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    All I want for Christmas is...

    The list could be endless but I'll settle for a pair of Lobster Claw gloves that wick the copious amounts of moisture that seemed to collect today and a heavy weight jersey (like the PI Winter Weight) with a vented back panel (maybe under armor like).

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    Skip trying to find mountain bike gloves that work. I've spent years.

    Pogies on the other hand DO work and allow a very light/thin glove (that wicks!) to be used beneath. Best piece of cold-weather gear I have...
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Re: All I want for Christmas is...

    I don't know. I love my lobster claws and I'm not too fond of my pogies. I let my girlfriend use them. She hates the lobster claws and loves the pogies. Too each his own.
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    My 2 front teeth.

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    the camelback i know is waiting under the tree

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    a vacation
    F*ck Cancer

    Eat your veggies

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    I buy myself what ever I want for x mas and this year it was a xbox one and a big screen

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    I'd really like a new wheel set, but a new bike would work too!

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    More peacefulness.

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    a trip or two to Colorado and Utah to ride trail!
    I don't use Strava. Don't need an application to tell me I am slow because I already know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawson Raider View Post
    a trip or two to Colorado and Utah to ride trail!
    Yep, that sounds good.

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    i'd like people to stop buying angora wool (very cruel to lovely bunnies) and wingnut enduro pack.

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    A fat bike to help me get through the winter

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    Quote Originally Posted by octavius View Post
    i'd like people to stop buying angora wool (very cruel to lovely bunnies) and wingnut enduro pack.
    More angora wool!
    "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." Galatians 6:9

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    Quote Originally Posted by NFLcheesehead1 View Post
    More angora wool!
    you should google this topic dude.

    pressure on retailers is working in the uk and us.

    peta is a good place to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octavius View Post
    i'd like people to stop buying angora wool (very cruel to lovely bunnies) and wingnut enduro pack.
    What's wrong with Wingnut Enduro packs? What are they cruel too?

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    ....A left arm that is healed enough to ride

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    Warm, dry weather so I can maximize my ride time over my vacation.

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    An extremely awesome girl friend who constantly wants to ride with me. And make me sandwiches all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWiLRiDe View Post
    An extremely awesome girl friend who constantly wants to ride with me. And make me sandwiches all the time.
    This ^^^ hahaha awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the-one1 View Post
    What's wrong with Wingnut Enduro packs? What are they cruel too?
    Haha! Got me. Wingnuts are sick! Not cruel.

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    More time to ride...

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    Satan's Arch wheelset.
    18" rigid Unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmf032 View Post
    Satan's Arch wheelset.
    Wow! Even Satan is making wheelsets now?

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    LOL. Dang auto correct.
    18" rigid Unit

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    Some of my fitness and strength to return. And wifey to stay well.

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    2 extra hours a day. So I have some time to myself and time to ride my damn bike just once a week, or even just time to ride my bike.
    Try this: HTFU

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    Some sunny weekend days, that are a few degrees above freezing (doesn't have to be many degrees, just a few will do). And some semi dry ground instead of snow melt gorp would be nice too..
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    Dry trails. We have clay soil here, so riding them wet isn't an option.

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    28" Groovy Luv Bar. Anyone have one for sale?

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    A job that I could ride my bicycle to.

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    Skills. And legs strong enough to demonstrate those skills.

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    Some warmer temps and extra day light to ride with my friends. One day closer to spring ;-)

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    The idea drilled into my head that my perfectly fine 2010 Fuel EX 8 is still running just fine, and I have no real need for that $4500 bike I keep looking at.

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    Time and energy

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    an xt build kit for the verhauen frame sitting in my garage....and time to build it up and ride it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    The idea drilled into my head that my perfectly fine 2010 Fuel EX 8 is still running just fine, and I have no real need for that $4500 bike I keep looking at.
    Totally this!!! Except I don't have a Trek, but a Salsa and a C'dale, but I keep looking at that 27.5 Intense... Not gonna happen for a while tho, got some steep med bills to cover, but if all is well it could happen in a year or so! In the mean time, I will just continue to maintain my current rides well, and enjoy the hell out of them.
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