC View Post
    damn squealers...

    Anyways, I got a trainer going now. It wore me out after only about 10 mins yesterday.
    Quote Originally Posted by osokolo View Post
    is your trainer male or female?
    Quote Originally Posted by XLNC View Post
    I would have to think it's a female because it's currently "retaining" fluid....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circlip View Post
    It's not a properly equipped maintenance area until you have a sawzall.
    Priorities.. beer fridge.
    If you hurt in your efforts and suffer painful dings. Then you are doing it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Priorities.. beer fridge.
    Sawzall: check
    Compound mitre saw: check
    Beer fridge: check
    Impact gun: check
    Vintage mountainbike in need of TLC: check.


    What could possibly go wrong here?
    Strava made me do it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unglued View Post
    Sawzall: check
    Compound mitre saw: check
    Beer fridge: check
    Impact gun: check
    Vintage mountainbike in need of TLC: check.


    What could possibly go wrong here?
    I think we all know at least a couple of friends who have engaged in beer games involving roofing nailers and died under freak circumstances that no one could have reasonably anticipated.

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    then there is always the Arrowhead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unglued View Post
    Sawzall: check
    Compound mitre saw: check
    Beer fridge: check
    Impact gun: check
    Vintage mountainbike in need of TLC: check.


    What could possibly go wrong here?
    You forgot the butane torch.
    If you hurt in your efforts and suffer painful dings. Then you are doing it right.

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    my winter plan is to ride this big boy a whole lot!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails what is your riding plan for winter. any plan!-moony-1.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater View Post
    my winter plan is to ride this big boy a whole lot!
    Moon lander? Me likee...
    Strava made me do it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Circlip View Post
    It's not a properly equipped maintenance area until you have a sawzall.
    Very good point!
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    Quote Originally Posted by XLNC View Post
    Very good point!
    Notice how they missed one very important shop item. The rolley chair. Great for working on stuff.
    If you hurt in your efforts and suffer painful dings. Then you are doing it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Notice how they missed one very important shop item. The rolley chair. Great for working on stuff.
    Another excellent point! Especially the one with the little shelf thing under it for holding tools/parts!
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    sweet.. one of these days i will own one...

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    Damn! Nice bike.

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    Green trails at kelso and Hilton is my plan, I really wanna hit up joyride and see what it's all about

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater View Post
    my winter plan is to ride this big boy a whole lot!
    That's a nice looking Pug you got there. I will put one in my stable by next winter. I bought a carbon Tallboy in the summer, and I don't think I can get away with another bike purchase. I rode BDC's for about 2 minutes this summer and I could already tell it would be a lot of fun.

    Nanochef- Joyride is a blast. I stay away from the big jump lines, but the pump tracks, and skinny sections make for a great day out. It's best later in the evening when all the kiddies are gone. You can try out some of the smaller park stuff and experiment without getting in the way.

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