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    My Green Mojo Action Pics!

    My mojo had some upgrades since first setup. Fork, brakes, rear derailler, hanlebar, tires, stem.........
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    and (sometimes) the weels from my oder bike

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    Nice shots ! I have a green one too. They're purdy. How do ya like that XT wheelset ? What kinda wheels are the yellow ones ?

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    Nice riding pics, I guess you are using Mavic DeeMax wheels?
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    It`s a XTR (05) welset. the yellow ones are sigle track painted by miself (i painted the frame too).

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    haha, talking bout custom I remembered riders asking my group member where he got a gold coloured out chainring. He say its Shimano special edition but its actually just a gold spray painted outer chainring (he told us)
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    Great pix! I always love seeing pix of riding....doesnt' matter if it's the Mojo or not but the best thing about MTBR IMO, is the action shots Of course....Mojo action pix are THEEE best

    Ibisians: We need MORE pix (hint, hint).

    I know i know...where are my pix then? Well, I busted my camera so until I get a replacement, no pix

    Nice riding pics, I guess you are using Mavic DeeMax wheels?
    I thought so too, but I didn't see the recognizable logos/stickers. He must have stripped them off cuz I am not aware of any other yellow rims. Those are pretty heavy though....I ride 823's and the DeeMax's are even stiffer and burlier than those!

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    I thought so too, but I didn't see the recognizable logos/stickers. He must have stripped them off cuz I am not aware of any other yellow rims. Those are pretty heavy though....I ride 823's and the DeeMax's are even stiffer and burlier than those!
    I saw a rider using DeeMax long time ago and damn it's one burly rim.
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    tribute

    a tribute to my first full suspension bike (04):
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    the brandt?

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    sweet riding pic
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    Great pix! I just got some Formula Oro's (K24) awesome brakes too. I hear THE ONE's are even better - I can't image better power and modulation than the k24's.

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    Nice pics of the rides there. Wow thats bright! Certainly not a stealth frame!

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    I've always heard about rides in forums saying the Formula brakes are the best out there. Gotta have it on my next future build bike. Too bad I havent seen any bike shop in Malaysia which sells Formula disc brakes.
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    I've seen that color scheme before....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bichu du matu
    HA! That is awesome! If you put a yellow seat on yours it would tie the wheel color in better.
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    How does the Mojo stack up against that Nomad in the earlier pics?
    Ever been to Mountain Bike Tales Digital Magazine? Now if only the print rags would catch on!

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    How does the Mojo stack up against that Nomad in the earlier pics?
    Last time, rides would say if you usually ride aggreasively, then go for the Nomad, but now since Lopes is riding the Mojo, I guess its safe to say that the Mojo is just as capable as the Nomad.
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    It`more rider less bike. i ride aggreasively then mi dear friend "Mauca" with his nomad, but the true is: the limit to ride this bike (or any bike) it`s mine not the bike, to a regular ( weekend rider) rider like me, the bike it`s the best option, best to climbing, better to downhill.More i ride mi mojo more a love "her".MªFONTE08-A.jpg
    mi mojo: 28lb. (w/ xtr welset), 30lb. (w/ that yelow welset)
    his nomad 32lb.
    This weekend me, mi mojo and other 1000 guys, great ride. Here the link:
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    wow, nice riding pics
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    Some winter/ spring ride pics


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    dirty winter


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    Wow, beautiful, love the cycle on the water picture ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by bichu du matu
    It`more rider less bike. i ride aggreasively then mi dear friend "Mauca" with his nomad, but the true is: the limit to ride this bike (or any bike) it`s mine not the bike, to a regular ( weekend rider) rider like me, the bike it`s the best option, best to climbing, better to downhill.More i ride mi mojo more a love "her".MªFONTE08-A.jpg
    mi mojo: 28lb. (w/ xtr welset), 30lb. (w/ that yelow welset)
    his nomad 32lb.
    This weekend me, mi mojo and other 1000 guys, great ride. Here the link:
    http://videos.sapo.pt/D9ru2LOz2MORalHlkHvr
    You need a camera that has a stabilizer.....that was so shaky, I got nauseous within 30 sec. of watching it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bichu du matu
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    to get a big , ride a MOJO
    What a beautiful place to ride! That "bridge in the water" is awesome and the single track looks sweet too!

    Thanks for sharing bichu!
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    get wet.

    here's a few pics of wet trail action on a recent trip near the coast. Some of the singletrack was much like along a creek, and the fireroads were decidedly mushy... but we had great fun riding despite a few bogs and deep creek crossings... especially when people fell!
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