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    I've got large legs and have torn many pants and boxers by squatting. Loose fit is the way to go, especially if you don't want to show off your package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in Houston View Post
    I can leave my levi's 501s unbottoned all the way and they don't slide down, between the legs and bum i developed skating and biking.
    TMI dude

    After I had been SSing for a while I noticed my pants became a little tighter around the thighs & butt and loosened a little in the waist. No badassery here, though... legs still looked like a long-distance runner's -- assuming that runner is some sort of bird

    Since my injury/surgery, though, I've had quite a bit of atrophy in the one leg -- so much so that I can touch the tips of my middle fingers if I wrap my hands around mid-thigh. And I can't do a single 10-lb extension with that leg. It's going to be a long road back to mashability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    TMI dude
    TMI AND misspelled. Sigh. my legs are similarly birdlike. Good luck with rehab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by random walk View Post
    Since my injury/surgery, though, I've had quite a bit of atrophy in the one leg -- so much so that I can touch the tips of my middle fingers if I wrap my hands around mid-thigh. And I can't do a single 10-lb extension with that leg. It's going to be a long road back to mashability.
    I just came out of PT/rehab for my injury about 2 months ago. I know what you mean but I'm living proof that if you work hard at it (but don't over do it) you'll be back to "normal" faster than you think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambassadorhawg View Post
    Hutch Sidious, either you're still growing, you've gained weight, or you're riding 30-50 miles a day on a bike with tough gearing?? Which one(s) is it?

    The only other consideration is the "cut" of the pants? Maybe "skinny" jeans style is not for you???
    Shorts, baggy short, really baggy sweat pants. As far as weight, I'm still up around 230-235. It's winter and as much fun as it is riding in 20-30degree temps I've been working out my legs a lot. The problem is that it doesn't matter if I do high reps/low weight or high weight/low reps my muscle bulks up bigger than before. I have tree trunks for legs. You've seen this pic but I tried to brighten it so you can get a better look. Don't get on me about the fupa. We're working getting rid of it as well as dropping the weight. I'm working on a Gym membership to have a warm place to run because of the knee problem. This should help the weight drop some more as well. Hopefully cut some of the size down too.

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    My legs are bigger now but it helps my riding for me. Though my body isn't built for MTBing. It's built to be a fullback.

    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    I've got large legs and have torn many pants and boxers by squatting. Loose fit is the way to go, especially if you don't want to show off your package.
    Split my favorite cargo pants that semi-fit today. No joke. Now I have a nice rip in the thigh.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in Houston View Post
    I can leave my levi's 501s unbottoned all the way and they don't slide down, between the legs and bum i developed skating and biking.
    You should try go ride in some slim cut jeans for shlts and jiggles.



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    So next thing. I'm at the LBS cause I forgot when ordered some grips. Long week and it's only Tuesday. Driving the LBS dude nuts going over road bikes I had an epiphany. Originally wanted just to get a nice road bike but there's this one MTB that kept catching my eye every time I walked in. So I noticed the price. 750$ for a Monocog Flight 29er. Hopefully, no one picks it up before I get my chance. Pic below of actual color at the store.
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    So... why go all out when I can get two nice bikes instead of spending $2200+ for just a rode bike? For me that's a lot of cash to chuck up after I just dropped coin on the Superfly. Thus this brought me to the conclusion I should get the two bikes instead of just one. That way I'll have three. The other bike is a Spec. Allez Sport Compact. It comes with what I actually need and not want for my road endeavors. Pic below of color choice.
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    All for 1672$ no tax and pretty sure that's before the club discount or with it. So what say you people. Good idea, bad idea? Hutch this is the longest post you have ever typed on here? Not sure, probably.

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    Round two because my ****ing phone is a piece of ****. **** everything.

    Cornfield, that's one sexy SS. And welcome to the SS <strike>cult</strike> club. You'll find we have sexy legs and all of the wimminz, that's right, all of them.

    Hutch, having puny man legs that barely fill out my skinny jeans, I can only speculate as to a solution for you. I'm thinking relaxed fit, elastic waisted jeans that the old birds in FL seem to embrace aught to do you right.

    Everyone else, great work! I've been wholesale neglecting this thread since I haven't done much riding lately (commuting doesn't count).
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    Hutch, you're built like a Redwood tree! Dayammm! I don't know what to tell ya. Can't imagine it's easy to find anything that fits your frame.

