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  1. #26
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    Viva México ca....! Nice to have our own space... probably I'll still haunt the passion board, but it's nice to have our own forum....

    Ok... I'm 36 years, I live in Mexico City in Desierto de los Leones
    My riding style is walking the bike.... j/k, I like trails, but sometimes it is very hard to catalog a certain riding style, I think what I do in Mexico is AM and XC.
    I have a Titus Motolite (which is always yelling at me to ride faster and harder)
    One of my favorites trails is 'El Chico' in Hidalgo, and from 'San Francisco something to Valle de Bravo'. Also the Discovery we did about two weeks ago with Warp and Tiger.
    Favorite drink? beer, tequila.

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    Hey...you spelt the name of your bike wrong!

    "Tits oot for da lads" as they say where tigerdog comes from....is that right?

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    She's a saucy minx.

    Hey Aids, if you need a free chain to keep rolling for now, you can have my old one. Not ideal, but better than nothing. I just ordered a new one to pick up in Dallas. You'd need to come by tomorrow to get it (or wait til the New Year).
    Yeah...that would be excellent! Rene offered to pick it up as he works close by?...so if I can´t get that way I´ll take up his offer, will make sure it stands first.

    Cheers for that...nice riding for Christmas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUNNING_WILD
    - Your bike, of course: Rocky Mountain ETSX 30 '04 upgrade:
    Cheers!
    Hey..I thought it was a rocky hongo--

    Salosis

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    Quote Originally Posted by aids
    Hey...you spelt the name of your bike wrong!

    "T!ts oot for da lads" as they say where tigerdog comes from....is that right?
    That's more of a geordie expression.

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    Felicidades!

    Good job Warp, now we can really organize the Mexican MTBR ride!

    - Age: 33
    - Location: Mexico City, Cuajimalpa
    - Riding style: XC, AM
    - Your bike: Turner 5 Spot & Turner Flux
    - Favorite trail: Ajusco
    - Favorite drink: Mojitos and Vampiros!

    A few pics of my burras:
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    "Hell, the Titus Moderator can't pass a cantina without gettin' the shakes"

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    Ah... so what did you say?

    Good morning nice to see you on line for breakfast.
    I´m just about to have a cup of Lady Grey tea my sister sends in in my Red Cross packages.

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    That's more of a geordie expression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmadaleno
    Your bike: Turner 5 Spot & Turner Flux
    OK, that's 3 Homers, with 4 Turners, already. Not that I'm keeping score or anything.

    Sorry I missed you (again) for riding. Why not join us on the xinte ride on Jan 15th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aids
    Ah... so what did you say?
    Hey, this is a family show.

    What's Lady Grey tea?

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    Great news !!!!

    Hi everybody,

    It is very nice to have a Mexico Forum.

    This is my personal info:

    - Age: 33
    - Location (where in mexico): Salamanca, Guanajuato. Actually, I am living in Mexico City.
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any): XC
    - Your bike, of course: Cannondale Rush and Yeti AS-R SL.
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): Any with a lot of climbing.
    - Favorite drink: Tequila.

    Happy trials, have fun and merry christmas to you all.

    Fidel Vizcaino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    What's Lady Grey tea?
    Well... tea. Y'now, those little paperlike envelopes stuffed with some kind of herbs that you put into hot water to make... y'now.. tea.

    I assumed tea was popular in England but I see it's not that much...

    Lady Grey is a brand from Kiwi-landia. I don't like tea personally, but I love this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vizcaino
    Hi everybody,

    It is very nice to have a Mexico Forum.

    This is my personal info:

    - Age: 33
    - Location (where in mexico): Salamanca, Guanajuato. Actually, I am living in Mexico City.
    - Riding style, if any (XC, FR, DH, AM, etc., If any): XC
    - Your bike, of course: Cannondale Rush and Yeti AS-R SL.
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): Any with a lot of climbing.
    - Favorite drink: Tequila.

    Happy trials, have fun and merry christmas to you all.

    Fidel Vizcaino.
    Fidel... this is your pirst post and you're already into a heavy fault!!!

    How you dare to post here about your two terrific bikes and NOT POSTING PICS!!!!!!

    We need proof that you have that sweet Yeti and that Rush.

    Welcome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp2003
    Lady Grey is a brand from Kiwi-landia. I don't like tea personally, but I love this one.
    Sorry for my ignorance. For an englishman I'm not much of a tea drinker. More a coffee man.

    Is Lady Grey a brand? I know Earl Grey tea, but that's the leaves or blend or whatever.

    My sister is a tea fanatic, so I'll have to look out for that one for her.

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    This is my Cannondale Rush. I will post pictures of my Yeti soon !!!.

    Best wishes to all.

    Fidel.

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    Another one from D.F.

    Congrats to the Mexican Social Club (I prefered mafia) for getting the across the river Board without damaging any electrons... Congrats also to the moderator I beleive he will play a good roll in here!

