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    what does your nickname mean?

    Im sure it means something. Just courious.
    I will start with mine:
    Inter, is my favorite soccer club from Italy, Internazionale Milano, or Inter Milan, or just Inter for short.
    F.C. Internazionale Milano - Sito Ufficiale
    FORZA INTER!

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    It means I let the dog sleep in my bed.

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    It's never easier - you just go faster.

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    It's my real name. I think it's silly when people call others - on a ride - by their MTBR handle. Instead of Jeff, Todd, Al, John... it's "TooFast35", "SSRidinPlus", "A45toRide", "JMasterCut29"...

    So when people meet me and they ask me what my name is I say, "Dion". Then they ask me what my MTBR handle is, and I say "Dion".

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    It means absolutely nothing, so please do not read into it below the surface.
    QUOTE from MTBR.COM: You have given Brewtality too much Reputation in the last 24 hours, try again later.

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    Take a wild assed guess

    In case you don't get it, I live in the mountains, in Arizona.

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    Tigeo. I am a geologist who works for a mining co. that produces titanium minerals.
    Geologist by trade...bicycle mechanic (former) by the grace of God!

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    The short version: I'm originally from Richmond, Virginia and am a rabid Southern History afficionado, having studied the War for Southern Independence since I was in the 4th grade. I'm also a biker, and named my first Harley "Traveller" after Gen. R.E. Lee's horse. "Traveller" then became my biker nickname, and I use it now for 99% of the forums I belong to and my gamer tag for online games. The 584 was my badge number when I was in the Air Force as a Law Enforcement Supervisor.

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    mtbzarg - mtb because that is what I like to do. zarg is part of my last name

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    I love to pedal my bike.
    I can barely get my mouth around it.

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    Anonymouse = name I've used on other forums, I guess it could mean 'anonymous mouse', no real meaning for it, I was out of screenname ideas that day

    Tech = I work in IT, I'm a tech, someone had already taken Anonymouse here so I added the Tech part

    Also my screenname is retarded. Do mods/admins take name change requests here?

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    It means what it says.

    but speed is all relative, anyway.

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    Get to dah choppah
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    I see slow people.
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    Cuz that's what I do. I suck at endurance, always have.
    Use it, use it, use it while you still have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    Take a wild assed guess

    In case you don't get it, I live in the mountains, in Arizona.
    I always read it as 'Asian mountains'.

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    I built a system of trails for the local middle school mountain bike club. For safety reasons, when I built a trail I wouldn't build an entrance or an exit until the trail was finished and ready to ride.

    The kids would go riding one day and find a brand new trail a couple of miles long that wasn't there the day before. One of the kids said: "Jeez, it must be Ninjas building these trails." The name just stuck.
    I have a device that can access the total knowledge of man. I use it to look at pictures of cats and argue with strangers.

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    Amalgamation of 2 of my 3 given names. Started using it years ago on the first forum I ever joined, and it is pretty much what I've used in all of them ever since. Makes it easier to remember what my 'name' is!
    '11 Specialized Enduro Expert for the trails
    '13 Felt Z4 for the road

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    Sweat is just fat crying.
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    Don't know what you mean.
    Mountain Biking Is Not A Crime stickers, free! (You pay postage. PM me for details.)

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    H2O Red - Most random thing that came to my head at the time.

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    Remote canyon in Oregon near a 120 acers I tried to buy.

    I made a full price offer but Oregon had such messed up laws at the time I let the deal fall thru. You had to buy the land, wait a year and then go before a board of your peers (???) to ASK for a building permit. I joke you not, what BS is that....

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    Meh. It's my name except for the 1. Apparently someone else put my name in first and won. I'm not creative enough to come up with something cool or meaningful so it works.

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    It is my real name, honest.

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    The end of mine means I don't feel the sympathy to have to spell everything out. lol.

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    Mr (mister) ( Aitch Gee) is how I see my initials as words in my own accent and dialect

    My real initials are H G

    My First name is Hamish

    People I know either call me H or Hamish

    People I don't know call me other things i'm sure, although unsurprisingly alot less in real life than on the www
    I scurry away with my hardtail between my legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja View Post
    I built a system of trails for the local middle school mountain bike club. For safety reasons, when I built a trail I wouldn't build an entrance or an exit until the trail was finished and ready to ride.

    The kids would go riding one day and find a brand new trail a couple of miles long that wasn't there the day before. One of the kids said: "Jeez, it must be Ninjas building these trails." The name just stuck.
    hahaha..funny..keep building trail mr. ninja.

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