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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    new Mukluk owner, it got me to some beach-accessible trials I've been eyeing for a long time. Hope you enjoy it!



    great thread! i'm very impressed by some of what you all ride. I'm a pretty decent tech rider, but won't get near some things on the mukluk that I'd do eyes-closed on my Pivot Firebird. at least until I upgrade the bb5 brakes.
    Cool vid and song choice! What bars are you running and what's the adjuster on the left had side?

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    Snow totter!
    Slowly slipping to retrogrouchyness

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    Quote Originally Posted by intheways View Post
    Cool vid and song choice! What bars are you running and what's the adjuster on the left had side?
    thank you man. stock bars, the adjuster is my dingalingy bell

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    Fat Biking circa 1994
    This is the bike and tires that planted the seed for snow biking in me. I put these huge tires on my Klein and they raised the bb an inch and they were over 30% wider than the tires I had on.
    They were too big for all of my friends bikes except for one.
    snow_jump

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoo View Post
    I put these huge tires on my Klein
    Do you still have that old Klein? Adroit or Attitude? The old Kleins, pre-Trek, have some desire amongst collectors.

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    I do, it is a 1993 Attitude. Sadly I broke the fork and have to have a reapint so I lost my Moonrise.

    Quote Originally Posted by impalapower View Post
    Do you still have that old Klein? Adroit or Attitude? The old Kleins, pre-Trek, have some desire amongst collectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoo View Post
    I do, it is a 1993 Attitude. Sadly I broke the fork and have to have a reapint so I lost my Moonrise.
    Check out JonRock, he repaints old Kleins www.Kleinspainted.com - Kleins painted resprays by jonrock

    I have a '92 Attitude in gator linear fade with matching Rock Shocks. Should have maybe gotten the ridgid fork instead, they are more desired today.

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    A little ice biking.

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    MG on the TTF at Lake Manawa from Misterlime on Vimeo.

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    "Love, love, love" these Phat bottom girls !!
    Northern Virginia.

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    HorseShoe Scramble CycloFat!!!! Catching Air in the Whoops....

    Our very own Nobby from Cycle Haven


    And Jim29er from NJ

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    That shot of Jim is an instant classic. Fun race!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    That shot of Jim is an instant classic. Fun race!
    +1

    that is an awesome shot.
    Northern Virginia.

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    Deep end.



    dropping the seat and hitting the deep end of the Two Guns, AZ pool
    Last edited by dirtybiker; 12-05-2012 at 05:26 PM. Reason: because I have no idea what I am doing :)

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    ^!!!

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    From last weekend

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    Any sweet jumps?


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlh View Post


    From last weekend
    i love this one !!

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    Riding shoreline at Hoover reservoir in Westerville Ohio, drops and little creek jumps galore.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    That shot of Jim is an instant classic. Fun race!
    i got some of me from the Scramble. great race i cant wait for the next one.
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    Nice. That's me behind you in the yellow jersey!

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    Hoover Res

    Quote Originally Posted by tjscrogins99 View Post
    Riding shoreline at Hoover reservoir in Westerville Ohio, drops and little creek jumps galore.

    Nice, I know that area a little. Not far from where my mom lives in New Albany. I'll have to check it out next time I'm out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impalapower View Post
    Do you still have that old Klein? Adroit or Attitude? The old Kleins, pre-Trek, have some desire amongst collectors.
    Speaking of collectors' bikes, I have a 1980 Ritchey Everest, all original components (except grips). I answered a postage-stamp ad in the back of Bicycling magazine from the original "Mountain Bikes" company (Gary Fisher, Tom Ritchey, Charles Kelly) trio and was one of their first customers.

    One owner, never crashed. Original Ritchey Palo Alto decals. Classic Ritchey lugless brazing that looks like it was one piece of metal. Hugh Enochs/Jevelot paint job including custom-painted frame-fit pump. Components adapted from tandems, motorcycles and other sources since there were no mass-produced mountain bike specific gruppos or other parts available anywhere.

    This bike predates the Stumpjumper, the first mass-market mountain bike. Paint is fine, overall condition is good, but it hasn't been ridden in about 15 years.

    Any idea where I might best find a buyer who is interested in a (reasonably straightforward) restoration project of a historically notable bike?

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    Fountainhead in Virginia

    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    Another pic from today at Fountainhead. The Salamander boardwalk dropoff:

    Last edited by Drevil; 12-15-2012 at 09:41 PM.
    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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