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    Good job! Lunchtime ride...

    So, doesnt everybody get to ride at lunch with their friends who dropped in just to say 'hi' from Germany?

    And the guys are on the rocks to avoid the coyote in the foreground...
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    Very Cool

    Looks like a nice place to ride-I think I will skip work tomorrow for an Epic-great first shot

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    Nice shot. Chicks dig rock rash.

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    Looks like the pick is through a round window, awesome.
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    Fork on Truth??

    That looks like a 5" fork on that Truth. If so, I was thinking doing the same--any issus?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Rider x
    So, doesnt everybody get to ride at lunch with their friends who dropped in just to say 'hi' from Germany?

    And the guys are on the rocks to avoid the coyote in the foreground...

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    Dude who rides that Truth competes in MTB Tris all the time. He has several bikes and is pretty picky with his stuff. So I think you are pretty safe.

    Anyone else have suggestions / comments???
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    Thanks for reply. I have heard mixed comments on a 5" fork on Truth on this board. Heard it voids warranty (but who cares). It seems to me to make sense--slacken head angle, more plush ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durkind
    Thanks for reply. I have heard mixed comments on a 5" fork on Truth on this board. Heard it voids warranty (but who cares). It seems to me to make sense--slacken head angle, more plush ride.
    A Fox F 120 RLC or an 06 Float XTT fork ought to make the truth interesting .

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    Just took a good look at that truth and all I can say is "HOLY FRIGGIN SEATPOST".

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    More riding at lunch

    ... is it winter yet? Dec 9th here in SoCal and we have yet to don the long sleeves...
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    Hey RRX, is that Kevin in the center on that rock?
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    You mean that tall good lookin guy that all the ladies are screaming about? I thought that was Bender...
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    Maybe not lunchtime ride, but...
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    Fun ride with a true American Hero

    Fantastic lunchtime ride at Sweetwater. Good times with good friends.

    In case you dont know who the dude is on the right, check this out:

    http://www.wtv-zone.com/Mary/THISWILLMAKEYOUPROUD.HTML

    One of the most polite guys I have ever met. AND he is rockin a new Evolve and climbing like a goat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Rider x
    Fantastic lunchtime ride at Sweetwater. Good times with good friends.

    In case you dont know who the dude is on the right, check this out:

    http://www.wtv-zone.com/Mary/THISWILLMAKEYOUPROUD.HTML

    One of the most polite guys I have ever met. AND he is rockin a new Evolve and climbing like a goat.
    What an honor it must have been to ride with an American Hero. Now THAT is what American Made and Handcrafted in the USA is all about!

    Thanks for posting this link. http://www.wtv-zone.com/Mary/THISWILLMAKEYOUPROUD.HTML I enjoyed reading it and learning about his incident. We need these outlets to see what our men and women are really accomplishing over there instead of hearing "we lost" or "defeat" from the media.

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    Wow.
    Thank you Brian Chontosh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Rider x
    Fantastic lunchtime ride at Sweetwater. Good times with good friends.

    In case you dont know who the dude is on the right, check this out:

    http://www.wtv-zone.com/Mary/THISWILLMAKEYOUPROUD.HTML

    One of the most polite guys I have ever met. AND he is rockin a new Evolve and climbing like a goat.

    Oooh-Ra!! Semper Fi! We need to hear more of these stories.

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    Thank you for your Service Brian

    God bless you Sir!

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