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    you got mad stylez bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    Another pic from today at Fountainhead. The Salamander boardwalk dropoff:
    Dayum! That's a big hit!
    I'm covered in beer.

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    hello drevil, im a fan of your photos and videos man.
    gravy was seeing you rock the three stars and the sun!
    keep us posted with your adventures

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    Nice to see these bikes getting some real trail time!

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    Wheels just off the ground, so I guess it counts. Day 4 of 4 and about 10 minutes away from the finish of the Cape to Cape in Western Australia, can you see that I am looking forward to stopping!! And yes it has a nice soft beach section where I picked up loads of places and copped a fair bit of (good natured) heckling. 2 Fatbacks and 2 pugs this year.
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    Drevil,

    what pressures do you usually run when doing all of this crazy stuff???

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjduct View Post
    Drevil,

    what pressures do you usually run when doing all of this crazy stuff???
    Hmmmm, I'm really not sure. I do have a digital pressure gauge, but I rarely have it, and use it even less. I think it's around 10-12psi, but I guess I should find out. I have never hit rim to rock, but I try to unweight if possible. Also, if I find that it's squirmy going around turns, I'll stop to pump it up a little bit.
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    Sounds good I've been having a hard time balancing between dive bombing under steer in the turns and pogo sticking on the rocky stuff.

    Thank you for the response!

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    I run 7-8psi for snow and dirt, usually. I've run it down to ~5 based on feel if it's a really technical trail. This is on the Big Fat Larry's, your 4" experience may vary.

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    HappyNewYear

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    That was Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Nice action vid! Wish I had one of those forks on the front of my 9:zero:7.
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    Those triangle skinny turns are great. Pretty sure I simply can't do things like that. Sweet compilation vid.
    No it never stops hurting, but if you keep at it you can go faster.

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    RFX big foot, that was great. I too liked the triangular turns, and the angled front wheel landing at 2:00 was impressive.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFX big foot View Post
    Never seen anything like it. Great skills! Repped

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFX big foot View Post
    Where is that? Lovin the features.

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    Last endo of 2012:

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    I vote that the Fat Picture of the Year. At least the landing looks soft.

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    Times 2!

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    Endo

    Sure wish I had a hill like that to be able to fall down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFX big foot View Post

    notFATfree from olo bolo on Vimeo.

    Oh hell yes.

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    I went snow bike camping at Trillium Lake in OR for New Year's. Imagine, this spot wasn't taken!

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    I took this shot on top of trillium lake, which was frozen. Mostly.

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