    I'm light framed dude with a beer belly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    Good idea, bad idea?
    Bad idea, too many bikes means some go unridden..... though i can see stress fracture's appearing on that bike you're pounding with those hydraulic jack for legs so best buy an extra couple J.I.C
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    I always thought gals liked biiiiiig thighs but wifey told me recently to stop growing 'em, murmured something about a freak of nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Bad idea, too many bikes means some go unridden..... though i can see stress fracture's appearing on that bike you're pounding with those hydraulic jack for legs so best buy an extra couple J.I.C
    Two MTBS to mix things up or case one of them goes down, hopefully not any stress fractures. Besides it is a SS as well. Heard they are badass and it's simple stupid.

    Road bike for doing road bike things. Whatever those people do. Going up long paved hills for fun I guess and max distance. Ooo, so much fun and agony.

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    Hutch, get the single speed. You know you want it. Rigid is teh secks. all the wimminz will belong to you if you ride one. Plus, there's punch and pie.just sayin' bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    You reported yourself you goof.
    I stealthed myself! Everyone playing the "^^^ say something about ... ^^^" thread knows ^^ means two posts above.

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    I don't need sex. My life fvcks me daily. Thank you for your kind words of wisdom though.

    So for you I give you a bunny with a pancake on its head; gaping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    It's built to be a fullback.
    Ya, built to break stuff. If your equipment lasts very long at all, it means you are a smooth rider.

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    You should try go ride in some slim cut jeans
    I dislike wearing long pants of any type. I get claustrophobic just looking at skinny jeans and thinking about having them on. Like, I actually feel like I can't catch my breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy View Post
    I'd say the quality of your video's is damn good in 720p, as is the chunky goodness of your terrain there in AZ... BTW, where in AZ are you riding? Looks like an early AM video shoot... is this Phoenix Mountain Park?
    Thanks, RandyBoy. The last few videos that I put up were Pass Mountain Trail, Usery Mountain Regional Park, late afternoon.

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    Hutch, I don't think it's you. It's the fact that all of the clothes are made in Bangladesh. I've never seen a Bangladeshi built like you, so who do they have model so that they can build pants? Find the country that breeds the most shot putters, bet you can buy pants from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in Houston View Post
    Ya, built to break stuff. If your equipment lasts very long at all, it means you are a smooth rider.

    I dislike wearing long pants of any type. I get claustrophobic just looking at skinny jeans and thinking about having them on. Like, I actually feel like I can't catch my breath.
    Oh, it does, sometimes, I guess I'm smooth. I've have to re-torque all my pivot bolts every other month. as well as every other nut and bolt

    I like to call people that wear those jeans Paul Revere.

    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    Hutch, I don't think it's you. It's the fact that all of the clothes are made in Bangladesh. I've never seen a Bangladeshi built like you, so who do they have model so that they can build pants? Find the country that breeds the most shot putters, bet you can buy pants from there.
    Wait, wut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    Oh, it does, sometimes, I guess I'm smooth. I've have to re-torque all my pivot bolts every other month. as well as every other nut and bolt

    I like to call people that wear those jeans Paul Revere.



    Wait, wut?
    That was a compliment. Or a poorly constructed joke. You said that you had to up 4 sizes to get your legs to fit. Every shot putter I've ever seen is built solid, like you. Now, if that means that you need to buy your pants from Yugoslavia, so be it, as long as they fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    That was a compliment. Or a poorly constructed joke. You said that you had to up 4 sizes to get your legs to fit. Every shot putter I've ever seen is built solid, like you. Now, if that means that you need to buy your pants from Yugoslavia, so be it, as long as they fit.
    No I got it except for the Bangladesh part. Fun fact, 100 meter, 200, shot and disc I did all through out HS. Insert ghey HS pic.
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    Maybe I should give MC Hammer a call. I think those style pants would work. Or those work out pants from the 80's, preferably the tiger stripped ones.
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    Only if I can start calling you MC Hutch!

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    You can't touch this. Really, you can't touch this. I'm not into that sort of thing.


    Hutch, we need to start a bruiser's club and give these guys a run for their money.

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    What would we call our group?


    See previous page for gheyness HS pic.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    No I got it except for the Bangladesh part. Fun fact, 100 meter, 200, shot and disc I did all through out HS.
    There's lots of places that goods, especially clothes, come from these days that you'd never expect. Same brands, same styles, completely different fit. Just pulled Bangladesh off the top of my head.

    Anyway, I ran 440's and high hurdles, I stopped hurdling when I witnessed a competitor fall on a cinder track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    There's lots of places that goods, especially clothes, come from these days that you'd never expect. Same brands, same styles, completely different fit. Just pulled Bangladesh off the top of my head.