    - Age: 35
    - Location (where in mexico): Toluca/DF (Observatorio, near Chapultepec)
    - Riding style, if any: Don't have any style left..., oh, well I supposse XC would be my thing
    - Your bike: Merida Athens Silver
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): La Placa (Cacalomacan), Nevado to Valle is nice also, but mostly the local 4x track (17km, public access).
    - Favorite drink: Herradura reposado, Victoria, Pacifico and Coffe!

    I have some pictures of the local trails and the local park, will post them as soon as I find:
    - how to post them... (the big "upload images" button doesn't do anything for my cause!)
    - time to post them
    - and how to rezise them, I'm newbie on the digital stuf...!

    Antonio Rivas

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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    Congrats to the Mexican Social Club (I prefered mafia) for getting the across the river Board without damaging any electrons... Congrats also to the moderator I beleive he will play a good roll in here!

    - Age: 35
    - Location (where in mexico): Toluca/DF (Observatorio, near Chapultepec)
    - Riding style, if any: Don't have any style left..., oh, well I supposse XC would be my thing
    - Your bike: Merida Athens Silver
    - Favorite trail (in Mexico, that's it): La Placa (Cacalomacan), Nevado to Valle is nice also, but mostly the local 4x track (17km, public access).
    - Favorite drink: Herradura reposado, Victoria, Pacifico and Coffe!

    I have some pictures of the local trails and the local park, will post them as soon as I find:
    - how to post them... (the big "upload images" button doesn't do anything for my cause!)
    - time to post them
    - and how to rezise them, I'm newbie on the digital stuf...!

    Antonio Rivas
    Thanks for the props!! I'll try to make a good job.

    You're gonna be our guide to the Nevado! We need to ride up that damn thing! Hopefully while it still has some snow on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    - Location (where in mexico): Toluca/DF (Observatorio, near Chapultepec)

    I have some pictures of the local trails and the local park, will post them as soon as I find:
    - how to post them... (the big "upload images" button doesn't do anything for my cause!)
    - time to post them
    - and how to rezise them, I'm newbie on the digital stuf...!

    Antonio Rivas
    Howdy Neighbour! I work very close to Observatorio.

    When you click Upload Images do you get the little popup window? That's where you choose the files. If that window doesn't come up, maybe you have some kind of popup blocker activated. What browser are you using?

    What software do you have for resizing? I can resize for you if you don't have anything. Just send me the full size pics - one per email.

    mattkyte@hotmail.com

    Nevado to Valle sounds awesome - how far?

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    Hi vecino! Colegio Americano is a walking distance from where I live, I think to remember that you work there (apologies if not, memory is not what it used to be...!). I think I have a blocker installed I'll try disabling it next time I try the upload thing.
    Don't have any resizing software (well I think...) I have just recently bought the camera and I'm still on the learning part, thanks for the offering I'll try something more today if not I'll take your kind offer, I'll let you know in advance!
    Nevado to Valle are abbout 60 - 70 km last weekend I did the ride with the "Bici y montana" people from Oxtotitlan (?) to Valle, we did 40 km. Great ride and a perfect day! There is some single track, some climbing and some downhill involved, also have some pictures of that ride. I hope to go back soon so I can re-do the route. I still need to do the Nevado - Oxtowhatever part (about 30 km) with the bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    Hi vecino! Colegio Americano is a walking distance from where I live
    Yep, you got me. If you can't figure out the photo stuff before the new year, you'll have to drop by the school and I'll help you out. The technology stuff is my department. If your camera is new it should have come with something. If not you can download the GIMP for free:

    http://www.gimp.org

    Or just head down the Centro and pick up the latest Photoshop. I hear there are good deals to be had.

    The more you tell me about that ride, the more it sounds like a cool weekend epic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    OK, that's 3 Homers, with 4 Turners, already. Not that I'm keeping score or anything.

    Sorry I missed you (again) for riding. Why not join us on the xinte ride on Jan 15th?
    I am all over that one! mmmm... should I take the Flux or the Spot... decisions, decisions...
    "Hell, the Titus Moderator can't pass a cantina without gettin' the shakes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmadaleno
    I am all over that one! mmmm... should I take the Flux or the Spot... decisions, decisions...
    Yeah, I don't envy being you. What a dilemma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmadaleno
    I am all over that one! mmmm... should I take the Flux or the Spot... decisions, decisions...
    Bring the Spot... If you're riding "El Desierto" on a 4" bike, Chiluca will be too bumpy fer ya!

    Hopefully my Warp will bear its next secret weapon by then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vizcaino
    This is my Cannondale Rush.
    Are those HookWorms?

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    Felicidades! MADALENO

    Hi everybody :
    I saw the Madaleno`s Bike , is the first time that I saw the Turner Five spot with the gusset under the top tube and the seat tube , and other gusset (the normal ) on the top tube , both gussets are a great reinforcement in this critical area.

    I would like to know if your bike is large, extra large or sasq. size ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    Are those HookWorms?
    Larsen's I guess....

    On Elmadaleno's bike... I guess it's an XL but don't trust me much. Tigerdog should know it from memory.
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