    Anyway, I ran 440's and high hurdles, I stopped hurdling when I witnessed a competitor fall on a cinder track.
    Yeah, it's all overseas now for almost everything, except air...maybe.

    Cinder track? When did they phase those out? 1890's? Just playing but, I bet that was horrible on the joints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    I don't need sex. My life fvcks me daily. Thank you for your kind words of wisdom though.

    So for you I give you a bunny with a pancake on its head; gaping.
    Thank you good sir for these words of wisdom which shall remain immortalized indefinitely in my sig.
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    I don't need sex. My life fvcks me daily.

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    No problem.

    CHUM should add that bunny to his signature He's always bringing up bunnies with pancakes anyways

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    Aww, how cute. It's ****ting on itself.

    Let's dance


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    Okay back on topic in the off topic forum... Heyyall saw this on the side, thought you might be interested. Winter Bike Expo This Weekend – Dec 8 Minneapolis, MN | Mountain Bike Review

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    Just got some time to watch more of the videos on this thread, awesome stuff guys ! The firewall in work doesnt allow youtube/flicker/vimeo ect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    Okay back on topic in the off topic forum... Heyyall saw this on the side, thought you might be interested. Winter Bike Expo This Weekend &ndash; Dec 8 Minneapolis, MN | Mountain Bike Review
    Yeah, I've heard about it but I have a Boy Scout outing this weekend, so I will have to miss it. It looks like a great event.
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    For something so confidential, it sure is posted a lot.
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    It's the top secret instructions from Chiru Bikes on how to build the most laterally stiff yet vertically compliant, lightest carbon wunderframe. You just need to decode it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    What would we call our group?
    The Mile Thigh Club?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    The Mile Thigh Club?
    Call me crazy, but I'm not sure it has a ring we would want.
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    I got a pretty sweet slogan for you all. Bruised Thighs and Bike Rides. Name of group: Northern Tier Ninnies. I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monzie View Post

    Cornfield, that's one sexy SS. And welcome to the SS <strike>cult</strike> club. You'll find we have sexy legs and all of the wimminz, that's right, all of them.
    Thanks monzie! I was wondering where they all went

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    Mmmmmm nice tight sexy thighs!

    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/RgKKfKvWR-Y?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    squeeze tighter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Mmmmmm nice tight sexy thighs!

    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/RgKKfKvWR-Y?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    squeeze tighter!
    mmmm sexy hard not uncomfortable hard but sexy hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    mmmm sexy hard not uncomfortable hard but sexy hard
    Nicole should do a remake of that video, sexy hard not uncomfortable hard but sexy hard must not be forgotten with the rest of the 80s.

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    Where is "The Girl on the Giant Bike" today, anyway?
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    She has been a late night animal lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    She has been a late night animal lately.
    My juvenile inner self says, "eheheheeh".
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    Saw Freighty on another thread grumbling about not being able to hit the trails with all the rain they got up her way.

    Today was the second rain free day down here in So Cal. 48 hours is what I think is a reasonable amount of time to allow for drainage. Beside that, we only had light-consistant rain down here.

    So, with an open 2 hour window early this afternoon, I hit the dirt. First ride in over a week, yikes! It hurt, too but it was goooood pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambassadorhawg View Post
    Saw Freighty on another thread grumbling about not being able to hit the trails with all the rain they got up her way.

    Today was the second rain free day down here in So Cal. 48 hours is what I think is a reasonable amount of time to allow for drainage. Beside that, we only had light-consistant rain down here.

    So, with an open 2 hour window early this afternoon, I hit the dirt. First ride in over a week, yikes! It hurt, too but it was goooood pain.
    Starting tomorrow, sunny days for the forecast period, unless we end up with that constant fog that never burns off. That won't affect anything though, and if I climb high enough I'll be above the fog anyway.

    Back to riding daily starting tomorrow, and the trails should be plenty dry by the weekend. I have a nice steep singletrack in mind that I haven't ridden yet. Video to follow .

    I like painful rides, as long as it's the good pain like you had. You can hear it in my videos .

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    Sti? Sti?! are you excited about Browell Dracut this Sat? a nice little group of MA/NH shyttalkers!

    for those of you who know the epic thread "map of the whole forest", it was based on Lowell Dracut. we'll be riding history this weekend.
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    ...and recording it, I expect? I wanna see one of Sti's crashes on tape!

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